Marilyn's turkey chow mein

Yield: 4 Servings

Measure Ingredient
4 \N -(up to)
6 tablespoons Sesame oil
1 dash (generous) garlic powder
1 dash (generous) ginger
1 large Onion;cut into 1\" wide strips
3 cups Cut-up left-over turkey
½ cup Red wine
¼ cup Terriyaki sauce
\N \N Cornstarch mixed with:
\N \N Water (to make roux)
½ can Sliced water chestnuts
1 \N Whole red pepper; cut into 1\" strips
1 \N Whole green pepper cut into 1\" strips
1 cup Left-over turkey that has been cut up into chunks (additional)
1 can Washed & drained bean sprouts
1 \N Generous splash terrikaki sauce
⅛ cup Water
\N \N Honey

From: Marilyn Sultar <spartica@...> Date: Tue, 20 Aug 1996 18:21:33 +0000 In wok, heat up 4-6 tbsp. sesame oil with a generous dash of garlic powder & a generous dash of ginger. Heat till hot...then add a lrg. onion that has been cut into 1" wide strips...cook till a bit translucent...then add 3 cups cut-up left-over turkey. Add ½ cup red wine...and ¼ cup terriyaki sauce...make a roux with cornstarch & water...add, and stir....then add ½ can sliced water chestnuts, 1 whole red pepper, cut into 1" strips & 1 whole green pepper cut into 1" strips...add another cup of left-over turkey that has been cut up into chunks...and a can of washed & drained bean sprouts....add a generous splash of terrikaki sauce..⅒/8 cup water...and drizzle some honey into mixture...toss all together...then turn heat down to simmer & cover for about 10 minutes. Serve with rice. This turned out so delicious that we had it a twice in a row! <g>....easy to do...fast to make and heathy for you!

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