Monday, September 6, 2010

Dinner Tonight

Redneck Yakisoba

Fill up a one gallon stock pot with salted water and put on high heat until it comes to a boil.  Add one package spaghetti or fettucini noodles, broken into pieces of two to three inches each.

While the water and pasta are cooking, finely chop a strong white onion and two cloves of garlic.  Saute in a wok with olive and sesame oil until the onion is soft.  Add one pound of stew meat from your favorite meat producing animal.  Add one pint of sliced mushrooms and saute until the meat is browned and the mushrooms change consistency.  Add half a cup of white cooking wine, a quarter cup of soy sauce, and your favorite seasonings (pepper, sesame, chilis, etc.).  Add one bottle of your favorite terriyaki, kung pao, or General Tso's sauce, along with double that amount of water.  Add one bag frozen peas and carrots.Bring to a boil, then lower the temperature and allow to simmer uncovered until the sauce starts to thicken but is still slightly runny.

When the pasta is cooked to your tastes, drain well.  Put back in stock pot.  Pour meat, vegetables and sauce into stock pot and mix thoroughly with pasta.  Put over low heat, stirring very often, until the sauce is absorbed into and coats the noodles.

Serve hot with your favorite cold refreshing beverage.  Makes enough to feed a mongol horde.

1 comment:

Shannon said...

That sounds downright delectable!

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