Broccoli and Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce

Broccoli and Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce created by pescatarian2b

I like this best when made with fresh shiitake mushrooms, but regular button mushrooms are just fine too.

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  • Clean broccoli.
  • Trim off flowers into bite-size pieces, lightly peel broccoli stalks and slice into diagonal medallions.
  • Heat wok on high. Add the oil and when the oil is hot add the broccoli, stir-fry rapidly until the broccoli is covered in oil.
  • When the wok is no longer oily, add a splash of water or chicken stock and continue to fry, stirring constantly for 3 minutes, replenishing water/chicken stock whenever wok becomes dry.
  • Toss in the prepared mushrooms and the garlic, stir, add half of the oyster sauce, stir, cover and simmer at medium heat two minutes.
  • Serve drizzled with the remaining oyster sauce.
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"I like this best when made with fresh shiitake mushrooms, but regular button mushrooms are just fine too."

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  1. Brigitte Y.
    Very delicious. I needed to make a quick lunch and I was happy to see that I had all of the ingredients. I used fresh ingredients and it was delicious. Yes, a hint of red pepper and sesame oil would be nice but I really enjoyed the meal as is?
  2. Dawny M.
    I made it with fresh shiitakes that I stir fried for about 5 minutes before adding the broccoli. If I make it again and I probably will, I'd add a pinch of red pepper flakes to wake it up a bit.
  3. pescatarian2b
    Broccoli and Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce Created by pescatarian2b
  4. pescatarian2b
    Tasty! I used dried shiitake and button mushrooms and the water in which the shiitake was soaked instead of water.
  5. sheahnee
    I cooked this for dinner tonight as a side dish to rice and chicken curry. A great little dish, although I did add a dash of sesame oil, and used shitake mushrooms which soaked up all the lovely stock and oyster sauce.
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