Guy Lan - in China, the so-called plant in appearance and taste is very similar to broccoli. I liked this dish for its versatility. You can eat as a separate dish, and you can serve for dinner with a side dish, such as rice, will also be very tasty!
In a heated pan, fry garlic and ginger in vegetable oil for 1 minute.
Add mushrooms and fry for another 3 minutes (I had frozen honey agarics, actually any mushrooms will do)
Then add the broccoli and fry for another 5 minutes.
Starch dilute in 2 tbsp water.
Next to broccoli and mushrooms add soy sauce, wine, diluted starch, pepper mixture, knead a couple of pinches of cumin. Stir, let the sauce thicken a little and remove from heat. Then all shift to a dish, sprinkle with sesame seeds, and can be served.
The dish is equally tasty in hot, warm and cold form!