Stir fried Mixed Vegetables (Cap Chay)

This dish is quite popular in many Chinese restaurant in Indonesia, I think probably many Chinese restaurants. It is basically a mixed stir-fried vegetables with some meat or shrimps or whatever you want/have at home. It is so simple and easy and perfect way to use up left over vegetables.

Total time: 20 minutes

Servings: 3-4

INGREDIENTS

300 g               Broccoli, cut into medium size

2                      Carrots, sliced

100 g               Mushrooms, sliced

150 g               Chicken breast, cut into small pieces

150 g               Shrimp

3                      Garlic, minced

2 tbsp              Oyster sauce

1 tbsp              Fish sauce

2 tsp                Corn starch + 4 tsp water

1 cup               Water

2 tbsp              Vegetable oil

Salt

Pepper

DIRECTION

  • Heat up a wok/pan with vegetable oil in medium, throw in the garlic and onion, stir for a few seconds until it’s fragrant
  • Add in shrimp and chicken, stir until it’s cooked.
  • Combine with mushroom, carrots, and broccoli with water, oyster sauce, and fish sauce. Cover with a lid. Let it sit for about 5 minutes.
  • Stir the mixed vegies, add salt & pepper.
  • Bring the heat to high, once the water its boiling, add in the corn starch mix, stir the vegies quickly and turn off the heat.
  • Ready to serve.

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