Rated [Total: 2 Average: 5/5] Fire Woked Sweet & Sour Vegetarian Stir-Fryis a easy stir fry meal that can be made from just about any combination of vegies you may have on hand. simple yet filling, this makes a fast survival meal.
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Rated [Total: 2 Average: 5/5] Wok Fired Egg Fu Young with Vegi’s is a sort of shirred Chinese egg omelet. Eggs are a great survival food, as they don’t actually require refrigeration so you can save them for weeks and eat them after you have already gone through the perishable foods you may have […]
Rated [Total: 2 Average: 5/5] Lightly Fried Green Beans is a traditional Szechwan dish and is usually cooked with chili, preserved vegetables, and dried shrimp. This simple recipe dispenses with all these additional ingredients to keep it simple
Rated [Total: 0 Average: 0/5] Fu yung means “pretty face” in Chinese; it is a sort of shirred egg omelet. In a disaster, eggs can keep up to a few weeks outside of the refriderator, so this makes a good and easy wok fdish for a week after the disaster and you eaten up everything that is perisable.
Rated [Total: 0 Average: 0/5] Campfire Stir-fried Cabbage is a very simple dish, but tasty and delicious. and easy to make in a field kitchen or around the campfire. The crunchy texture of this stir-fried cabbage goes very well with roasted or broiled meat dishes such as Chicken or Pork Satay.
Rated [Total: 1 Average: 4/5] Spicy Campfire Stir-Fried Pork is a colorful stir-fry that pairs pork with ginger, chili, peppers, and Bok Choy or Chinese cabbage in a easy and quick Campfire Stirfry.
Rated [Total: 1 Average: 4/5] Lentil and Vegetable Campfire Stir-Fry. In any moderately long term disaster situation vegetables will be the most common food available.
Rated [Total: 1 Average: 5/5] Stir-Fried Spicy Beef with Mixed Vegetables. The Sichuan style vegetable and beef in this stir-fry adds a burst of salty, spicy, tangy flavor that offsets the fresh vegetables and rich, tender beef.