-1 piece tofu
-1 Chinese sausage
-1/4 ground pork
-3 cloves garlic
-1 tsp Schezuan peppercorns
-dried chilies (optional)
-1/2 tsp each: oyster sauce, sesame oil
-salt, sugar, and pepper to taste

What to Do:
Coarsely mince sausage. Cut tofu into small bite size cubes. Mince garlic and set a side. Add sausages into a hot pan and fry until fragrant and releases some oil. Remove sausages from pan and add Schezuan peppercorns. Fry the peppercorns until fragrant; before fishing them out of the oil and throwing them away. Add mine garlic and chilies to the oil, fry until fragrant; add pork, sausage, and tofu. Stir fry until pork is cooked. Add oyster sauce, sesame oil, salt, sugar and pepper to taste.

Comments (4)

On 7:03 AM , Anonymous said...

Hello, can you give me a recipe for chinese sausage (lap chiong) , because they sell in here very expensive, and it doesn't look appealing. I know you like to experiment or try new recipes maybe you can share with me how to make chinese sausages. Thanks alot

On 2:29 PM , WhItE_PoPlAr said...


Nice blog you have here. Reminded me so much of my childhood food... (Yes, I am a Vietnamese.)

Anyway, Do you have the recipe for Banh Nuong (baked mooncake)? I may try to make some for this Mid-autumn Festival... :)

Also, can I link you to my new blog?


On 4:37 PM , hoangtam/tt said...

i do not have a recipe for chinese sausage.

white poplar,

you can find my recipe for banh nuong over at's cooking forum. Please post all recipe requests in the cooking forums I particpate in (links a bottom of page). My blog is just for whatever I feel like cooking not requests.

yes, of course you can link me to your blog.

On 1:39 PM , Anonymous said...

hi tt, im just bloghopping! you've got a real fantastic and awesome blog, and thru your site, i know so much more about vietnamese food now. thanks for sharing. by the way, i'm an avid foodie myself who loves to bake, cook and experiment with different dishes. keep up the good work!