Posted at 1:04 pm , on September 23, 2016
I have been experimenting with stir fry sauces for years trying to create a sauce that tastes authentic as well as having a ton of flavor. I love vegetables but there’s only so many veggies my husband will eat so I have to find flavors that mixed with vegetables will appeal to him. With this sauce I can stir fry almost any vegetable and he will eat it. This recipe makes enough sauce for several stir fry’s, enough to last us at least a week or more. Stir fry your favorite veggies and begin to add the sauce a spoonful at a time, tasting after each addition until you have just the right amount for your taste buds. And it’s easy to add chicken, steak, pork or shrimp to the mix for a complete meal.
Posted at 1:10 pm , on January 22, 2016
I’m taking a break from the winter soups and pastas. Most of the time it’s just Joe and I at the kitchen table and we enjoy a good sandwich as much as anything. I picked up a skirt steak and some veggies to make my version of the Philly Cheese Steak sandwich. Stir frying the steak and veggies makes such a quick and easy meal. I have a mini wok that I love to use for just the two of us. It’s seasoned just like a cast iron skillet and everything tastes so good in it. Philly cheese steaks are traditionally served with onions, mushrooms and green bell peppers but I personally love the taste of the sweet ornamental peppers. I can say without a doubt that these peppers add a great new taste to an already famous sandwich.