5 Reviews

This was super! Loved it! I had to use Marsala as I didn't have any saki or sherry on hand.<br/>Thanks a bunch for sharing!

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Bellablue May 12, 2013

This turns out just right. We all loved it. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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Pesto lover April 17, 2010

I LOVE gai lan, it is one of my favorite veg. I could rarely find it on the west coast (only at Asian markets) and now on the east it's impossible. But here is a source of seeds; next summer I'll grow it and many other Asian fruits and vegies as well. They are grown for flavor, not traveling ability like the stuff we get in supermarkets, and it really shows. Thank you Rinshinomori, I am having so much fun with your recipes! I'll try this one with regular broccoli and look forward to using the real thing. http://www.evergreenseeds.com/vegetableseeds.html

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firefly68 November 19, 2009

This is so easy and good to eat, but my problem lay in an inability to source gai lan! In the end, I used I used a mixture of gai lan, and partially pre-cooked broccoli, and we very much enjoyed this vegetable dish! You can be sure though, that should I come across gai lan, I will buy it and make this recipe again, so that I have done it properly!!!! Made for Unrated Asian Tag Game.

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Karen Elizabeth October 02, 2009

Excellent flavourful side dish! Normally I just steam gai lan, but this is so much better. Thanks for posting!

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AmandaInOz July 11, 2009
Gai Lan (Chinese Broccoli ) With Oyster Sauce