Stir Fry & Marinade
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Stir Fry & Marinade
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      Title: Stir fry & marinade
 Categories: Digest, Feb95
      Yield: 1 Servings
      4 tb Shoyu (or soy sauce)
      2 tb Balsamic Vinegar
      1 tb Brown sugar
      1    To 2 cloves garlic crushed,
           Or chopped very fine
      1 tb Freshly grated ginger root

        x  Onion
        x  Green pepper
        x  Carrots
        x  Brocolli
        x  Mushrooms
        x  Water chesnuts
        x  Cornstarch
  I Use my wok as a steamer, really.  I add onion, green pepper,
  carrots, and brocolli all at the same time and stir-fry until the
  onions get limp, just with the oil that I 'cured' the wok with last
  time I washed it, that is I do not add any.  Then I add about 3/4 cup
  of water or broth and cover. The steam cooks the veggies quickly, you
  can increase the water for softer veggies, or decrease for crunchier
  ones, but cook until all of the liquid is gone.  I then add a can of
  water chestnuts and mushrooms along with the marinade mixture and
  stir-fry for a few minutes to cook the mushrooms and heat the
  chestnuts. Add about 3/4 teaspoon of cornstarch, and cook for a
  minute or so, mix and serve over really good rice. The cornstarch
  thickens the marinade and makes it cling to the veggies better.
  I love the sweet-sour taste of this marinade, another nice addittion
  is to add a can of chunked pineapple, It tastes great and is unusual.
  Good luck to all stir-fryers and thank you all for your support.
  Posted by "Louise M. Perry"  to the Fatfree
  Digest [Volume 15 Issue 9] Feb. 9, 1995.
  Individual recipes 

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Recipe ID 58703 (Apr 03, 2005)

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