Best Stir Fry Recipe

March 04, 2014  •  19 Comments

  Ok are you ready for the best stir fry recipe EVER!!! You have got to try this out! I totally made it up, but it's so yummy!! Jesse even liked it and we felt like we were eating out at HuHot's! The best part... we were sitting in our own living room chilling!

  All right, let's get started... first lot's of chopping! First... your choice of meat. This is pork, but any kind of meat would be good really! I cut the pork into chunks and then sliced the chunks into small slivers so they were thin enough to cook up fast once they hit the hot skillet.

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  Onions,

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  Once everything is chopped, I added 1/4 of a cup of Soy sauce,  red pepper flakes, a couple heaping teaspoons of chopped garlic, and several drops of the Devil Drops hot sauce. Any hot sauce will do, I've used Tabasco sauce before too. And then the special Thai sweet and sour sauce! That's what is in the canning jar. This I buy from a little Thai lady here in North Dakota that makes the BEST Thai food EVER! She also sells her Sweet and Spicy Thai sauce by the jars.... you could probably find something similar to this if you search. I'm fortunate enough to be able to buy it from her and I swear it's the best sauce ever!! : ) I added probably a 1/3 of a cup of Thai sauce!

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 Try this out and you won't regret it... it's so easy and yummy!! Seriously.... you have to try this!

 


Comments

19.Chasity Noel(non-registered)
I love new recipes, and I love even more so, that there are corresponding photos! Nicely done. =)
18.Donna(non-registered)
Yum! I just might need to try this one...thanks for the share.
17.Anne Herbert(non-registered)
This looks delicious!
16.Tim Poole(non-registered)
Now I am hungry. Lovely shots.
15.Amy O'Neal Productions(non-registered)
Looks yummy!! I hate cooking, but you can cook for me ANYTIME1 ;)
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