Shuizhuroupian, 水煮肉片

(Chinese) (Chinese-Sichuan)

meat, beef, chili pepper, oil

Chinese dish which originated from the cuisine of Sichuan province and the name literally means "water-cooked meat slices". The preparation of this dish usually involves some sort of meat (usually it is beef), chili pepper, and a large amount of vegetable oil.

The meat is prepared with water, starch, and a slight amount of salt. Boiled vegetables are placed at the bottom of the serving bowl or dish. The prepared raw meat is poached in water that is heated to ...

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Dec. 4, 2016 - by: itisclaudio

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