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Stir Fry Vegetables

Stir Fry Vegetables created by katia

Another recipe from my Filipino piano teacher.

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  • Saute onions in oil.
  • Add chicken and stir fry until browned. If not marinated, season with soy sauce and garlic.
  • Add vegetables except for baby corn and salt. Stir fry for 3-4 minutes.
  • Add baby corn and soy sauce to taste, if desired.
  • Pour sauce over, stir till all vegetables are coated. If more sauce is needed, just double the recipe. I haven't made this in ages, so you might need more. I can't remember.
  • Sauce: stir all ingredients for sauce together until slightly thickened.
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  1. atlfitgirl
    This is a great, simple stir fry... you can really use your imagination (or clean out your refrigerator!) to change it up... I left out the chicken since I wanted just a veggie side dish to Recipe #145038 with some jasmine rice... I used broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, snow peas, straw mushrooms, bamboo shoots, baby corn and water chestnuts... I love peppers, but they are so expensive right now... I like the oyster sauce... it really makes the light sauce delicious! That is my mom's "secret" ingredient in her stir fry veggies... I don't usually add the cornstarch since we like a thin sauce... Thanks for sharing!!!
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  2. katia
    Stir Fry Vegetables Created by katia
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  3. katia
    A very light, tasty stir fry. I used only broccoli and not cauliflower and I did marinade the chicken. I doubled the sauce to have more for the serving. But, it did needed salt, and maybe a tablespoon of soy sauce on the wok for better taste. With those two additions next time it will be a hit! Thanks for sharing Marycate. Made it for PAC Spring 2007.
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  4. marycate
    Another recipe from my Filipino piano teacher.
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