My mom was thrilled to bust out the wok for this one. That's seriously a massive wok, it barely fits in the cupboard! Anyway, it's perfect for flipping the food in a stir fry.
She made the dish with Sirloin beef strips, carrots, zucchini and mushrooms. It was super quick and easy to make, but tasted really great (according to all of them) and authentically Korean. It reminded my mom of the food her Korean friends in Illinois used to serve!
The sauce was the perfect thickness/consistency and the perfect amount for the suggested amount of veggies and meat (to serve a family). It wasn't very spicy, unlike the Red Thai Curry, and thus ideal for serving to a less adventurous audience or those with more sensitive palate.
They all said they would love to eat this meal again!
Moroccan Harissa Sauce
Minimal effort, maximal flavor returns, and healthy ingredients? Yes, please!
My mom's only (small) complaint was the packaging of the sauces. Squeezing the sauce out was a little messy (you'll definitely want to rinse your hands after); she always got it all over her fingers. A spout with a little round lid (like those on milk/juice cartons) in one corner would be better. One could push the sauce towards that corner and then out. Voila, clean hands.
What is your favorite ethnic cuisine?
How often do you eat takeout?
What do your dinners usually look like?