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Patís Stir Fry Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Pat Roylance
Added: Monday, October 8, 2007

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 to 1-1/2 lbs Meat of your choice, sliced thin. (Easier to do if the meat is still frozen a little)
Onion sliced in half, then cut in to thin slices.
Celery cut into thin strips about 3 inches long
Bell Peppers (red and green if you have both),
Carrots & Broccoli, cut into thin strips and pieces. (Use the stock of the Broccoli, peeled and cut into thin strips. )
Mushrooms, (fresh is best, but canned will do) quartered
Low sodium Soy Sauce
Corn Starch
Olive Oil or Sesame Oil
Hot red pepper flakes
Garlic

Directions:
Directions:
Toss the sliced meat with a little Soy Sauce, Red Pepper Flakes and garlic, and let sit while you slice up the vegetables you have for your stir fry. Mix up a light paste of Soy Sauce and Corn Starch, set aside.
Heat the oil in a wok or frying pan (approx 2 Tbl), getting it hot, but not smoking. Add the meat to the hot pan and quick fry until just cooked through. (about 2 to 3minutes max) Remove from pan. Toss in the firm vegetables first (add a dash or two of soy sauce to the pan with the vegetables) and quick fry for a few minutes adding the other vegetables until the softest ones are in the pan. You are cooking the vegetables for no more then 5 minutes tops. Remove the vegetables form the pan. Add about a 1 to 1 Ĺ cups of warm water to the pan (depends on how much sauce you like over your rice or noodles), stir in the soy sauce/corn starch paste to make the sauce. Add the meat and vegetables back in after the corn starch cooks clear. Add tomatoes or any nuts you like. Serve over rice or noodles.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
Uncle Johnny Mike likes this stir fry best. A very simple dinner that can be adjusted to what you have on hand. Venison, Elk, Beef, or Chicken, any of them work. Bell peppers, onions, celery, broccoli, carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes, garlic, fresh ginger, peanuts, cashews. You can add just a few or everything to this stir fry. Use your imagination and be creative, adjusting the spices to match up with the meat and vegetables you put in. I like the ginger and cashews with chicken, but not with a red meat. This is not a true Chinese stir fry, but its close enough to satisfy that craving for a Chinese dinner.

 

 

 

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