Like most kids, I avoided vegetables when I was a child, but there was one dish that was an exception. Maybe the quail eggs or the cashews were responsible, tricking my senses. Or maybe it was the oyster sauce, which gave the dish an exquisite Asian touch. What's important was that I ate the vegetables without a single complaint. Fast-forward to now, and the dish remains a big favorite of mine.
You will love the crispness of the vegetables and how the other ingredients blend with them. Oyster sauce is commonly used in Chinese dishes, and it always adds a rich flavor.
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