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I used 1 Tbspn of olive oil to keep the fat content low as well as adding 1/4 Cup of water. This was an easy recipe and so versitile. I just picked what vegetables I had on hand and stirred it up. I used carrots, lots of garlic and onions and it tasted great!! When the last of the veggies were cooking, I added sliced chicken breast and stirred that for a few minutes until cooked and added my rice and tossed for a complete low calorie, low sodium meal. (I did use only a Tbspn of low salt soy sauce!)
This is such a fun recipe. You can use your imagination and come up with a great dish! I started with the garlic, onions, and ginger in cannola oil, then added carrots, celery, and a few cauliflower pieces. Then I put in zucchini and pea pods. After that cooked a minute, I added soy sauce, oyster sauce, and a t of sherry. Kept that warm while I sauted thinly sliced steak foe a couple minutes. Mixed it all together and had a masterpiece!!! It was very tasty! Thanks, Barbara for a fun and delicious supper! I'll keep this recipe handy for a base to start with! :-)
I used this a a base to make stir fry. I did not do it exactly as written, but it turned out just great.
This was delicious..easy..adaptable. Once we added a touch of garlic salt, this dish was perfect. Thank you!
This is a great basic stir-fry recipe. I used carrots, green onion, zucchini, pea pods, broccoli, cauliflower, and mushrooms. I used soy sauce and a little balsamic vinegar. Didn't add any meat but I think chicken, beef, pork, or shrimp would be good. The ginger and garlic added so much to the flavor. Served over rice. Thanks for a recipe that is fun and good for cleaning out my vegetable bin.
i didnt like the way that this thing tasted.. i tried everything, soy sauce etc. but it tasted really bad.