I asked my favorite Chinese grocer Lu how he cooks fresh bamboo shoot. He said he just slices them and quickly stir -fries the pieces with garlic and and soy sauce. Easy and healthy eh?
I bought a fresh shoot from him and did a variation of my own.After peeling and thinly slicing the shoots, I added thin slivers from a boneless chicken thigh and stir fried the two ingredients with chopped garlic and onions.A drizzle of Chinese wine did some extra wonders. Sliced Chinese Century Eggs soaked in soy sauce and ginger were added to the side as an an extra bonus.Green onions served the perfect garnish to the plate.
That simple. Oh by the way, you might be thinking how century eggs are made. Well, they are soaked in horse urine.Really? Har har. No. The horsey thing is just a myth. Here is the real way to make century eggs .