Well-seasoned lamb goes very well with many dishes. The lamb has to be salty and peppery enough. Just about a week ago, I cooked Lamb And Vegetable Rice Noodles. My family loved it very much. Since my family loves bok choy, I thought this would be a good combination. I was right….it was such a good match that the big plate of vegetables was not enough for 3 persons. I have to double the vegetables next time. The flavour of the lamb infused into the vegetables beautifully.
This dish is very simple, easy and quick if you have this cooked lamb in your fridge. To learn how to cook the lamb, it’s shown in the recipe, Lamb And Vegetable Rice Noodles. In fact there’s no fixed recipe to cook this vegetable dish. It won’t go wrong unless you put too much salt. Here is my recipe to share.
chicken stock granules
fried garlic oil
pinch of sugar
Wash the bok choi. Cut into halves in the middle. Cut the stems into halves again.
Slice the lamb meat into thin pieces. Panfry them gently in the pan to heat it up and also to release the flavour. Dish up.
Heat up some garlic oil in the frying pan. Add the vegetables and stir fry for a while. Add the chicken stock granules (a little is good enough)and sugar. Add the lamb meat and mix well. Dish it up onto a plate and serve hot. This dish goes very well with rice, noodles or potatoes.
Do you like lamb? How do you like it cooked? Do you add meat when you fry vegetables? Please share, add and comment in the comment box below.
Other vegetable stir fries that you may be interested in:
Fried Zucchini With Eggs
Okra Fried With Egg
Fried Garlic Green Beans
Fried Baby Leeks With Crisp Garlic Pork
Tenderstem Broccoli With Turkey Mince
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