Tomee's sweet soy chicken stir fry

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  1. Tomee

    Tomee Member

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    cooked this tonight, thought id try and take some pics of the steps.
    its kind of similar to my fried rice recipe

    relatively easy and quick to cook

    ingredients:
    any vegie thats suitable for stir fry
    chicken breast
    sweet soy sauce
    garlic

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    process:

    chop us vegies and chicken into rough bite sizes like so
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    heat up wok, add oil and garlic.
    once nice and hot add the chicken and cook until cooked through
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    i then take the chicken out and place it in a bowl with sweet soy in it to marinade it.

    next throw in the chopped veggies into the wok and cook.
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    i love abit of bite so i add my home made chilli oil
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    next add the sweet soy. add as much as you like to taste then stir through
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    once the veggies have cooked and softened abit add the meat back in and stir through for about 1 minute then you're done.

    finished product (my presentation skills arent that great but you get the picture)
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  2. Rem0

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    Good effort however the sauce looks quite thin/non existent.
    I'd add more sauce plus maybe a teaspoon of cornflour dissolved in some cold water then added in, thickens the sauce nicely so it can coat the veggies and meat better.
     
  3. Spanky Ham

    Spanky Ham (Banned or Deleted)

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    I coat the meat with a little cornflour prior to frying it up. Cooks the floury taste out of the flour and still effectively thickens the sauce up when liquids are added.
     

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