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Old 10-21-2003, 03:28 PM   #1
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Anyone do any serious cooking with a wok? I am not talking about just buying some pre-made bag of stuff and dumping it in either. Any good recipes?
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I heard you could wok a dog...
bada-dump!

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Old 10-21-2003, 03:55 PM   #3
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I heard you could wok a dog...
bada-dump!

BOOOOO!!

::throws tomatoes and other produce::


Wok's are pretty easy to cook with. Just be creative throw in whatever you like and cook it all.

I prefer chicken so I will usually marainate some chicken and then throw that in and cook it for a little bit and I then I will throw in some veggies and some seasonings. and Ta da Stir fry

add rice and you got a complete meal.
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I like making seafood Thai curry dishes in a wok.

If you have a good asian grocery store near you, pick up:

Panang, Red, or Green curry paste
Kaffir lime leaves
Thai basil
Coconut Milk
Fish Sauce
Fresh chilis
Tamarind
canned Straw Mushrooms
canned baby corns
canned bamboo shoots
any other vegetables you want, fresh, canned, or frozen
rice

Then at a good fish market get:
Shrimp
Scallops
Mussels

- Cook a bunch of rice in a pot
- Sautee the scallops and shrimp and steam the mussels
- Follow the directions on the curry paste for preparing the liquid... simmer it up and add your vegetables and seafood

serve the curry over rice
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Lots of red, green, and yellow peppers, carrots, onions, chives, milk, some kind of meat, I like chicken, and I go to the oriental cooking section of the grocery store and pick up a bunch of bottles of different sauce stuff. I dont have a wok but I can sautee like a mad man.

I also make some mean alfredo, lasagna and manicotti.
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Heh. Thanks for the tips. I was thinking more along the lines of ingredients that I might have around the house anyways... although I am not above buying a ton of different sauces. I am also thinking along the lines of fajita stuffing creation. Some onions, peppers, meat, etc. Anyone ever tried this?
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Esoteric OT reference in 3...2...1...

I keep clicking on this thread expecting Funker's pic thread.
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