3 oz. celery
6 oz. Bean curd.
1 cup vegetable oil.
1 oz. Shredded pork.
6 pieces fungus, soaked in water.
1 cup broth.
Salt to taste To Prepare:
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Press celery with the back of a knife then cut into 3 cm. Sections.
2- Shred the bean curd. Fry in hot oil until it turns yellow.
3. Heat 2 tbsp. Oil over a high flame. Add pork and saute. Add the fungus and celery. Then add broth, salt, and simmer until the bean curd is tender.
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