SALTED CUCUMBER AND BEAN CURD

Ingredients:

1/2 lb. bean curd 1 oz. lard

1 tsp. chopped scallion

1 oz. ground pork

1 preserved cucumber A piece of salted ginger

1 tbsp. minced shrimp

1 tbsp. sugar Salt to taste Sesame oil to taste

To Prepare:

1. Dice bean curd and parboil. Remove from heat and drain excess water.

2. Heat a little lard in a pan over a high heat, add chopped scallion and stir. Add pork, bean curd, salted cucumber, salted ginger, shrimp, sugar, and salt. When the bean curd changes color, add lard and sesame oil. Stir-fry about 1 minutes until the aroma comes out and serve.

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