Stir-fried beef with carrots, onions and long beans with just a touch of heat.
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I tried this tonight for dinner and it's really good. I like the marinade ingredients; I think they are perfect and it smells delicious. As for the sauce, this is the first time I have made a sauce from scratch for a chinese dish that actually blended together the way that it should. The only problem that I had was that I noticed that the sauce had a stronger flavor in some parts of the dish than in others; I dont know if I didnt stir it well enough before I poured it in or maybe I should have cut back on the oyster sauce. Any thoughts??
It's hard to say exactly Andrea. It could be either of the things you mentioned. It does sound like maybe you needed to stir the sauce into the stir fry a bit more, but again, it's hard to say. That's the great thing about cooking, we get to try things again and again until we are completely happy and comfortable with the techniques and the end results. Cheers!
I am a recovering alcoholic,but an aspiring cook.I was wondering if their is a way or thing to replace the rice wine in the recipe,and if so how would it affect the outcome/taste of this dish,will it not be as good if that is the case or will the alcohol taste cook out?I've only got 16 weeks of training (Through FareStart of Seattle)so there is a lot I have to learn,
Thank you Ron Y.
Hi Roy, The rice wine does give the dish a specific flavor and could possibly retain a bit of the alcohol content once it has cooked. Absolutely feel free though to experiment with other liquids to suit your needs. Here is a link that offers some substitutions. Orange juice would go nicely with this dish. Happy cooking! Cheers!