Chopsuey with Quail Eggs is a version of Chopsuey (or Chop Suey) that makes use of thin slices of pork and boiled quail eggs, along with the usual vegetables. In the Philippines, chopsuey has been very popular. It is also spelled and referred to as Chapsuy of Sapsuy by some people. This chopsuey recipe is […]
Chop Suey is a delicious dish composed of different kinds of vegetables and meat. If you are Filipino (or if your spouse is), you might have an idea on what this dish is all about. I first thought that Chop Suey is an authentic Chinese dish, but I learned that it was Chinese-American in nature. […]
Scallop Chop Suey is another variation of the popular chop suey recipe. Instead of using the traditional ingredients, I used scallops along with the usual vegetables. This dish is really amazing. Preparing Scallop chop suey is not as complicated as the regular chop suey. Since we are dealing only with seafood and vegetables, the cooking […]
Chopsuey is a dish made-up of meat (chicken or pork) and seafood (shrimp or fish) cooked with different kinds of vegetables. This dish is considered to be of Chinese origin but there are claims that Chopsuey is of American – Chinese origin that was made famous by Chinese immigrants in America.
In the Philippines, Chopsuey is a common dish and considered to be one of the top vegetable dishes. The local variation includes chicken liver, shrimp, and seasoned vegetables.
I usually thicken the sauce of my Chopsuey to bring out its Chinese influence. Do you prefer it the same way? Let me know what you think by commenting on the box below this post.
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