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15 Basic Stir Fry Sauce Recipes

15 Basic Stir Fry Sauce Recipes
I love a good stir fry and they are a great way to use up odds and ends of meat, vegetable and noodles. And let’s face it, they are a quick and easy dinner solution. Simply cook up some rice or throw in some noodles and it’s a family-pleasing meal. I rarely start with a recipe – just a pile of odds and ends. So it occurred to me recently that what I really needed was a stir-fry sauce “cheat sheet” – a handy reference for the combination of sauce ingredients I need to make different kinds of stir fry to combine with my collection of ingredients. Here I’ve collected 15 great stir-fry sauce recipes that can be printed to keep handy in the kitchen (or bookmarked, if you prefer). Instructions for all of these recipes … just combine the ingredients in a small bowl, stir well to combine, then add to your stir fry. Lemon Stir-Fry Sauce – Great with seafood stir fries, such as shrimp and/or scallops, as well as chicken. Lemon Stir-Fry Sauce II – nice with chicken and seafood. Tips:

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Foodbuzz 24, 24, 24: Chinese Buffet at Home It is no secret that I have an obsession with Chinese cuisine. The place that started it all was a local Chinese buffet here in Michigan. After frequent visits to the buffet over the years, I finally decided to take a stab at cooking my own Chinese dishes at home. The majority of the dishes were delicious and I began cooking different Chinese meals every week, but I had always wanted more variety just like the buffet.

Healthy Chicken Pot Stickers with Minted Soy Sauce Monday night I had dinner all planned out according to my craving. The kids and I were going to make pillowy soft gnocchi. Well, my darling daughter had something else in mind. $2 Meal Week day 5: Black Bean and Brown Rice Burgers I am 5 days into Codewe’s $2 A Day challenge, in which you are challenged to live on the same budget that 20 million Ugandans have to, and I have to say, I’m so glad I’ve done it. I’ve realised that not only can you eat on such a strict budget – albeit with a little planning and a bit more effort – the situation has pushed me into taking risks that I wouldn’t have taken and changing up some cooking habits that needed to be changed. I’ve also realised that a little food can actually feed a lot. This recipe, with just 1/2 cup rice, 2 cups beans, 1 onion and not even a whole zucchini, makes enough to feed 4 as a main meal, with a little salad added in. I’ll be eating these for lunch for the rest of the week!

Sweet and Sour Crackerjack Shrimp Recipe Sweet and Sour Crackerjack Shrimp Crackjerack Shrimp and I go way back. Back to the awkward days of high school, when braces and retainers ruled the campus quad and lacrosse practices seeped into dinnertime hours. But when the final whistle did blow, I’d race home, eager and ready to devour whatever my mom had been cooking up in our kitchen. There was the crunchy bite of Wienerschnitzel, the comforting taste of Fried Spaghetti, the sweet and tangy flavor of Baby Back Ribs. And on the extra special nights, the aromatic zing of fresh garlic and ginger wafting from Crackerjack Shrimp.

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