Shaohsing


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Shaohsing

 

a city in East China, in Chekiang Province. Population, 170,000 (1953). Shaohsing has a landing on the canal that links Hangchou with Yüyao; it also has a railroad station on the Hangchou-Ningpo line. The city has tea-curing and rice-polishing plants; other industry includes the production of rice wine, silk fabrics, paper, and tinfoil.

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Fry the sliced chilli for a few seconds, then season with the Shaohsing rice wine or dry sherry.
5cm cubes Pinch of sea salt flakes Pinch of ground white pepper 1tbsp cornflour 1tbsp rapeseed oil Large knob of fresh root ginger, peeled and cut into large slices 2 garlic cloves, crushed but left whole 1 red chilli, sliced into rings 1tbsp Shaohsing rice wine or dry sherry 50ml low-sodium light soy sauce 50ml toasted sesame oil 1tsp caster sugar 5g Taiwanese nine-pagoda leaf basil or Thai sweet basil METHOD: 1.
Statistics show that 60% of the households in 29 cities in the mainland (including Shaohsing, Karamai, Kunshan, Chankiang, Heikow, Shaokuan, Soochow, Chuanchow, Changchou, Chiahsing, and Shen-chun) have refrigerators.
Soy sauce l Black vinegar l Shaohsing rice wine l Zhejiang ham
4 Add the Shaohsing rice wine to the stock with the curry powder, 1 tsp salt, the sugar and the remaining cornflour pre-mixed with 2 tsp water.
tails on) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 8 quarter-size slices peeled ginger 3 tablespoons minced garlic 3 tablespoons Chinese rice cooking wine, such as Shaohsing
long) 2 tablespoons Japanese noodle soup base, such as Kikkoman Memmi (see notes) 1 tablespoon Chinese rice cooking wine, such as Shaohsing 2 cups carrot matchsticks (2 in.
125ml Shaohsing (Chinese sweetened rice wine) or medium sherry