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ISO dim sum recipe - beef tripe stew with daikon

JS | May 1, 200502:46 AM     4

Most dim sum restaurants have this item, although it's rarely ordered by non-Chinese. The item is called "niu za" in Chinese or "beef innards". It's served in a small bowl with pieces of tripe sitting in a slightly dark yellow colored stew, sprinkled with fresh green onions and has bite size pieces of tripe with daikon and sometimes with pieces of lung or intestines.

If anyone has a recipe for this, please share. Thanks! Google has been very unhelpful for this recipe so far.

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