Stir fried caribou with black bean sauce
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Stir fried caribou with black bean sauce
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:52:50 AM. Recipe ID 14577. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Stir fried caribou with black bean sauce
 Categories: Game, Caribou, Steak, Jw
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
 
  :          SAUCE:
      3/4 c  Dried black beans
        3 c  Stock
    1 1/2 ts Fresh ginger; chopped
        2 cl Garlic; minced
        1    Chile pepper; chopped finely
        3 tb Sherry wine vinegar
      1/2 ts Salt
  :          STIR-FRY:
        8 oz Caribou, deer or beef steak
        1 tb Sesame oil
        1 tb Chopped fresh ginger
        1 cl Garlic, finely chopped
        2    Celery ribs; julienned
      1/2 c  Mushrooms; fresh, sliced
      1/2 md Onion; sliced vertically
  :          -into crescent fans
        1 c  Bean Sprouts
  
  To make sauce: Soak the beans in water overnight, rinse and drain.
  Combine black beans, stock, ginger, garlic, chile and vinegar in a
  saucepan and bring to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat and simmer,
  covered, until beans are tender, about 1 hour. Pour into blender or
  food processor, add the salt and blend until smooth. Return to the
  saucepan and hold over a low heat.
  
  To make stir-fry: Trim all the fat from meat and cut, against the
  grain, into quarter-inch strips. Place oil in a nonstick skillet or
  wok over high heat. Add the meat and stir fry for a few seconds. Add
  ginger, garlic, celery, mushrooms and onion; stir fry until
  vegetables are tender-crisp. Add sprouts and and a cup of the sauce,
  cover and cook a further 30-40 seconds and remove from heat.
  
  Serve with steamed rice and pass the rest of the sauce at the table.
  Jim Weller
 




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Recipe ID 14577 (Apr 03, 2005)

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