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transitive verbstir-frying, stir-fried, stir-fries
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- Fish featured strongly on the specials menu and the halibut was superb - a solid steak of meaty white fish, served with crisp stir-fried vegetables.
- Vegetables should only be stir-fried or steamed until they are still crisp and bright-colored.
- There was a nice waxy potato and onion gratin, stir-fried savoy cabbage, sweet roast carrots, quite acceptable courgette and mangetout.
- I cooked stir-fried vegetables with noodles (I'm told that's chow mein) and beef in a black bean sauce.
- For example, Konbu-irichii is a regional dish in which shredded kelp and pork are stir-fried.
- This is a real treat served with crunchy stir-fried vegetables.
- I cooked the chicken, put it aside and stir-fried the vegetables.
- Share it with someone who gets stir-fried vegetables.
- Dinner might be stir-fried vegetables with tofu, fruit and almonds.
- Also try the drizzle with fresh raw oysters, steamed or pan-fried fish or tossed through quickly stir-fried vegetables, or chunks of hot, roasted pumpkin and kumara or root vegetables.
- I wanted to take them home and make them mint tea and feed them stir-fried tofu and vegetables.
- Vegetarians can try stir-fried golden mushrooms with gingko.
- Meats and vegetables sautéed or stir-fried in a small amount of oil, broth or water are usually lower in fat.
- We were having stir-fried vegetables and steak, along with a bowl of sweet rice with a few plentiful drops of soy.
- Born in 1950 in Tucson, Arizona, he found American food inedible compared with his mother's cooking so she sent him to school with a flask of hot rice and stir-fried vegetables.
- Green beans or stir-fried courgettes would be perfect to accompany.
- Lettuce is known in Cantonese as sung choi, which literally means raw vegetable, and is more likely to be braised, stir-fried or added to clear soups, as it is in France.
- Michael's dish turned out to be stir-fried vegetables with tiger prawns on rice, topped with oyster sauce.
- Heat a quarter of the butter in a frying pan or wok and stir-fry the pancetta until crispy, for about 3 minutes.
- The first impression was the sesame seed flavour and hints of ginger that came through in the beautiful sauce in which the BBQ vegetables were stir-fried.
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