How to prepare wonderful Chopsuey with Quail Egg and other meats.
Originally Chopsuey was a Chinese recipe that has been adopted to other asian countries including the Philippines. Each country has added its own flair to the recipe to cater to its own individual taste. It is usually composed of chicken, pork, shrimp and vegetables such as cabbage, celery, bean sprouts, carrots and you may also include some other vegetables according to your liking. The key to having really good Chopsuey is making sure your vegetables are fresh. Make sure that the vegetables are not cooked for too long or they will become soft.
Other meats can be added to your Chopsuey for variety and to acquire a different taste. The pork provides flavor to this dish, while the shrimp cube makes it even tastier. The combination of flavors are amazing when they are mixed together. I’ve included a picture of shrimp added into the recipe below so you can get an idea of what that will look like.
One other thing to make this Chopsuey with Quail Egg Recipe more flavorful is that you may use meat broth instead of water to make it more special.
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Chopsuey with Quail Eggs
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.