wok's

@webeishere (36382)
United States
March 12, 2008 2:38am CST
Okay I have an electric wok that has been used very little. I do not like veggies but have to change my diet for various reasons. Have you used a wok at all? Do you have any stir fry recipes that you could share here with me & other members that can be eaten by myself as well as my dad? Nothing too chewy or too crunchy please. Hahahaha!! I really want a few nice recipes of veggies, beef, and chicken dishes to serve between 2 and 4 people. Thanks in advance all. I hate pork. HAPPY POSTINGS FROM GRANDPA BOB !!~
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@maddysmommy (16243)
• United States
12 Mar 08
I haven't used a wok ever. I would think by adding a little bit of oil and tossing in veges with a bit of meat like chicken or fish, then mix it all about and voila, stir fry HAHA oh you can add cooked rice to it too maybe. Sorry I'm terrible in the kitchen.
@webeishere (36382)
• United States
13 Mar 08
I made Rice-A-Roni in it last night. I added some fried chicken cut into small chunks, some stewed tomatoes, a can of chili peppers red and green, and also some more rice as well. Turned out great.Thanks. HAPPY POSTINGS FROM GRANDPA BOB !!~
@maddysmommy (16243)
• United States
13 Mar 08
Well there you go Mr Wok/Chef :) sounds like ayummy dinner you made last night!
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• United States
13 Mar 08
I stopped using Rice-a-Roni many years ago. Try using cooked rice instead. Keep it in a bowl in the fridge and use it for your stir fry recipes. Start with sesame oil in the pan, add some scallions, chopped garlic, frozen stir fry vegetables and then add a cup or more of cooked rice. Add soy sauce to taste. Sometimes I also add a bit of minced ginger too. You can also add your meat to the pan before you add the vegies.
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@webeishere (36382)
• United States
13 Mar 08
Exactly what the heck are scallions anyhow? I use virgin olive oil. Would that be sufficient as well as sesame or not? I can buy and use other oils. This sounds good so far though. I make a lot of regular rice. Sometimes I eat a bowl of cold rice with sugar and milk on it. Thanks bunches also. HAPPY POSTINGS FROM GRANDPA BOB !!~
@GardenGerty (83275)
• Marion, Kansas
12 Mar 08
I do not have any particular recipes. I will use little slivers of whatever meat, peanut oil to fry in, and I would add a veggie combo. Wal Mart Super Store has all kinds of neat stir fry blends to suit every taste, and they are priced reasonably, as well. No chopping or dicing, or buying large amounts of things to get variety.
@webeishere (36382)
• United States
13 Mar 08
i'VE MADE SOME STORE BOUGHT BAGS OF STIR FRY VEGGIES AND WASN'T ALL THAT INPRESSED WITH THEM. sO i AM LOOKING FOR A RECIPE USING FRESH ONES AND SOME TYPE OF MEAT OR FISH ETC. tHANKS. happy postings from grandpa bob !!~
@cortney09 (1350)
• United States
14 Mar 08
I don't have a wok. I would love to get one sometime. I am not really much of a cook with new recipes, as my hubby likes the traditional southern cooking. I on the other hand love meat and veggie with garlic. I wish that I could be of some help to you. It looks like you already got some good ideas from people.
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@raijin (10382)
• Philippines
13 Mar 08
Try looking for rice noodles, with veggies and meat in it. The meat depends on what you want to use there, chicken or beef and even those Chinese sausages. I love stir-frying, because it's one of the easiest way to cook food. I suggest you try this site grandpa, I'm sure you'll find something you'll love to cook and eat here! http://chinesefood.about.com/od/noodles/r/shanghainoodles.htm