100 lb. Club - Has anyone any good ideas for a stir fry sauce?
05-03-2009, 10:01 AM
I have a yearning for stir-fried chicken and veggies tonight.
I can't think how to put together a sauce. Has anyone any ideas, please?
Nothing out of a can - the can opener broke in half today :o
ginger, ground and fresh
and yes, I've tried looking at cookingbynumers.com!!
05-03-2009, 10:27 AM
I made stir fry last night for the first time ever. I was shocked at how good it came out (although, I have no idea if what I made is actually stir fry because I was just guessing). I sauteed a ton of onions and sweet peppers in a little olive oil until the brown on the edge and flavored the oil a little. Removed, then browned lean steak in the same pan...removed. Put 1 tbsp of Braggs Amino Acids (taste like soy sauce), a little water...scraped down the pan to get the cooked bits of onions, peppers and steak. Added a little pinch of starch (I used arrowroot because I don't eat corn). Let simmer into a thickened sauce, tossed the veggies and meat back in, let it coat everthing, then served over a cup of brown rice (first grain I have had in 3 months...it was delicious).
Like I said, this may not qualify as actual stir fry but it tasted amazing so I really didn't care.
05-03-2009, 12:28 PM
Whenever I'm looking for a recipe, I use google. I just typed in stir fry sauce recipes in the search bar.
I found the above links that way (and there were dozens more). Some of the recipe sites will even have reviews by people who have tried the recipe.
I've made a lot of stir fry sauces, but I don't use a recipe - I just taste along the way. one of my favorite combinations is soy sauce, a sweetener (sugar, splenda, honey), rice wine or sherry (optional) onion, garlic, and ginger.
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