Dip - Garlic, Ginger, Cilantro and Spring Onion

Dip - Garlic, Ginger, Cilantro
and Spring Onion
Chinese New Year 2013 (Year of Snake) will be coming in another few
more weeks only.  I believe all Chinese are busily making cookies, 
snacks, cleaning up their house, buying new clothes and etc preparing
for the coming Chinese New Year.
This dip was taught by my mother in law, it is her secret recipe taught
to all her five daughter in laws.  All her sons, daughters, daughter in laws,
son in laws and lastly her grand children loves this dip.  
Either you use this dip for your Steam Chicken (Pak Cham Kai) 
or use it to stir fry with your chicken.  It is just lip smacking.  
All Chinese loves to eat Steam Chicken (Pak Cham Kai) during festive season
especially eve of Chinese New Year when all goes back home to their parents
home for celebration.

I am sharing this recipe with you all so that you and your family will
definitely enjoy this dip.

Sorry gals, I have forgotten the measurement.
But I believe with your vast experience as an expert cook, you will
know the measurement from the picture above.

Some Cilantro, Sping Onion, Ginger and Garlic.

Dice finely Ginger and Garlic.  Chop finely Cilantro and Spring Onion.

Heat up one table spoon or more of cooking oil.

Pour in the Ginger and cook for 1 minute.

Pour in the Gralic and cook for 1 minute.

Once you notice it is slightly turning to brown, pour in the
Cilantro and Spring Onion.

Stir fry for two minutes.

Season with some salt and remember to taste it.

Stir fry another two minutes or some garlic or ginger slightly brown
and it is done.  Dish up.

While I am blogging this dip, I am missing it already.
What are you waiting for, tag it and cook it for coming
Chinese New Year.

Wishing all Chinese "Gong Xi Fa Cai" (Happy Chinese New Year)
and may this year will be a better year for you and your family.


This is a perfect dip to serve with Pak Chang Gai.,thanks for your participation.
Simple Living said…
Been checking your blog for new post as I love the way how you care for your family with much love thru good food...and your kindness in sharing others your cooking knowledge, skill and style! I must have read every posted recipe by now but will be coming to them again and again for reference! Thank You!
Hi Amy! Nice dip recipe! Thanks for sharing!
Saw your dip from Sonia's website and came over to have a closer look. I really like this, will try it out. Thanks for sharing your MIL's recipe.
Doris Choo said…
Looks like a great dip to go with boiled chicken.Thanks for sharing
Sonia, Yeap! Delicious to eat with the steamed chicken. Thanks for hosting.

Annie, Thanks for visiting.

Chef and Sommelier, Do try it out. Take care.

Mich, Thanks for your good words. Do try it out. You won't regret it.

Doris, Thanks for visiting.

Hope you all have a good weekend.

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