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    I slice up some beef and add some soy sauce and black bean sauce, then stirfry it briefly. Remove it from the pan.
    I toss chopped garlic and ginger in some hot neutral oil and then add the broccoli and sliced onion. After getting it hot I add some water and soy sauce for steam and cover for a few, then add the cow and a bit of corn starch in water to thicken, but that last is optional.
    Hoisin is another option for black bean sauce. A little dry sherry works too.
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    All these recipes sound great, and if I hadn't just eaten, I would be all over this. I also like to add a bit of oyster sauce to mine as well.

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    Thanks for the suggestions, I will try a different recipe next time.

    Julian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Julian,

    ....

    I'm sorry I didn't take pictures, maybe next time.

    Rick
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    you should be!

    Now I'm hungry. Chicken teriyaki on rice sounds about right after this thread.
    Okay, I made chicken ponzu tonight, and this time remembered to take pictures.


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    Looks good Rick - that would be my picture too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepCSweede View Post
    Looks good Rick - that would be my picture too.
    Leading up to it: http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...l=1#post128986

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    That looks delicius.

    Julian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Okay, I made chicken ponzu tonight, and this time remembered to take pictures.
    Well played


    Could you tell me why you tossed your meat in the cornstarch? Thanks!

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    I find that it browns better and the chicken pieces don't stick together as much.

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    Well played


    Could you tell me why you tossed your meat in the cornstarch? Thanks!

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