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Properly cut broccoli for your Chinese dishes

Learn how to cut broccoli for cooking Chinese dishes. Take a look at the Chinese Cooking packages that come with the cooking video, instructional guide, and …

12 Comments
  1. I’ve been wasting the stems by cutting them off and throwing them out and
    just cooking the head…doh! Thanks so much for the video.

  2. very cool and informative! i didn’t know that you had to cut the outside of
    the broccoli off. thanks!

  3. Thanks for your tips!

  4. Thanks for the tutorial. All I’ve ever bought was frozen broccoli
    florettes, now I can feel comfortable buying fresh, raw broccoli.

  5. Very useful! Thanks

  6. Sure. Not a problem. Some people don’t like the stems since has a different
    texture over the leave part of the vegetable. Give it a try and see if you
    get a better balance of texture with the stems.

  7. yummy i love broccoli!

  8. Very helpful. Thank you.

  9. Frozen broccoli?!

  10. Great to see you start adventuring off! Thanks for the nice comment. I
    appreciate it. Let me know if there is anything you’re interested in.

  11. I would say that it might be easier to use a carrot or potato slicer, but
    it would take more time to do this. The texture of the broccoli is thicker
    than carrot or potatoe skin thickness. It would require more skill and
    practice to use a larger knife like a Chinese cleaver. We are looking more
    for the efficiency and time you save using one knife. I would suggest use
    the potatoe slicer if you’re not comfortable handling and manipulating a
    larger knife.

  12. I love broccoli and now I am very hungry! great vid Natasha xoxo

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