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Cooking A Stir Fry Using My Own Spice

Updated on August 21, 2013

Making A Chicken Stir Fry

Today I was in the kitchen testing my products that I have on the market and I got a little hungry so I decided to make me something o eat so I went and grab one of my seasoning mixes and I came out with my Stir Fry Mix and I must say it was really good I used the mix and then I added some ingredients to suit my taste.

But what I did was made a pot of rice and let my family have it just the way I made the stir fry mixture and my family just ate it up but I'm a person that love to add a twist read on and follow me to see what I have done.

Chicken Stir Fry

Ingredients

1/2 cup Crisco Oil, divided

2 medium zucchini, cut into 1/4 inch slices

1 pound boneless chicken breasts, cut in 1-inch cubes

1/2 pound small mushrooms, sliced

1 (6 ounce) package frozen pea pods, thawed

Hot cooked rice, if desired

My twist of ingredients

1 Tablespoon of Sugar

1 teaspoon of fresh garlic

1 tablespoon of hot sauce

Take these items and add the hot sauce in a bowl then the sugar then the fresh garlic mix together to blend well then set aside.

Methods


  • To begin making this dish use the Handicapped Chefs Stir Fry Mix according toe package then set aside .
  • Heat 2 tablespoons Crisco oil in wok or big frying pan right until hot. Stir-fry zucchini around medium-high warmth right until zucchini is definitely crisp-tender. Transport to a plate.
  • While the wok is still hot add another 2 tablespoons of Crisco oil; prepare chicken in the wok and keep mixing it well so the chicken do not burn or scorch. Include pea pods and cooked zucchini; Stir carefully to mix effectively and heat at this point add the Stir fry mixture mix in well turn of heat then serve.
  • The twist was after the stir fry was made the regular way I took it up a notch by adding my sugar, hot sauce and fresh garlic mixture mix in well the pan should still be warm serve and enjoy m family had there's with rice I enjoyed mine in a soft taco shell ......yum it was so good.
  • If you would love to try my tasty Stir Fry Mix seasoning you can e-mail me at thehandicappedchefs@gmail.com. And one thing about my spices and herb mixtures they are made to order and all natural....fresh ingredients.
  • The cost of the spice is $1.95 for my sample package please try and enjoy.

Chicken Stir Fry

Making your on spices can be great because there are more healthier than the one that has been on the supermarket shelves plus they taste so much better if you make your own try for yourself.
Making your on spices can be great because there are more healthier than the one that has been on the supermarket shelves plus they taste so much better if you make your own try for yourself. | Source

Cooking A Stir Fry Using My Own Spice

5 stars from 2 ratings of Chicken Stir Fry

Talking About Fresh Made Seasonings

What you taste in my spices are real ingredients......Real flavors not like the things that's in your supermarket but these most spices and herbs you can really make yourself all it takes is a little time plus it can be fun while your doing it and the really great thing is when you the season the item making and try it on your family and friends you will be the talk of a on going conversation....But before you try it on other people try it on yourself o make sure you have it just the way you like it then your family and then your friends.

Below I going to share a video on how to make your own Spices and herbs then you decide and see for yourself what I'm talking about.

But before you move on to watch the video by Central Florida Gardening showing you how to make Your Own Rubs and Seasonings I want to share with you one of my quick seasoning recipes that i use to make when I first started making my own seasonings please try and enjoy.

Make your own poultry seasoning by combining:

1 cup of rubbed sage

1/2 cup of dried rosemary crushed

1/4 cup of nutmeg

1/2 cup of garlic powder

1/4 cup of dried cilantro

1/3 cup of dried marjoram

2 tablespoons of sea salt

1 tablespoon of ground black pepper

1 1/2 teaspoons of onion powder

1/2 teaspoon ground sage

Using a large bowl mix all the spices together and blend well then place in a half pint container until ready for use.

I suggest you store you seasoning in a cool dry place away from sun light.


Poultry Seasoning

Making your own seasoning can be really fun but the best thing about this is you know and understand hat your putting into it...So try making you own and see great tasting results.
Making your own seasoning can be really fun but the best thing about this is you know and understand hat your putting into it...So try making you own and see great tasting results. | Source

Central Florida Gardening - Make Your Own Rubs and Seasonings

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