Stir-Fried Vegetables with Quail Eggs & Cashew Nuts

How does food usually entice you? Is it through the aroma, taste or overall appearance? The popular idiomatic expression explain it all right, "beauty is in the eye of the beholder". But does this apply to food as well? It's true that people look at things at different angle. And when it comes to food, the differences likewise, won't matter. As we normally coin it "to each his own". The featured dish in this post talks about that. It's so rich in color and appeal that it actually exudes an element of freshness, varying textures and a myriad of taste. Beyond it's vibrant beauty, it has the perfect melding of sweet and savoury. The marriage of the caramelized - wok notes of spices with the inherent sweetness of the vegetables and nuts, brings a harmonious sensory union. What's more, the interplay of the different textures from the medium-softness of the eggs to the crispy-crunch of cashew nuts is another enjoyable tang. Add to that, since it's a vegetable dish, it's healthy too. Thus far, don't you think this is a dish that's a sure bliss to the palate?
What you need:
2 tbsp butter, 1 small chayote (cut into cubes), 1 med size carrots (cut into cubes), 1 tetra pack whole corn kernels (drained), 5 cloves garlic (chopped), 1 med size onion (julienned), 1 cup toasted or baked cashew nuts, 1 small tray (15 pcs) quail eggs (hard boiled), salt & pepper to taste, 2 tsp corn flour dissolve in 1 1/2 cups of water

How to make:
Melt butter in a wok. Saute onion and garlic until fragrant. Add in chayote and carrots, stir-fry until tender. Add in corn kernels and corn flour mixture. Cook for 2 - 3 minutes. Season with salt & pepper. Add in hard boiled quail eggs and cashew nuts. Mix well for 1 minute. Serve.


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