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Mongolian Stir fry #7740
August 10th, 2005 at 10:44 AM
August 10th, 2005 at 10:44 AM
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I pretty much make this to taste so experiment until you have what you like. Got this idea from a local restaurant we visit.

Chicken, sliced thin
Beef, sliced thin
Salad shrimp
Bag frozen stir-fry vegetables (I like the one with aspargus)
pkg. Chinese noodles
Favorite sauces: I use both World Harbor Sweet & Sour and Jamacian Jerk

Make noodles according to directions on package, set aside. Have ready enough of the beef, chicken, shrimp and veges to feed everyone. (Example: I feed 5 so I use 3 chicken breasts, about 1/2# steak, 1 bag shrimp, big bag veges.) Start sauteing beef than chicken, noodles, veges and shrimp last. I add sauce as I go.(1/4c each or to taste). If you like spicy add red pepper flakes.
My boys like chow mein noodles with this.
Sorry about the measurements I just experimented until I came close to what I ate at the restaurant. wink
Nancy

Re: Mongolian Stir fry #7741
August 10th, 2005 at 12:02 PM
August 10th, 2005 at 12:02 PM
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This sounds so wonderful, Nancy, and relatively easy, too! Thanks so much for sharing it with us.

I will let you know how much Maxi likes it when we try it!

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Re: Mongolian Stir fry #7742
August 10th, 2005 at 08:36 PM
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Hello,
I should note that I make one serving at a time that way I can adjust for taste so the sauce amounts might have to be increased if you make it all at once.
I sometimes add some pineapple.
Sorry if I confused anyone. I probably should have been sleeping instead of being glued to the computer. This forum is just so addicting:)
Nancy

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August 10th, 2005 at 09:48 PM
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Nancy,
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pkg. Chinese noodles
What are those, or I should say, which are those?
The hard dried nooldes, like a bread like mixture
or the one's you'd cook and they spring up real big???

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Jamacian Jerk
I have seen those both in a liquid form and a dry form?? Either or work??

Just curious???

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Sorry about the measurements I just experimented until I came close to what I ate at the restaurant.
I do that too, I never measure, I shake and cover and add and never make up a recipe..I am so bad!

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Sorry if I confused anyone. I probably should have been sleeping instead of being glued to the computer. This forum is just so addicting:)
Haaaaaaaa ain't that the truth...
And we go like this alllllllll year round..
(specially in the winter time and all that yucky
weather and holidays.. we do lot's of recipes
come that time of year too!)


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Re: Mongolian Stir fry #7744
August 10th, 2005 at 10:20 PM
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The Chinese noodles I am talking about look just like spaghetti noodles. They are dried and you make them the same as any other pasta. I bet in a pinch you could use angel hair or other similar pasta. I buy Wel-pac Chinese noodles, they come in an orange package (10oz).
I use liquid; never saw the dry before. I imagine you can use whatever sauce you like. My mom-in-law likes plum sauce.
That is what I like about these recipes you can mix and match to your hearts content.
I collect cookbooks so I can't wait to see everybody's favorites come winter time.
Have a good day,
Nancy


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