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easy stir fry on the outdoor camping stove

Please enjoy this video of me rolling and cutting hand made pasta

I love cooking stir fry on my Brs-7 camping stove, on my back porch.

Well there is a global pandemic and we are all sheltering in place. Staying at home and learning to cook new things is how I will pass the time while we Shelter In Place.

This dish is inspired by a Chinese restaurant in Gillette Wyoming. The name of the restaurant was Hong Kong. My wife and I would go every chance we got. We would always order the Subgum pork chow mein. I have been trying to duplicate this dish for years. I think I finally nailed it.

During these hard time I am cooking food that is nostalgic for me. This dish conjured up some good memories for me and wifey.

I wish I could share the food with you, but the video will have to do. I love you all

ingredient list
pork

celery
carrots
peas
water chestnuts
garlic
shallot
ginger

salt
pepper
msg
cornstarch
wine
soy sauce

chicken stock

The marketing for the BRS-7 Titan Oil Stove claims that the stove will boil one liter of water in one minute.

Today we put those marketing claims to the test.

Air temperature 77º f
water temperature 73º f

Bean sprouts might be my favorite vegetable. They are easy to grow in your kitchen cupboard. I use cheap easily available mung beans to grow sprout just like you see in a Chinese restaurant.

In this video I will show how to grow sprout using just a few simple tools. You will need a mason jar, a special sprouting lid and a bag to keep light from hitting your sprouts.

cooking on my back deck with brs 7 camping stove

Why buy mayonnaise when you could easily make it from a few simple ingredients? Assemble your mise en place and i will show you how to make this beginner recipe.

INGREDIENTS
4 egg yolks
3 cups grapeseed oil
3 tablespoons white vinegar
2 tablespoons water
1/2 tablespoon kosher salt
1/2 tablespoon dijon mustard
1//4 teaspoon honey

How to light your BRS-7 camping stove.

I picked up a vintage coleman stove for 15$. I love frying foods in cast iron outdoors on this vintage coleman stove. I chose to make this video with no talking just to showcase the beauty of the process of cooking this food

recipe:
12 boneless chicken thighs

marinate for 1 hour in

3 cups buttermilk
1/4 cup pickle juice

seasoned flour
2 cups all purpose flour
1 cup corn starch
2 tablespoons creole seasoning
1 tablespoon granulated garlic
1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
1 tablespoon kosher salt
1 teaspoon msg

fry in 2 quarts of oil at 320ºf until golden brown

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CategoryCuisine