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Balsamic Broccoli

Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 12:06 PM

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Balsamic Stir-Fry Sauce

from 2014-10-02 but without the agave

Combine all ingredients up to the red pepper. Beat/mix well. Add the canola oil to a hot wok and stir-fry the garlic until cooked and flavorful. Add to the rest of the sauce

Add whatever oil you want for the stir-fry and, once hot, add the vegetables. Let sit for 20-30 second to develop some char and then toss. Repeat a few times and then keep tossing to cook evenly. If there is a lot or it isn't cooking well, you can add a tiny bit of water and then keep tossing while that steams out but try to avoid if possible.

When fully cooked, add the sauce and stir to combine. Keep stirring until it is bubbling and thickens. About 1 minute.



OLD VERSION:

This is an older recipe that I have not been very happy with recently. See2014-10-02for my reattempt. I will update this page as it progresses~~


This is most recently based on 2013-07-18. Last Updated2013-09-18

BalsamicBroccoliChicken

Mix together:

Take out some liquid and add:

Add everything back together and add

Set aside. Cut up

Steam the broccoli for 4 minutes or until mostly done. Possibly in batches

Meanwhile. cut

Into strips. Coat with flour as needed. Add just enough canola oil to the pan to coat most of it and then also use pan. When hot (set to about 8/10) add the chicken. Let it cook until mostly done. Add the brococli and the sauce. Stir and let the broccoli cook more. Keep stirring as more liquid from the broccoli mixes. Reduce the heat to 4-5 and let it keep cooking down. Keep stirring until everything is well coated and most of the sauce is thick and mixed well.

Notes: As noted above, this was much thicker dressing but I liked it. It is also worth noting that there aren't any chemicals, etc in it. It's all pretty natural
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[cut out nutrition on old version]

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