|by Patrick Mikanowski|
The potato has become so familiar to everyone today - it is the uncontested star on the menu of chefs both great and small - that we tend to forge...
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Cook all above ... like a pancake in oil. Serve with rice and sauce. Heat in saucepan until hot. Heat in saucepan until thickened. Add water if too thick.
Prepare 1 package ... 1 tablespoon soy sauce, 1/2 teaspoon ... cornstarch, 2 tablespoons soy sauce and 2 cups water; cook until thick. Serve over Egg Foo Yung.
Saute the sprouts ... Add the soy sauce, onion, bean ... mixture into the skillet and brown on both sides. Repeat until egg mixture is used up. Serves 6.
Prepare rice according ... eggs with soy sauce, salt and ... griddle. Combine and cook over medium heat until thick. Serve sauce over egg foo young. Serves 4.
Beat 6 eggs. Add 1 tablespoon soy sauce, 1 1/2 ... and 1/4 cup chopped onion. Drop 1/3 cup on hot skillet and brown. Prepare and top Egg Foo Yung with it.
Beat eggs - ADD bean sprouts, sauce, meat. Heat ... "gravy mix" until completely heated. Place 3 pancakes on plate, cover with gravy, add soy sauce to taste.
Beat eggs with soy sauce; add sprouts, ... Over low heat, slowly stir in water; cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until desired thickness and bubbly.
About 50 minutes before supper, make sauce: Combine first ... cover with heated sauce. Serve with chow mein noodles and fluffy rice. Makes 3 or 4 servings.
Heat the oil ... pepper and soy sauce until frothy. Add ... Cook over low heat until the eggs set. Fold over and slide onto serving plate. Serve at once.
Heat oil in ... onion and soy sauce. Pour 1/4 ... other side. Serve with hot sauce: 1 tbsp. soy sauce Stir above with: Bring to boil, serve with patties.
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