Di Huang Miao (帝皇苗) Stir-fry


    Di Huang Miao is a very delicious type of vegetable. Firm to the bite and very smooth-tasting. Does anyone know what it is called in English?


    North Region, Singapore
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    • 2 cloves garlic, chopped
    • 1 chili, sliced
    • 1 tsp taucheo (豆酱)
    • 320g di huang miao (帝皇苗)
    • A pinch of salt
    • 75ml water


    1. In a hot oiled pan, stir-fry the garlic under medium heat until it starts to brown.
    2. Add the chili and taucheo and stir-fry until fragrant.
    3. Add the di huang miao, salt and water. Stir-fry to mix with the chili and taucheo. Cover the pan with a lid for 1 minute. Mix well again after opening the lid. Serve.

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    I will try and cook what U did.Maybe use sambal instead of taucheo >I read somewhere this veg known as In Hokkien dialect, this vegetable is called 'Hong Thay Cai' meaning Emperor's Vege. I checked and found its English name is Basella Alba.Hope it is correct  -  07 Oct 2014