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This recipe for Hong-Kong Style Broccoli, by Lydia Brown, is from Lydia's Cookbook Project,
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Wash broccoli and cut into pieces 1 1/2 inches long. Heat oil, sprinkle in salt and cook th broccoli for eight minutes , shaking the pan from time to time. Mix soy sauce, gin and sugar and pour over the broccoli. Add the stock, cover and bring to the boil, cook for 2 minutes and serve.
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