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Nov 12, 2013

From My Garden-BOW

Green Onions are great in a salad.
 

 
Stir-fry Recipe
 
Cube your favorite meat into manageable pieces (chicken, beef, pork or lamb)
Thinly slice the following
 2 carrots
 2 onions
1 red or green bell pepper
 a clove of garlic, (optional, I love garlic so I tend to use it)
Drain one can of pineapple chunks but keep juice handy
1 small pgk. frozen snow peas
Salt/pepper
 
Heat wok or skillet on medium to high heat before adding peanut oil or your favorite oil.
Add meat and salt/pepper.  Stir continually for about 3 to 5 minutes.
Add all other ingredients except juice from pineapples, stir continually.
If necessary, add tablespoons of juice. The more you add the sweeter if becomes. I don't add very much.
Serve over a steaming portion of rice.
Enjoy!!
 
 

5 comments:

Gene Black said...

I love onions and garlic too, so I use them often.

Needled Mom said...

I love how you always provide a recipe with the design .... great onion!

Tammy said...

I love love love onions are garlic and cook with them practically every day. Thank you for the recipe. It sounds delicious

Barb said...

Oh my....give me some garlic and onions...ummm ummmm

desertskyquilts said...

Thanks! My DH used to make stir fry and I never watched to see how it's done, but I have two woks still, so I will try this. Love your onions!

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