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Chicken and Bean-curd Stir-fry

Next in the series of cooking on the road videos is Chicken and Bean-curd Stir-fry – a recipe by Peter from Oslo in Norway via horizonsunlimited.com


(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jI7M9dWSIIs)

Ingredients:

  • sunflower oil
  • 2 chickenbreast
  • garlic
  • green paprika
  • sugar peas
  • spring onion
  • cabbage
  • beancurd/light miso
  • unsalted cashew nuts

Method:

Cut everything into thin slices,except the sugar peas and nuts. Stir fry in above order. I usually precut all ingredients at home,so this meal is best eaten on a weekend trip, also, buying so little quantity ingredients in the local market may be more trouble than it’s worth in our part of the world.

Is it worth the hassle? Yes, it is so much better than expensive dehydrated packets, though they have their time, and with a good pilsner beer you are satisfaction guaranteed.

Peter, in Oslo (GSPeter)

Sweet & Sour Chicken

Keeping up the series of on-the-road recipes today I had a crack at a meal suggested by Flyingdoctor (Allan from Staffordshire in the UK) fromĀ horizonsunlimited.com


(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4c5uk-fNUoo)

Ingredients:

  • Chicken Breast
  • Red / Green Pepper
  • Packet Chinese Sauce

Method:

I brown off the cubed chicken an onion and some green or red peppers then chuck in one of those little packets of chinese sauce. If you can’t find fresh chicken then I’ve used frankfurters (Norway of course!), which are lovely. I’ve made a sauce from tomato puree when nothing else was available. Throw some rice in there and you’ve got a decent meal.
(Flyingdoctor)