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Excellent. Easy and flexible. I stir-fried the chicken only 5 minutes in the beginning. I couldn't find mushroom soy so just used regular. I used slightly different veggies to use what I had in the fridge. I used one cup each of broccoli carrots green pepper celery green beans shallots. I also used more chicken than the recipe called for.
This was absolutely delicious! I totally didn't have all of the veggies listed so mine was made with broccoli florets sliced fresh carrots and onions. It was a winner with the whole family! And regular Kikkoman works wonderfully if you don't have mushroom soy sauce. I also put the oyster sauce in with the cut up chicken and let it marinate while I cleaned my rice and prepped my veggies. I will be making this again!
Wow looking at the amount of vegetables called for any Asian person would say that this is enough food to feed an easy 8-10 people. Serve with boiled rice with the portion being 2 parts rice to 1 part entree. This is how an Asian family would serve it. A whole lot less calories for sure. Oh and hold back on the green onions only one or two stalks are needed as they are to enhance the dish not over-whelm it.
Very delicious! Enjoyed by the entire family. I used broccoli shitake mushrooms. fresh ginger and onion. I also doubled the cornstarch mixture and added a little chicken base. Oh and I added some chili paste to spice it up a bit! (about 1/2 tsp.). Excellent!
This is a very good basic stir fry recipe. I stir fry 2-3 times a week and am always looking for new methods/recipes to change things up. I would recommend a few changes though: reduce the cooking times for your protein (chicken shrimp etc...) and vegetables (which I like al dente). I'm on a low sodium diet and found this a bit salty even without the added salt; I'd suggest reducing the Oyster Sauce to 1 tablespoon mixed with 1 tablespoon of water. Lastly I added almost a cup of water with the soy sauce and corn starch as I like a lot of sauce. Very tasty easy to make stir fry!!
Very good recipe. You can play with it quite a bit. I found the meat lacked a bit of flavour (I used pork). The vegetables were delicious! Nice light dinner. Made a second time but just vegetables. Added Cauliflower and mushrooms. Used a thick teriyaki and 4 cups of bean sprouts. It was great!!
Rating: 2 stars
like many other stir-fries I've tried comes out tasteless. I did not add the salt for fear of too much sodium after using regular soy sauce (not mushroom) but I don't think the pinch would've helped. I did add ginger (thankfully) and this was the only flavor that really came through.
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Stir-Fried Vegetables with Chicken or Pork