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Quick-braised five-spice sirloin and shiitake stew

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  • Chinese five-spice powder boosts the flavor profile of this sirloin and shiitake stew.

      Chinese five-spice powder boosts the flavor profile of this sirloin and shiitake stew.
    The Washington Post

 
By Stephanie Witt Sedgwick
Special to The Washington Post

Part stir-fry, part stew, this aromatic, hearty dish draws flavor and texture from shiitake mushrooms, bok choy and Chinese five-spice powder: a blend of cinnamon, star anise, ginger, anise and cloves.

The recipe calls for Chinese rice wine, which has a distinctive taste, but it's not essential. You can substitute sake or any dry white wine.

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