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    • By DerHusker
      I’m really getting into wok cooking. Here a cook I did last Sunday for Dinner.
       
      Here are most the ingredients.

       
      Ingredient List:
      2 Tbsp light soy sauce
      1 Tbsp oyster sauce
      1 Tsp Siracha
      1 Tbsp butter
      2 eggs, beaten, seasoned with salt
      2 Tbsp cooking oil (I used Sesame)
      2 cloves garlic, chopped (approximately 1 1/2 tsp)
      1 1/2 tsp chopped ginger
      1/2 cup small diced onion (approximately 1/2 of medium size onion)
      1 boneless skinless chicken thighs (approximately 4 to 5 oz) (I used Chicken Breast)
      1/4 cup carrot, small diced
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      1/4 cup frozen peas, optional (I added Celery)
      4 green onions, chopped
      sesame seeds for garnish
      salt and pepper
       
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      Next was the carrots. (Cooked for approximately 1 minute)

      Next was the chicken. (Cooked until it was opaque)

      Next was the celery including some leaves. (Cooked for approximately 1 minute)

      Now I added the rice and the sauce. (Mixed it together and cooked for approximately 1 minute)

      Next, I moved the mixture aside and added another tbsp. of sesame oil

      and added the beaten eggs. (Cooked until it had mostly formed solid. Approximately 1 minute)

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      And finally, I added the green onion.

      I cooked it for approximately 30 seconds and served.

       
      Sorry no plated shot but this was delicious!
       
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    • By Marty
      I found this interesting.Please disregard if already posted.
       
    • By John Setzler
      4 cups cauliflower rice (make from whole cauliflower in food processor)
      8 oz diced chicken breast (or your favorite meat/protein) tossed in 1 tsp oil
      1 cup fresh or frozen green peas
      1 cup diced carrots
      1 cup diced onion
      2 cloves minced garlic
      1 tablespoon sesame oil
      2-3 tablespoons soy sauce
      2 beaten eggs
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