Nothing rings in the new year like Chinese inspired cuisine. Although far from authentic, this American/Canadian Chinese style food is still absolutely delicious! And a great thing about this type of meal is that it is so simple to make gluten-free. Just finish it off with a side of rice — I prefer steamed jasmine rice — and you’re good to go! The whole thing only took me 15 minutes to prepare, 20 if you include the time it took me to find my pairing knife. I have absolutely no idea why it was in the living room.
Okay, not entirely true. I tend to wander about a bit when I’m cooking. But still, I don’t usually leave knives in the living room. Oven mitts? Yes, they’re in there all the time, but not knives.
This dish is excellent as the flavour is not compromised if you add extra chili oil, sauce or crushed chili peppers which gives the dish a real zing. If you really cannot handle the spice, don’t add any at all chili at all, and it will still be delicious. Personally I cannot stand when my mouth is burning, but I do like things zesty, so I add just a pinch of crushed chilli’s to the sauce. Recipe serves about 4 people, 2 if you’re really hungry and don’t eat it with rice.
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