Whip up braised mushroom collagen pot for Chinese New Year

Braised mushroom with two types of fish maw and pork tendon. ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO
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SINGAPORE – If you have received packs of dried mushroom, a common gift during Chinese New Year, and are wondering what to do with your stash, read on.

Dehydrated mushrooms are a versatile ingredient that can be used to flavour soups, stir-fries and braised meats. But it can also be a star on its own. Braised mushroom is a classic dish that is easy to rustle up for the festive season or any other day.

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