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Ohhh, you're absolutely correct, Bertold.
Sounds really good, Pat. Fresh garlic and fresh grated ginger are great additions too.
When I order pan fried dumplings (pot stickers) from our local Chinese restaurant, I bring them home and make my own sauce.
1 TBSP Rice Wine2 TBSP Soy Sauce1 Tsp Sesame Oil1 Tsp Chili Oil2 TBSP toasted sesame seeds.
Interesting. I should have figured out there would be soy sauce in it. Rice wine, too! You've given me some ideas.
Beef and broccoli cooked in a wok. Beef (flank steak cut thin against the grain) marinated in soy sauce, rice wine, sesame oil and cornstarch. Broccoli, blanched in boiling water and shocked. Cooked in a high heat wok with sauce made from soy sauce, oyster sauce, rice wine, cornstarch, sesame seeds,and some chili oil for a little heat, along with a myriad of other ingredients.
Have no idea if the beef was Chinese, Couldn't talk when I was slicing it. Recipe is, though. Got it from a website called Appetite for China.
I'll bite--Chinese beef?
Scrambled up ham and eggs this morning with a bowl of yogurt-topped apples and raspberries (black). Coffee and flavored water to take my pills with. I don't drink orange juice anymore. Too much sugar.
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