View Full Version : Stir Dry is GOOOOD!
05-15-2005, 07:31 AM
I just made the Stir Dry that Rawkinlocs posted here a while back. It was absolutely delicious - non Raw DH wolfed it down too! I added some corn kernels too.
The Stir Dry recipe in Alissa's book doesn't call for the dehydrator, but I really like that touch (i did half & half - with & without dehydrating. Both were good but dehydrating it made it more like stir fry and less like salad)
05-15-2005, 11:13 AM
oooh that sounds delicious, but I can't find the recipe :'(
05-16-2005, 02:31 PM
I have just searched all of the recipes and it is no where to be found! Could someone please clue us in??? I love chinese so maybe this will help with my cravings!
05-16-2005, 04:33 PM
Scroll down - it is by Rawkinlocs
05-16-2005, 05:28 PM
I just copied and pasted from Rawkinlocs' post.
Also, I got this tip from Todd (tglasco) to use soaked steel cut oat groats mixed with onion powder, a little oil and other seasonings for a taste like fried rice. He is RIGHT...I tried it one day and the texture of the soaked oat groats DID remind me of rice...
Can you, Rawkinlocs, or anyone else care to be a bit more specific about the recipe for fried rice? How long do steel cut oat groats have to be soaked? What other seasoning can be used to bring out the flavor similar to authentic fried rice?
It would be a great dish to bring to work for my lunch.
Looking forward to hearing more about it!
05-16-2005, 08:08 PM
Add olive oil, sea salt, onion powder (or chopped onions). You can add garlic or garlic powder or curry or basil, depending on your individual taste. I personally just do the oil, sea salt, onion powder and sometimes a little cayenne. Delicious!!
The seasonings that are typically used for fried rice green onions, green and red bell pepper, garlic, ginger, finely grated carrot, mushrooms, bean sprouts, nama shoya, sesame oil -wonderful
Out of the bag, I soak overnight, however, I have had them soaked for 4 hours and they are fine - I hope this helps
05-16-2005, 09:17 PM
Sweetlips, thank you for replying to these questions for me. :) I hadn't been on my computer since earlier today so I didn't know these questions had been asked.
05-17-2005, 08:59 AM
Do you dehydrate the "fried rice" to make it warm and not so wettish?
Actually, could someone just post the entire fried rice recipe from start to finish for us clueless types? :(
05-17-2005, 09:35 AM
What you see is it in the other post- but I will try a stab at making it a recipe here
1 cup of oat groats - covered with 1 cup of water -
2 tbs olive oil
11/2 tsp sesame oil
1 garlic clove chopped
1/2tsp grated or powder ginger
2 scallions chopped -more if you are an onion lover
1/4 red bell pepper
1/4 green bell pepper
1/8cup grated carrot
1/4 cup mushrooms
1/4 cup bean sprouts
nama shoya to your taste
1. Let the oat groats soak until all water is absorded.
2. Blend the olive oil, sesame oil and garlic clove together and let it sit as you soak the oat groats
3. Mix all of the veggies and the oil together and let it mellow - taste for self, and then add your nama shoya as you adjust it.
05-17-2005, 10:10 AM
Hello Sweet Lips!
Thanks for taking the time to do an elaboration on fried rice recipe. It is very much appreciated!
Have a very RAWSOME day!
05-17-2005, 11:11 AM
Thank you! :) Will try that soon!
05-17-2005, 12:00 PM
Thank you very much, sweetlips.
05-17-2005, 06:25 PM
I haven't tried the oat groats for the fried rice yet, but I use cauliflower. Last night, based on the Stir Dry success, I did put it in the dehydrator before serving and it was DELISH!! The dehydrator just soften the veggies and makes it that much nicer...(but i used to eat it without dehydrating too)
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