|What's Cooking: Fish & Seafood|
|by Carol Tennant|
Fish and seafood are naturally full of vitamins and essential oils, making them a healthy substitute for meat.
Results 1 - 10 of 32 for chinese chop suey
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In pressure cooker, brown 1 pound hamburger. Add: Add water not quite to cover and cook 10 minutes. Remove cover and add: Heat without the cover. ...
Pour a couple ... When vegetables are almost done, add 1 or 2 cans sprouts 2 1/2 jars Chinese gravy sauce. Stir until mixed well and thicken with flour.
Cook celery and onions with 2 cups of water and 1 bouillon cube. Cook hamburger in skillet with some onions (for flavor) and 1 bouillon cube. Add ...
Saute onions in ... seasoning to taste, if necessary. Serve with Chinese noodles, rice or as hot ... over open buns. Makes 7 quarts. May be cut in half.
Julienne vegetables. Saute ... teaspoon brown sugar, 1 teaspoon salt and 2 tablespoons red wine for sauce. Add sauce to chop suey. Stir well. Serve hot.
Melt butter, add ... bean sprouts, and vegetables. Mix thoroughly. Add thickening. Stir lightly and cook 5 minutes. Serve with Chinese noodles or rice. Mix.
Cut beef and pork into 1/2-inch cubes. Mix bouillon cubes with 1 gallon boiling water. Mix remaining ingredients to water and meat. Simmer until meat ...
Cut steak into ... are clear. Add Chinese vegetables, bean sprouts, ... starch with 1 cup water to thickness wanted. Serve with hot cooked rice. Serves 6-8.
Mix hamburger, dry ... bean sprouts and Chinese vegetables, and add ... the morning and when ready to serve, put casserole in oven until warmed through.
Brown meat in oil. In large covered pan put meat, onions, celery, soups, soy sauce and water. Pour over meat mixture. Stir in raw rice, mixing well. ...
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