Rachael’s approach to food is that it should be quick, fresh, healthy and straightforward. She likes to keep the ingredients simple so you are able to taste the original flavor of the food when it’s done. Rachael explains, “Broccoli should taste like broccoli, carrots like carrots, and fish should have the aroma and flavor it was created to have. Flavors should only enhance the food, not change it to be unrecognizable.” I like this approach. Once again, her wisdom speaks. However, it wasn’t until after tasting her version of stir-fry, that I discovered the pure magic in this style of cooking. To quote Rachael, “A half bottle of water makes the loudest noise.” You don’t need to add a dozen different ingredients to get the greatest taste. Sometimes simple is best.
I’m very honored to be able to feature Rachael and some her recipes in my upcoming cookbook under the chapter called China. But for now, I’m excited to share her Super Simple 6 minute Chinese Stir Fry recipe with you. There are only six basic ingredients in this dish but trust me, the flavor of this stir fry is anything but ordinary. Now, my family can finally enjoy Chinese food the way it is supposed to taste. No MSG, no preservatives, just amazing! Thanks, Rachael!
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