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Cajun Stir Fry

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An easy to make Cajun stir fry

An easy to make Cajun stir fry

Today we have a simple idea for a stir fry with plenty of scope for adaption. You will need:

One large onion

Two peppers (any colour)

a punnet of mushrooms

Three or four thin slices of parma ham

Four thin slices of chorizo sausage

Four slices of Pepperoni

Six frankfurter sausages

160 grams of fresh king prawns, cooked

One cup of rice

A good shaking of Cajun spices

An interesting mix of cooked meat, seafood and vegetables

An interesting mix of cooked meat, seafood and vegetables

Method

Put a pan of boiling water on the stove. Once it is boiling add the cup of rice and stir gently. Next dice the onion as thin as possible. Then chop the peppers and mushrooms and roughly chop the frankfurters, and dice the cooked meat.

Take a large wok and add a tablespoon of olive oil. Add the diced onion and break it up with a spatula, stirring regularly until the onion is a light caramel colour. Then add the mushrooms and continue to stir until they have shrunk down. The peppers are added next and lightly fried.

Stir fry all the ingredients

Stir fry all the ingredients

After them you add the meats, the frankfurters and the prawns. Finally add two tablespoons of Cajun spices. Once the rice is cooked drain the water and add to the stir fry. Continue to stir well and taste a bit. If it needs a bit more spice add a sprinkle. Finally dish it up into a large bowl and serve. And thats your lot!

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Written by Nick Gilmartin

July 22, 2008 at 10:02 pm

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  1. Wish you still lived at home son and cooked like this for me everynight!!!!

    Mum

    September 15, 2009 at 2:44 pm


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