Macau's Diabo, the most fascinating stew we've ever ...Chinese Cooking Demystified
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This dish in particular was especially mind blowing for us. It's a classic stew that begins in the Portugese style, takes some notes from Malaysian Kristang Curry Debal... in order to eat leftover Cantonese roast meats. It then thickens in one of the most unique ways I've ever seen to thicken a stew. If you're interested at all in the intersection/interplay of Chinese/Western cooking... you have to try your hand at this dish. It's just... really cool.
Note though that Macanese food can be a bit tough of the research front, so while we're confident in our sources we do apologize in advance if there ended up being any errors or omissions. If you are Macanese and/or are otherwise familiar with the cuisine, definitely reach out to us (email address in our about page) as we're actively looking for people to potentially bounce recipes off of - the lack of availability of ethnically Macanese restaurants for us to test against can present a bit of a challenge.
Written recipe's over here on /r/cooking:
Huge thank you to My Home Your Home, their Curry Debal recipe is here:
And if you'd like to see another Curry Debal recipe, also check out this one via the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore's channel:
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