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Sunday, September 25, 2011

Chinese Tapioca

Steam-cooked and Seasoned Tapioca is a common teatime or tiffin item in India.Heard it from my Friend in States that it can be done Chinese.Tried it and  found it tastier and awesome.Here is the recipe for U to try at home.U can start it with an Indian seasoning and do it chinese also (for those who don't want to miss the seasoning touch or flavor).Try this recipe at home and this needs little more than 15 mins cooking time.Enjoy ur Cooking at home!.Bon Appetit!.

Chinese Tapioca

    250 gms tapioca  - Steam-cooked upto 10-12 mins and cut into bite sized pieces
    1 small sized onion -sliced fine
    1 tsp tomato garlic sauce or tomato sauce
    1 tsp chilli sauce
    1/4 tsp Soy Sauce
    1 garlic clove - chopped finely
    1/4 cm size grated ginger piece
    1/2 tsp dried herbs
    1 tsp chilli flakes
    1/2 tsp salt
    1 tsp powdered sugar
    1 tbsp refined oil
    1 green or dry chilli
    few chopped pieces
    few coriander leaves
    50 ml water

    1.Heat oil in a non-stick pan,saute the chopped garlic and (this add a fine flavor to the dish), chopped onions and then add tomato Garlic sauce and saute for 2 mins.
    3.Add Capsicum pieces,chilli sauce and Soy sauce.Stir-cook for a min.
    4.Add 50 ml water,3/4th cooked tapioca pieces and needed salt and cook for 3-4 mins till it becomes semi-dry or till done.
    5.Add the crushed jaggery or sugar and stir it for 30 secs.Turn off the flame.
    6.Garnish with chopped coriander and sprinkle dried herbs and chilli flakes and mix it well.
    7.Serve it hot with Bread or Indian Breads or Curd Rice or Plain rice.

U can add 1/2 tsp corn flour dissolved lukewarm water in Step 4 to improve the thickness and quantity of the Gravy.

Submitting this recipe to Anyone can Cook Series35 hosted by Taste of Pearlcity

and 'Flavors of China'Event hosted by Kalyani's Sizzling Tastebuds


Saru Singhal said...

Thanks, will try it sometime...:)

cookingvarieties said...

hi and how are you... i like chinese tapioca but have never tasted this type of recipe before. would love to try this new spicy way..

Sarah said...

The humble tapioca in chinese style! wow!!! should try it out!

Umm Mymoonah said...

Yumm! Delicious stir fry, thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)