Stir-fries are a popular weekday meal at my house. I try to keep things interesting by mixing up my sauces. From the basic Chinese sauces, you can blend new combinations every time you make a dish.
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Karl’s Oyster Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce
Eilene does not like mushrooms. I usually make a separate dish with the mushrooms for everybody else. There are many possible ways to sauce this dish, but today I decided on oyster sauce as the base sauce and then just threw in what pleased me.
Filed under Side Dishes, Stir-fry, Vegan, Vegetables, Vegetarian
Karl’s Stir-fried Mushrooms and Shrimp with Sichuan Garlic Sauce
The kid’s love mushrooms and, since son-in-law, Chris, is still avoiding noodles. I need to add a dish for Sunday’s dinner that will fill him up. Man does not live on meat alone, but he is trying with his keto diet.
Filed under Seafood, Shrimp, Side Dishes, Stir-fry
Karl’s Lamb, Oyster Mushroom, and Romaine Stir-fry
Jan and Eilene are still in England So I am still cooking for one. I got tired of tongue so I froze the last of it. If you ever make tongue make sure there are enough people to eat three pounds of meat in a meal or two.
Filed under Lamb, Main Dishes
Karl’s Asian Chicken or Pork Lettuce Cups
I am still trying to adapt to the combination of low fat and Ketogenic diets of my family. This Sunday I am posting two closely related recipes. This is the original recipe made with Hoisin sauce and sweet chili sauce, both of which have added sugar. I am going to adapt this recipe to be more in keeping with a Ketogenic diet in my second recipe.
Filed under Main Dishes, Poultry