Baked bran is a deep-rooted delicacy on the Chinese new year table in Shanghai. Shanghainese pay attention to many dishes during the Chinese New Year. The so-called bran baking means “relying on their husband”, implying that the men in the family will achieve higher achievements in the coming year. Sixi means that the baked bran is equipped with four kinds of ingredients. The ingredients inside can be matched according to your preferences. This dish looks dry. In fact, the baked bran absorbs slow soup. It feels heavy with chopsticks. It tastes very fresh and sweet


350g roasted bran
25ml edible oil
4 mushrooms
15g cashew nuts
25ml raw extract
2G fungus
1 octagonal
20G rock sugar
2 chives
2 cloves garlic
10ml soy sauce
2G chicken essence


Step 1
Prepare cashew nuts, roasted bran, dried mushrooms and black fungus

Step 2
Prepare star anise, shallots, garlic slices and rock sugar

Step 3
Slice the washed mushrooms and cut into pieces with roasted bran

Step 4
Then cover the pot with cold water and boil it over high heat. Then cook it for about 4 minutes. Remove it. Rinse and squeeze it with clean water to wash all the acidity inside

Step 5
Saute cashew nuts in cold oil and cold pot and pick them up

Step 6
Saute star anise and garlic slices until fragrant

Step 7
Pour in black fungus, mushrooms and roasted bran and stir fry evenly

Step 8
Add raw and old soy sauce and stir fry evenly

Step 9
Pour in boiling water and add rock sugar

Step 10
Cover with high heat and bring to a boil. Turn to low heat and cook until delicious

Step 11
After that, turn to high heat, collect the juice, add chicken essence, stir fry evenly, turn off the heat, take out of the pot, sprinkle cashew nuts and scallion leaves, and serve