Post # 1
Hey ladies! Tonight I’m planning on stir-frying some buffalo chicken sausage with peppers and onions and serving it over rice. I’m looking for suggestions on making it a little more tasty. The last time I made this it was decent, but I didn’t use any type of sauce so once I poured it over rice it was a little bland. Not sure what kind of sauce (if any) I could use with this combination. Any suggestions appreciated! 🙂
Post # 4
Hmmm, try soy sauce, a little chicken stock, sprinkle of sugar or morin and sesame oil.
I usually just make a stir fry sauce with what ever is in the frigde.
Try oyster sauce?
Post # 6
I do! That might just be perfect! Thanks!
Ya I’m not going food shopping until tomorrow so I’m trying to use up what I have at home too. Thanks for the suggestion!
Post # 7
I love putting powdered ginger (or grated if I have fresh) into a stirfry… I think it really takes it up a notch!
Post # 8
I love stir fry and I make it a lot. It’s one of the ways I got my hubby to eat more veggies before we were married. Typically, I like to marinate the meat I will be using. My marinate includes soy sauce, oyster sauce, minced garlic, and white pepper.
Post # 9
I just had stir fry tonight. To keep it from being dry I use a bit of broth. Then I just use some of whatever sauces I have in the fridge and feel like putting in. As long as it isn’t dry it is usually pretty good.