Chinese chive

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Paired with some hand-pulled fried noodles (with yummy Chinese chive and heaps of mushrooms) and some crisp-tender gai lan greens in oyster sauce, and you've got a fresh, stylish twist on Chinese.
After consulting with different prefectures, it found Oita the most cooperative, leading to cultivation of Chinese chives as its first project.
But 10 Chinese people had to hospital in England recently after eating daffodils they mistook Chinese chives in supermarket.
For adding flavour, Chinese chives are invaluable because they hold their leaves through the winter when ordinary chives die right down.
Sauteed bean sprouts and Chinese chives are a true comfort dish that every family in Saigon makes.
In the near future, PFALs will be used to produce Chinese chives, Chinese cabbages, and other products for use in pickled and frozen foods.
The black cod was typical of Hakkasan's sensory-disrupting culinary style with the fish's moist, succulent texture and rich flavour combining with the sharp garlicky taste of the Chinese chives.
75) which offers rice noodles in a sweet tamarind sauce with chicken and prawns, egg beansprouts, leeks, red and spring onions, chinese chives, garlic, ginger, mint and chillies, garnished with coriander cress, fried shallots, peanuts and lime.
Heaping platters of crab, shrimp, mussels, clams, succulent Chinese chives and broccoli arrive at the table carried by young girls, "boathops' who later present the tab.
While the charcoal grilled black cod with a smattering of Chinese chives had the right bite of steamed and fried, it was the tender braised Wagyu beef with szechuan pepper that bowled us over.
She also allows some of the carrots, Chinese chives, cilantro, dill, and parsnips to flower; these also attract beneficial insects.
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