Traditional Chinese Steamed Pork (Authentic Chinese Recipe)


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  1. Great idea to use moi toi or muy choi with chicken. I'll ask my mom to post a video using chicken. Thanks for viewing my video on Chinese Village Steamed Pork.

  2. Oooh! My grandma used to make something like this. 🙂 I don't eat a lot of pork, so I'd probably use chicken thigh meat instead. So delicious! I have a lot of the "moi toi" (I think the Cantonese version is muy choi) so this would be a great way to use it up!

  3. Thanks for telling me that the moi toi is preserved mustard greens. I'll add it to the description for this dish. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Thanks for checking out my video on Chinese Village Steamed Pork.

  4. Wow I must have overlooked this vid! Don't you know most Chinese grandma's have asbestos fingers! Hahahha. Moi Toi is one of my favorite dishes growing up…Steamed just the way your mom did in the vid…minus the chicken base! Moi Toi (choy) is actually preserved mustard greens 🙂

  5. I also noticed my mom pulling out the bowl. I never noticed how she did it before I began shooting the videos. Thanks for your compliments and for viewing this video.

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