That's way better than the things I was likely to phone it. No water chestnuts? No! I found slicing your ginger into matchstick shaped pieces whenever aromatics that are prepping a good ...
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- That's way better than what I was going to call it.
- No water chestnuts?
- I found slicing your ginger into matchstick shaped pieces when prepping aromatics makes a good size so you don't get a mouth overload of fiberous gunk.
- Any extra tips on how to prep the sauces? Can most be made on the spot or is it better to pre-prep in bulk?
- Sauces always taste better after a few days at least to meld favors, but you can make as needed in a pinch.
- How about storage? Fridge or cupboard?
- I usually don't worry about this too much, but often they end up in the fridge for convenience. I imagine that most of these sauces would be full enough with preservatives of one sort or another to be fairly shelf stable. When you start adding additional ingredients like garlic or green onions there could be some off-flavors developing in warmer climes, but overall I'm not sure it matters unless you never use it. I've been fairly careless about this with my soy sauce bases and had no issues, but can't speak for all.
- i make mine on the spot. none of the ingredients needed for the sauces go bad easily, and most of them you probably have already anyways (soy sauce, brown sugar, garlic, pepper, etc). it's pretty easy to just measure the ingredients by the spoonful.
- I make fried rice in much the same fashion, just throw in a cup or so of cooked brown rice (day old refrigerated tice is best). I also hit upon a wonderful sauce combination: 3 parts soy sauce, 2 parts Worcestershire sauce, 1 part fiah sauce, a good squirt of sriracha, a spoonful of Huy Fong chili garlic sauce for a little kick, and about as much brown sugar, chopped garlic if you have any, garlic powder will do in a pinch. I probably don't actually need half of that stuff, but damn if it don't taste great.
- This was already posted on here a month ago: https://www.reddit.com/r/foodhacks/comments/41rv7c/guide_to_stirfrying/
- Yeah just throw this on r/archer and (which one is it?) literally rake in the karma.
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