Chopsi recipe Sri Lanka
Chop Suey is popular as a Chinese dish. However Vegetable Chop Suey (Chopsi) has become a popular dish among Sri Lankans. Most of the time, we are able to buy this in Chinese restaurants in Sri Lanka. It is a collection of different vegetables and a good recipe to empty the fridge in a weekend. Vegetable Chop Suey well goes with a fried rice, deviled chicken and chili paste.If you are in Sri Lanka,having vegetable Chop Suey is more common when you enjoy a chinese menu.However,if you want to try this at home,here is the easy way to cook Sri Lankan style Chinese vegetable chop suey without spending much time.Add more colourful vegetables to make the chop suey look appealing!

Chinese Recipes Sri Lanka

Vegetable Chop Suey

I couldn’t write a post for few days and today thought of sharing this recipe. Hope you would like it.
Chinese Recipes
Here is the recipe for Vegetable Chop Suey or Sri Lankan popular Chopsi.
Ingredients (1 serving dish)
1 Carrot
50g cabbage
2-3 beans
Few Mushrooms
1 Onion
1 bell pepper
Few cauliflower florets
Few broccoli florets
2-3 baby corn
1 tsp. ginger & garlic paste
1 cup chicken /vegetable stock
Salt & pepper as per taste
2 tbsp. corn flour
1 tbsp. Soya sauce
1 tbsp. Butter
Method
Clean & slice all vegetables into bite size pieces. Here I tried flower shapes in carrots.
In a cup, whisk soya sauce and corn flour with vegetable/chicken stock. Keep aside.
Heat a pan. Add butter. When it melts add the ginger garlic paste & onion.
Sauté it. Then add the vegetables & sauté for few seconds.
Then add soya sauce, corn flour mix.(which we kept aside)
 Allow vegetables to cook. When the mix gets a little thick, adjust salt & pepper.
Remove from the burner.
Serve hot with fried rice.
Chopsi Sri Lanka

Chinese Chop Suey

How about you? Do you like Chinese Chop Suey?

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