Szeuchuan Dishes ?

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    Szeuchuan Dishes ?

    My fav' any tips ?
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    Szechuan ( sp ? )

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    Wanted a Wok for a wedding gift. 30 years later and i still don't have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Wanted a Wok for a wedding gift. 30 years later and i still don't have one.
    Bought a Lodge cast iron wok about 4 months ago and use it at least once a week. I like the cast Iron on the gas stove.

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    i HAVE ELECTRIC HEAT , its useless for a wok , just cant get hot enough
    I was loking for those hole in the wall Chinese joints , like Helens in Columbus Oh. Yes Helens

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manitoudan View Post
    i HAVE ELECTRIC HEAT , its useless for a wok , just cant get hot enough
    I was loking for those hole in the wall Chinese joints , like Helens in Columbus Oh. Yes Helens
    Buy a grill!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAC View Post
    Wanted a Wok for a wedding gift. 30 years later and i still don't have one.

    I cook with a Wok at least once a week.

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    I have no idea what's going on here.

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    Szechuan is a style of Chinese cooking , its a version featuring lots of spice and heat supplied by hot dry red peppers

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    No matter what recipe I try, I can never get my sauces to taste like they do at Chinese restaurant. For that matter, I also cannot get the seasoning for fajitas right either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoozYoDaddy View Post
    No matter what recipe I try, I can never get my sauces to taste like they do at Chinese restaurant. For that matter, I also cannot get the seasoning for fajitas right either.
    Need more cat.

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