|July 13, 2008 @ 12:00 am|
Dear HHHH pal,
Thank you so much for being my pal. You are a superstar spinner! Since you are in generic viagra online pharmacy the states and best online canadian pharmacy all, would it be at all possible for you to slip some Kikkoman “stir fry” seasoning mix in with my handspun? I bought some the http://plavixgeneric-dosage.com/ last time I was in the states and I love them. I’m trying to eat healthier you see, and plavix stir fry is healthier than say …oh I don’t know… pizza or McDonalds. Or as an alternative, if you are a cook or your local grocer doesn’t stock it, a good (and easy) http://cialis-canadian-pharma.com/ stir fry recipe will do too.
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Comment by Angie
Made on Friday, July 18th, 2008 @ 4:16 am
Hi there, (no I’m not your secret HHH pal) but I love seeing your spinning and reading about new techniques that you try. I’m a new spinner and I constantly want to read a bunch of stuff about spinning (I’m also an avid knitter and beginner sewer). But anyway, back to the reason I’m posting…you said you wanted a good and easy stir fry recipe and I figured I’d pass along mine. Got it from my mom. =) Goes like this:
let’s say 2 servings of stir fry, make your white rice on the side or whatever…prechop the stuff below…
I heat a skillet on high heat, pour in about 2 Tbl of olive oil.
I mince about 3 or 4 cloves of garlic and put that in the skillet once the oil is hot. stir it around a bit.
Throw in about 3 cups of some roughly chopped baby bok choi and a pack of extra firm tofu, cubed. *you can add anything you want, sliced chicken, broccoli, or snow peas, anything at all*
I add about 1 to 2 Tbl of oyster sauce and toss it all up until the veggies are tender.
That’s it. Sounds too simple to be good, but *shrug* I really love it.
Anyway, I’m going back to reading your spinning posts… =)
Comment by Angie
Made on Friday, July 18th, 2008 @ 4:18 am
Oh, and I always add a good dose of red pepper flakes, how did I forget that? =)
Comment by swedishIngrid
Made on Wednesday, July 30th, 2008 @ 11:19 am
A thought here from another stir-fry aficinado (or ‘wok’ as we call it :-)
I marinate either veggies or meat in my own litte ‘mix’, which will provide both seasoning and sauce when you are done.
I love Sambal badjak, so 1 tbl of that, 2 tbl of tomato puree, salt, ground black pepper, a little oil depending on the concistency . Chop up your meat of choice, and marinate. This works very well also for grilled meats :-)
If using a lot of pork I like to add ground ginger to the mixture.
This is sort of a ‘universal’ staple here, easy to vary, adds a bit of chili (it is in the Sambal Badjak) and a very nice roasted oniony taSTE.
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