Baby Buddha’s Feast


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    as a main course .
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By Barbara Tropp

Published 1982

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This is a pared-down version of the spicy “Big Buddha”, here limited to those ingredients which are tailor-made for a mandarin pancake. Fresh snow peas are especially tasty in this dish, but you may also use peeled and shredded broccoli stems, or slivered string beans, or thin ribbons cut from the inner leaves of a Chinese cabbage—most anything that is slightly crunchy and slim or supple enough to be cuddled ins