This is my other way of cooking chives. Stir-fried it with bean sprouts and dried anchovies (as I don't buy salted fish). Instead of scallion, I substituted it with chives. I guess most of the dishes that uses scallion before can be substituted with chives. In this case, I used more chives than scallion called for in this dish.
So, when you buy a bunch of chives from the supermarket, you can split in into 2-3 dishes along the week. One is this, the other is the fried chives eggs, and the leftover you can fried noodle or fried rice with it. Just substitute it in a dish that you would normally uses scallion. We should eat for our health most of the times and occasionally indulge in something that we know is not so good.
- A bowl of washed bean sprouts
- A few bunches of chives, washed and cut into 1.5 inch
- 1/2 carrot, julienne
- 1/4 cup of dried anchovies, rinsed in water and drained
- 2 cloves of garlic, minced
- Few slices of ginger
- Salt to taste
- 1 tsp. chicken stock granules
1. Heat up a wok, when heated, add in cooking oil. Add in dried anchovies, ginger and garlic, fry until fragrant and slightly golden.