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Chinese Bacon and Morel Mushroom Stir-Fry

Some fungi are porous like a honeycomb, others squishy and absorbent like sponges.

SERVES 4

Total: 20 min.

This dish—typically made with or the brown tripe-like cap of the bamboo mushroom (pictured here)—can be made) and Pixian broad bean chile paste—a salty, spicy, and fermented staple seasoning of Sichuan cuisine—at Chinese markets.

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