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Stir-Fried Vegetarian “Duck” with Chili, Bell Pepper and Black Beans July 1, 2008

Filed under: Food Talk — veganshane @ 12:41 pm

As I said  in my previous post Sunday was my birthday, one of the gifts Kala gave me was the book Authentic Chinese Cuisine: for the Contemporary Kitchen By Bryanna Clark Grogan. The first recipe we made from it was Stir-Fried Vegetarian “Duck” with Chili, Bell Pepper, and Black Beans.  It called for the old stand by a can of mock duck and we tweaked it a little bit adding a little more chili, maybe next time a bit more than we did on the first run through, and substituted yellow bell for the red bell.  It was a very tasty dish and very very easy. We had it with black jasmine rice.

–Shane

Photos: Kala

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2 Responses to “Stir-Fried Vegetarian “Duck” with Chili, Bell Pepper and Black Beans”

  1. Gorgeous photos! Everything looks so glossy & bright!

  2. veganhomemade Says:

    I thought those were black beans on the plate at first, that would’ve been an odd combo. I made sweet and sour mock duck once, but I wasn’t a huge fan of the canned duck, the texture bugged me out a little bit.


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