Traditional chinese recipes dessert

What better way to celebrate the end of summer than with a dish of succulent seafood and fresh garden vegetables.  Shrimp Ceviche is stunningly easy to prepare and it makes a great appetizer,  side dish or snack. In honor of the Chinese New Year, I’ve been at the stove creating several new gluten-free Asian recipes. Chinese Radish Cake, also known as Turnip Cake or Law Bok Gow, isn’t a traditional cake in the American sense. While the radish is cooking, heat the tablespoon of oil in a frying pan over moderately low heat. Run a knife around the edge of the radish cake and invert the pan onto a plate to remove the cake. For a healthy alternative, serve with freshly cut vegetables, such as celery sticks, cucumber rounds and tomato halves. Since the release of The Gluten-Free Asian Kitchen last fall, I backed off developing Asian recipes for a while, mostly to give my kids a break. The savory steamed cake, often served as dim sum or during the Chinese New Year, contains shredded radish and other seasonings suspended in a batter of rice flour and water.

It’s also quite delicious and unique, though, so I thought you might enjoy having the option of making it. We fry up several cubes in a little bit of bacon fat (and yes, of course you can use a neutral vegetable oil to keep it vegetarian) and serve them with a splash of gluten-free tamari and a drizzle of hot chili oil. Grate the radish on the large holes of a box grater or with the grating attachment of a food processor. In its most basic form (radish + batter), the dish is naturally gluten free, though I’d use caution when ordering it in a restaurant. Nothing about the recipe is complicated, there are just multiple time-consuming steps, such pre-cooking the radish and steaming the cake. Measure 4 cups of grated radish--do not use more--and add it to a saucepan with 1 teaspoon of the salt and 2 tablespoons of water. You will eventually cut it into pieces anyway.) Refrigerate the radish cake, covered with plastic wrap, for at least 4 hours. In a large nonstick frying pan, heat about 1 tablespoon of oil (or bacon fat!) over medium-high heat.

The cake often incorporates Chinese sausage, which nearly always contains gluten, as well as regular soy sauce.
Add half the radish cake cubes and cook, turning occasionally, until well browned, 6 to 8 minutes.
When the water starts steaming, lower the heat to medium-low and cook, covered, stirring occasionally, until the radish is translucent, about 25 minutes. Add enough of the mushroom soaking liquid to the measuring cup to equal 1 cup total liquid. Stir the liquid into the rice flour until smooth, and then add the radish and the mushroom mixture.
Put the cake pan in a steamer set over a pot of boiling water and steam, covered, over medium-high heat for 1 hour.

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