|by Frances H Green|
During the mid-nineteeth century Frances Green was one of Rhode Island's most famous writers.
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Rinse oysters and drain. Then ... Dip in flour, coating all of them ... NOTE: A delicious and superior fried oyster. I'd hate to cook these for 25 people!
Drain oysters; coat them with bread ... and milk mixture. Have another dish with bread crumbs. Salt, pepper, paprika coat them again. Place in deep fat.
Place peanut oil ... sherry and cornstarch for chicken coating. Toss chicken ... 4 servings. Note: Oyster sauce is a ... sauce made of oysters, brine and ... from toasted sesame seeds.
Also will need: ... chicken with velvet coating. 2. Slice ... stir fry chicken for about 2 minutes, ... sauce thickens (may need to add more cornstarch).
Combine sherry and ... chicken, stirring to coat well. Cover and marinate for 3 minutes, stirring ... reserving marinade. Stir oyster sauce and cornstarch ... with sauce. Serves 4.
Combine sherry and ... chicken, stirring to coat well. Cover and marinate for 30 minutes, stirring ... reserving marinade. Stir oyster sauce and cornstarch ... coat with sauce. Serves 4
Peel shrimp (if ... rotate wok to coat side. Add garlic ... bok choy leaves, oyster sauce, and 1 ... seconds. Garnish with green onions. Makes 5 servings.
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