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Old 12-13-2012, 10:53 AM   #11
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I wish I would have seen both Skittle's and Got Garlic's recipes before I made dinner tonight. My stir fried thin sliced pork chop w/ broccoli was also only So-so. All right, pretty good, just not anything excitingly different. Also I didn't use a recipe. I used garlic, soy sauce, 1 dried thai pepper crumbled, a couple green onions, fresh ginger, 1 spoon brown sugar, a little water and once around the top of the pan with some tiger sauce. It just needs "something" to tie it all together. Maybe I should have set $10 on the counter and pretended it was take-out and would have liked it better.
Lol same here- my bf asked me what it was supposed to be, like if I had ordered it from a Chinese place. I guess I was trying to recreate something I had once in a restaurant, but I'm not sure what it would be exactly. I think I was going for more of like a spicy sweet and sour, than the spicy brown sauce I ended up with. I think I'm going to add some hot sauce to a little bit of the sweet and sour sauce I have in the fridge and see if that's more like what I was thinking
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Old 12-13-2012, 01:17 PM   #12
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Toasted sesame oil and oyster sauce add great flavor to a stir- fry. You only need a little - maybe a half teaspoon of each.

This site has great Asian- inspired recipes of all types. Check it out: SteamyKitchen.com
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