Cloud ears, also called wood ears, are a dried black mushroom used in Chinese stir-fries. Golden needles, the dried buds of tiger lilies, are often simply called lily buds. Both products are available in Chinese markets.
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Yummy! Couldn't find dried lily buds but it didn't matter, the filling and sauce were delicious and very easy. I used frozen mu shu shells from my local Asian market so can't comment on the pancake part of this recipe. Will definitely make again.
I can't find the dried lily buds. My Asian market didn't seem to know what it was. They did have dried lily flower, would that work?
An absolutely delightful recipe! This has always been a favorite with our family and friends, so we double to ensure leftovers.
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