This is fabulous quick and easy dish to serve when you have guests. It only calls for a handful of ingredients but it is nutritious and tasty, provided you can get your hands on garlic chives, which are fragrant and impart a garlicky onion flavour. These can be found in the Chinese supermarkets. Or you could use baby tender leeks and spring onions to give the same sort of flavour.
If you like experimenting with your greens and you have a good fishmonger, you can also ask for some Marsh Samphire. These are little hardy cactus looking plants which can be found along the coast so you can pick-your-own at low tide. In the UK, the best place to pick these is along the Norfolk coast! With Marsh Samphire, you can boil them in some water for 2-3 minutes, drain and then add them to this dish instead of the garlic chives, crunchy and delicious in the final stages of the stir-fry, this marriage would make this dish almost perfect! If you can’t get hold of fresh samphire, why not try cooked samphire preserved in brine – its just as tasty and gives this dish a salty sweet edge.... Read more.
Heat a wok over high heat and add the groundnut oil. Add the garlic and stir fry for a few seconds.
Add the langoustine and stir-fry for 1-2 minutes (if using raw prawns, cook until they start to turn pink) then add the shaoshing rice wine or sherry.
Add the samphire with a splash of brine, if using or add the fresh samphire, garlic chives.
Add the leeks and spring onions and stir-fry for a minute, season with a little light soy sauce (and salt, if no brine is used), and then transfer to a serving dish and serve immediately.
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