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Winter Bamboo Shoots Stewed Cat Meat
Ingredients: de-boned cat meat - 250 grams (about I large cat)
Winter bamboo shoot - 200 grams fresh, but canned can be used if reduce salt by 1 spoonful
dried tangerine peel - 1 teaspoon soaked overnight
grated fresh ginger - 2.5 teaspoon ,
garlic 3-6 large cloves (smashed)
dark soy sauce, cornstarch, ginger - half tablespoon each, (mix corn starch with water until a thin paste is formed)
rice wine (or xiaoxing wine) - 5 tablespoons
salt 0.5 teaspoons
MSG 2 teaspoons (optional) ,
Black pepper fresh crushed, sesame oil, 1 teaspoon each,
reconstituted chicken bouillon - 1 cube into 2 tablespoons of water
vegetable oil - 1 tablespoon
Potato starch - 2 teaspoons mixt into two tablespoons of water
In a well ventilated kitchen, place cat meat into boiling water for 5 minutes, carefully pour out and dispose of water, retaining the meat. repeat once more then set drained meat aside Cut bamboo shoots into cubes or diamond shapes and cook in boiling water for 5 minutes, then drain and set aside.
Heat oil in wok or large frying pan until a drop of water will sputter on the surface and not sink into the oil. Then add the garlic, ginger, and tangerine peel, wait a few seconds then add the cat meat, stir until all of the meat is well coated with the seasoning and the meat is well browned. Now add the ginger wine and stir well, next stir vigorously while adding chicken bouillon, salt, MGS (optional) and cornstarch and mix well. Then slowly add soya sauce until meat reaches a dark golden color of your choice then stop, reduce to low heat, and either cover wok or transfer to a pre-warmed clay stew pot on low heat, add water and stir as necessary. After cooking for 40 minutes add bamboo shoots, and mix well, then add pepper, cover and cook for another 30 minutes.. Test with fork, and if not sufficiently tender, add a touch more water and cook for another 30 minutes. Don’t expect the meat to fall apart, this is game and a bit of chewing is to be expected. Serve with rice, mashed potatoes or over slices of toasted bread.
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