Filipino Cuisine: Stir Fried Mix Vegetables

Linda served the Pancit Bihon with Stir Fried Mix Vegetables on the side. Cooking the vegetables separately will ensure that the vegetables are crisp tender and not overcooked.

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Linda prefers her vegetables to be crunchy. The vegetables is stir fried with Annato flavoured oil too.

Ingredients

  • 1 medium carrot, sliced but not too thin
  • 2 stalks celery, sliced diagonally
  • 1 medium onion, cut into cubes
  • 2 packs sweet peas, string removed
  • 1 red bell pepper, sliced
  • 1 yellow pepper, sliced
  • 1 head broccoli, cut into floweretes
  • mushroom seasing to taste
  • sesame oil
  • oyster sauce
  • 6 cloves garlic, sliced
  • 1 package of frozen cooked shrimps, defrosted

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Source: Linda

Prep time: 30 minutes;  Cook time: 15 minutes;  Serves 8 to 10

Instructions

Stir-Fried-Mix-Vegetables-1-300x200If the shrimp is big, slice into halves.
Stir-Fried-Mix-Vegetables-2-300x200In a large frying pan, heat Annatto infused oil and garlic slices. Saute the garlic until fragrant and remove the garlic.
Stir-Fried-Mix-Vegetables-3-300x200Add onions and saute for a couple minutes.
Stir-Fried-Mix-Vegetables-4-300x200Add cooked shrimps and saute for another 2 minutes.
Stir-Fried-Mix-Vegetables-10-200x300Add the rest of the vegetables and stir fry until crisp tender for a few minutes.
Stir-Fried-Mix-Vegetables-5-300x200Finally, add the snow peas and return the fried garlic. Season with mushroom seasonings and oyster sauce to taste. Drizzle with a few drops of sesame oil and toss well.

Serve the Stir Fried Mixed Vegetables on the Pancit or as a side.

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  1. Thanks for the spotlight on Philippine Food,In an article of the front page of the Vancouver Sun,It reports that Filipinos have now become the largest source of immigrants to Canada overtaking China and India.I guess Filipino Food will continue to grow in popularity in Canada

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