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February 11th, 2010 27 Comments

Stir-Fry Pine Nuts with Corn and Peas (金玉满堂)

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Stir-Fry Pine Nuts with Corn and Sweet Peas Recipe (清炒松子玉米甜豆)

Serves 3-4

Ingredients:

5 to 6 thin slices of ginger
3 cups frozen peas, thawed
3 cups frozen corn kernels, thawed
1 cup roasted pine nuts
1-2 tbsp water (optional)
Pinch of salt and white pepper to taste

Method:

1. Heat a little oil in a pan. Add ginger and fry briskly till fragrant.
2. Add in peas and corns and fry quickly till cooked (tender).
3. Add in pine nuts, mix well. If the mixture is too dry, add the water and mix well.
4. Finally, add salt and white pepper to taste. Serve immediately.

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27 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Alta says:

    Wow, this is a colorful dish, I like how simple it is with simple ingredients. Happy Chinese New Year.

  2. David says:

    Wow this was a great series and what a great way to end it off with TigerFish!! Healthy,colorful and fun looking. Happy Chinese New Year ladies

  3. The chopsticks – so.darn. cute. Happy Tiger Year!!

  4. MaryMoh says:

    Love the simple ingredients and colour combination. I love the pine nuts added. A healthy, delicious dish….yum

  5. noobcook says:

    I love love love tigerfish’s blog, so it’s great to see her recipe featured here! This is a colourful and auspicious dish to serve on CNY indeed. And yes, something healthy yet yummy amidst all the feasting ^_^

  6. Both the colour and ingredients of this dish are awesome and healthy. Good match with the festive atmosphere of Chinese New Year and full of meanings. I love simple dishes like this one more and more.

    Thanks for the great series of CNY, Bee. I believe all your readers enjoy reading the CNY series as much as I do.

    Happy Chinese New Year to all. Happy cooking and blogging, enjoy good health !
    虎年進步,身體健康!

  7. A nice & refreshing stir-fry! Gong Xi Fa Cai to both Bee & Tigerfish! May the year of the Tiger brings you both an abundance of joy & luck!

  8. J2Kfm says:

    Simple, and fuss-free … looks kinda healthy too. To balance the greasy roast pork, chicken and various cholesterol-laden seafood for the lunar new year dinner. :)

  9. Aimei says:

    Happy New Year and Gong Xi Fa Cai!

  10. This looks like a wonderful dish to serve for Chinese New Year.

  11. Shri says:

    Wish you a very Happy and Prosperous Year ahead!
    Loved this simple dish and the way you have added Ginger: sliced in wafers; beautiful picture too!

  12. Tina says:

    I had a dish just like this when I visited a friend in Beijing and had a home cooked family dinner! I’m vegetarian, and his host mom was wonderfully obliging with this delicious dish as well as several others.

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  14. Sheila says:

    hey there!

    happy new year to you… I am a Malaysian residing in CA. I have been here for 4 years now and I too have a blog, http://smileybelly.blogspot.com/ where I post pictures (only pictures…no recipes!) of the dishes of home I cook here in CA :)

    Actually, I linked up your blog to mine quite some time back and just thought of letting you know that i enjoy your blog :)

    If there is something…one thing common about Malaysians living abroad – it has got to be the way we miss our Malaysian food :)

    Sheila.

  15. This dish look absolutely delicious – cannot wait to try it.

  16. Jade says:

    Wow this dish is easy and simple. I will cook this this week!

  17. Jurgita says:

    Perfect !!!I will cook !

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  19. dya says:

    hi there, juz wondering where to find pine nut in malaysia?

  20. Richa says:

    Hi
    Plz let me know where I can get good quality pine nuts in Malaysia kl.

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