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An interesting simple recipe.
Tinned salmon in brine (small), Chinese leaf, [Sauce], Gochujang, Soy sauce, Sugar, Vinegar, Sesame oil, Sesame seeds, Nori sheet
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Although you can make this in a few minutes, it will be even more delicious if you can wait for another half an hour as the umami flavour comes out from the squid jerky.
Hot water, Dashi stock granules, Miso, Chinese leaves, Celery, Spring onion, Squid Jerky
Tobuchan
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Just roll up minced pork in Chinese leaf with parma ham - a great combination of flavours.
Minced pork, Salt & pepper, Ginger, Garlic, Soy sauce, Sesame oil, Vegetable oil, Chinese leaves (large), Parma ham (prosciuto) slices, Your favourite tomato sauce
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You can add cooked rice or noodles to make this even more delicious!
Cod fillets, Chinese leaves bunch, Chinese chives bunch (nira), Spring onions, Tofu, Soup:, Onion, Garlic, Ginger, Minced pork, Chinese chilli bean sauce, Tahini or sesame paste, Miso, Soy sauce, Chicken stock, Vegetable oil, Salt & pepper
yhiranuma
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Pan fry then put in the oven for a hot and appetising dish.
Chinese leaves bunch, Shiitake mushrooms, Salmon fillet, Salt, Sesame oil or vegetable oil, Eggs, Dashi stock, Sugar, Light soy sauce
yhiranuma
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You can use anything left in the fridge to make a good and flavourful soup!
Hot water, Miso (red or mixed), Dashi stock granules, Chinese leaves, Egg, Spring onion
KMR-type-B
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A traditional Japanese miso soup transforms into an Italian style soup risotto.
Pork loin fillet, Sake, Soy sauce, Salt & pepper, Vegetable oil, Frozen Mediterranean Charcoal Grilled Vegetables, Onion, Potatoes (medium), Chinese leaves, Spring onion, Hot water, Dashi stock granules, Miso, Cooked rice, Mozzarella cheese (grated), Chilli oil
cookbuzz
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Here's a miso soup you can eat rather than drink. You get a lovely flavour of the Polish bacon.
Morliny Polish bacon, Carrot (medium), Celery, Potatoes (medium), Chinese leaves, Hot water, Dashi stock granules, Miso
Simmered in a tomato sauce, this delicious dish will fill you up but it's still refreshing.
Chinese leaves bunch, Minced beef & pork, Bacon rashers, Onion, Potato starch or cornflour, Cooked rice, Egg, Nutmeg, Salt & pepper, Bay leaf, Tinned tomatoes, Stock cube, Hot water, Wholegrain mustard, Potato starch in a bit of water
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This works well as a soup or equally as good as a sauce for pasta.
Chinese leaves, Bacon rashers, Sweetcorn, Flour, Milk, Water, Stock granules, Cheese, Parsley (optional)
This dressing makes the Chinese leaves really sweet. As a vegetable side dish, it's loved by kids through to grandparents.
Chinese leaves bunch, Tinned tuna, Vinegar, Honey, Wholegrain mustard, Salt, Pepper
himawari
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