Get ready for some Chinese take-out (at home)

Make your own Chinese recipes this week

Sukiyaki

1 lb. Round steak

1 tbsp. oil

1/2 lb. Sliced mushrooms

1 bunch gr. onions (cut 1 1/2 inches long)

3 stalks celery

2 lg. onions

1 can bamboo shoots

3 tbsp. Sugar

1/3 c. soya sauce

1 chicken boullion cube

3 c. Raw spinach leaves

Brown meat. Add all except for spinach. Simmer until vegs. are tender, but still crisp. Add spinach and cook until wilted.

Chow Mein

Pork, Beef, or Chicken

Cabbage

Onions

Mushrooms & Juice(Canned)

Soya sauce

Bean Sprouts

Butter

Sugar

Saute’ meat. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer until vegs. are tender but still crisp. Serve with rice.

Dora Miner is a local cook and baker who writes a regular column for The Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer.

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