STIR FRY RECIPE?

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Desertsrose

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Anyone have a delicious family sized stir fry recipe without meat?
 

notmyown

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here's a link to some paleo recipes. i usually make it with meat; husband. lol

some of those recipes look gross (looking at you, Asian Beef Heart! ;)),
but the cabbage and apple, and the coconut curry (minus chicken) might do?

may the Lord bless your search.
 

Desertsrose

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here's a link to some paleo recipes. i usually make it with meat; husband. lol

some of those recipes look gross (looking at you, Asian Beef Heart! ;)),
but the cabbage and apple, and the coconut curry (minus chicken) might do?

may the Lord bless your search.

Thanks notmyown.

I appreciate the link. I have a couple of vegan stir fries, but was wanting to find a variation from the two I normally make.

One of them uses a head of cauliflower as rice. It doesn't really taste like rice, but it adds a nice texture when partially cooked.

It's not too difficult to take a meat stir fry and leave out the meat, but sometimes the sauce is fish based. What I probably should do is to look up some sauces that can be veganized or some that already are vegetable based. God bless you!
 

oldethennew

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hub is a master of 'stir-fry', first and foremost, 'FRESH' and all he does is mix different veggies
with herbs and spices that always just seem to go together so very well - KEY= Sesame OIL
along with a good grade of Olive Oil that passes ALL of the olive-oil-tests...
 

notmyown

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Thanks notmyown.

I appreciate the link. I have a couple of vegan stir fries, but was wanting to find a variation from the two I normally make.

One of them uses a head of cauliflower as rice. It doesn't really taste like rice, but it adds a nice texture when partially cooked.

It's not too difficult to take a meat stir fry and leave out the meat, but sometimes the sauce is fish based. What I probably should do is to look up some sauces that can be veganized or some that already are vegetable based. God bless you!
thank you, too. :)

ohhhh, not vegetarian, vegan. i see.

i looked at the tomato-egg recipe and dismissed it, but the coconut curry sauce is vegan, i think? i've made that one.
coconut 'milk'... does that count? ;)

you're right, though, once you have a sauce repertoire, you can figure out the rest.
i do sometimes just want to make something different; are you experiencing that?
 

notmyown

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hub is a master of 'stir-fry', first and foremost, 'FRESH' and all he does is mix different veggies
with herbs and spices that always just seem to go together so very well - KEY= Sesame OIL
along with a good grade of Olive Oil that passes ALL of the olive-oil-tests...
is there going to be math on the olive oil test?? :eek:

;)
 

blue_ladybug

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You make it with husband meat? :confused: LOL

*ducks and runs*

here's a link to some paleo recipes. i usually make it with meat; husband. lol

some of those recipes look gross (looking at you, Asian Beef Heart! ;)),
but the cabbage and apple, and the coconut curry (minus chicken) might do?

may the Lord bless your search.
 

Desertsrose

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You make it with husband meat? :confused: LOL*ducks and runs*

Hi Blue,

Had to laugh at myself.

I saw the ducks and was looking for another kind of animal and got confused at the runs part. Was thinking you might have misspelled some animal and I just couldn't figure it out. Like using meat your husband hunted and killed. But now I got it after rereading it a few times! Yes, I'm slow. :)
 

notmyown

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you're not slow. she's just a v-e-r-y clever bug. :)
 

mochi

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have you tried to add a bit of Indonesian sweet soy sauce??
it can be found on Asian market i think..
i always add a bit of it (just a bit) ;)
it can be for stir fry, fried rice, grill chicken and many others..
but its just me ;)
adding mushrooms powder (example: totole brand) will make it taste good as well ;)
 

mar09

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MOCHI! i see ur alive because of ur post in the HR (recipes) forum!
 

Desertsrose

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Thanks Mochi!!!

I add mushrooms to all of my stir fries for their anti-cancer properties. I'm not sure, would the mushroom powder add a different flavor. The Indonesian sweet soy sauce sounds good. But I normally add some type of sweet in my stir fry, like I blend apricots or apricot jam with my soy sauce and that makes it sweet. I usually add something hot too, either red pepper flakes or sirachi sauce or something similar.
 

Desertsrose

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hub is a master of 'stir-fry', first and foremost, 'FRESH' and all he does is mix different veggies
with herbs and spices that always just seem to go together so very well - KEY= Sesame OIL
along with a good grade of Olive Oil that passes ALL of the olive-oil-tests...
I'm not real fond of sesame oil unfortunately because it adds tons of flavor. What herbs and spices do you use?
 

mochi

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i think its different (though i'm a fan of fresh mushrooms myself.. lol)
mushrooms powder is an extract i think? which can be use as natural msg? not quiet sure.. but it added flavor.. yummy!

i never tried apricot blend with soy sauce.. sounds fresh and healthy!
i read on net that you can make your own sweet soy sauce by mixing palm/brown sugar and soy sauce? dunno if the taste will be the same or not >_<
 
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Yahweh_is_gracious

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What I've had a couple of times in the past was Seitan used as a meat substitute. Made right and well seasoned, it tasted really good and had a texture in the dish that was so close to that of meat, I probably would not have been able to tell the difference if blindfolded.
 

Desertsrose

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What I've had a couple of times in the past was Seitan used as a meat substitute. Made right and well seasoned, it tasted really good and had a texture in the dish that was so close to that of meat, I probably would not have been able to tell the difference if blindfolded.
Thanks, YIG,


Yes, I've had seiten. I even made it myself twice. It amazingly does taste like meat. Thanks for the reminder. I'll have to give it a go again. :)