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Paleo Stir Fry Sauce?

Commented on March 21, 2014
Created March 20, 2014 at 9:16 PM

Hey,

Love frying up some veggies and meat but can't find a SINNNGGLLLEE stir fry sauce recipe. I find lost of sauce recipes but nothing for a good stiry fry. I am a bit nervous to just toss up any oil and veggies and hope for the best- some ideas would be much appreciated!

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Maybe a little potato starch if one particularly likes velveted or gravy'd stir fries.

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I use ghee to do the hot bit ... then palm oil and tamari (fermented soy, no wheat) ... then stir in rice noodles with spoons of the noodle water. But I haven't perfected it. Might add coconut - can you freeze coconut milk?

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on March 21, 2014
at 10:27 AM

You could use some coconut aminos in place of soy sauce, for example.

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on March 21, 2014
at 02:14 AM

Most stir-fry sauces are little more than sugar, vinegar and salt. How about honey, apple cider vinegar (or citrus juice) and some gluten-free tamari? Or palm sugar, tamarind, and fish sauce (which is simply pad thai sauce)?

Spices are important too: garlic, ginger, chilis, five spice, etc…

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on March 21, 2014
at 01:40 AM

If you do bone broth, this is my no-fail stir fry that ends up giving you the tastiest sauce. Quickly, and over high heat, cook your meat of choice in tallow or lard (or oil of choice) and then set it aside. In the pan you used to cook your meat, add your vegetables. Stir them rapidly for a while, then add back the meat and a few dashes of fish sauce, and about 1- 1/2 tablespoons of tamari sauce and some chili flakes. Everything will be sizzling. Now add 1/3 - 1/4 cup bone broth and cook for a minute or so until most of it evaporates. DELICIOUS. Oh be sure your meat is well-marinated - good luck and enjoy this!

32f5749fa6cf7adbeb0b0b031ba82b46

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on March 21, 2014
at 12:14 PM

Maybe a little potato starch if one particularly likes velveted or gravy'd stir fries.

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on March 20, 2014
at 09:42 PM

I use coconut oil & butter to fry, then when almost done, add Thai fish sauce, hot sauce and a dash of liquid smoke or some sesame oil. Other alternative is my favorite curry powder during the frying. As Stephen listed, coconut curry is awesome as well, I use Mae Ploy curry paste for that as it has all clean listed ingredients.

736662d9fd6314d426cc6de1896aa045

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on March 21, 2014
at 01:10 AM

I use ghee to do the hot bit ... then palm oil and tamari (fermented soy, no wheat) ... then stir in rice noodles with spoons of the noodle water. But I haven't perfected it. Might add coconut - can you freeze coconut milk?

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on March 20, 2014
at 09:21 PM

I like coconut curry for stir frys/ It is pretty paleo with coconut milk as the main ingredient and it is low carb, if that is something that concerns you.

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