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In a large bowl, combine beef, oats, water chestnuts, ginger, soy sauce and water; mix lightly, but thoroughly.
The entrees, kept warm in cast-iron pots on induction burners, might include hulking meatballs with the pillowy loft of Shanghainese lion’s heads, gaining sweetness and crunch from water chestnuts mixed into the ground beef.
In a large mixing bowl, combine the minced chicken, shrimp, soy sauce, wine, white pepper, cilantro, water chestnuts, ginger and garlic, and mix thoroughly.
Chef Frank Harroun prepares the dishes that include favorites pork sliders, three varieties of empanadas and the appetizer bacon wrapped water chestnuts.
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Definition of water chestnut for English Language Learners
: the white root of a plant that grows in water and that is often used in Chinese cooking
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