Mixed Meat Stirfry-Stirfry De Carnes Mezclados

This is quick and easy and you can use any assortment of meats or vegetables… I used things in my fridge that I mixed together and ended up with this. Have fun cooking!

INGREDIENTS

4 Pieces of Chicken Legs and Thighs stripped of the meat with a sharp knife.
1 Kielbasa Sausage(Smoked Polish Sausage),sliced
Matchbox Sized Piece of Ginger,peeled and sliced into small matchsticks.

2 Spring Onions,sliced
2-3 Cloves of Garlic
Sesame Oil to taste
Dark and Light Soy Sauce to taste
1-2 Teaspoons of Chilli Flakes or to taste(I made mine very spicy!)
Half a Cup of Cloud Mushrooms/Black Fungus-Rehydrate in hot water,and rinse at least twice to get rid of grit. Slice into bitesized pieces.
1/4 of Savoy Cabbage
1 Tablespoon of Cornflour

METHOD

Firstly,remove the meat from the bone. You do this by making an incision into the leg and then making downward strokes away from you until the meat comes away from the bone. Repeat as necessary,and slice the meat into bite sized pieces. Chop,wash and drain the cabbage.

Chop the spring onions,and scrape the skin away the thin skin on the ginger,and chop into little sticks. Crush the garlic and chop the sausage. Heat some oil in a wok or pot,and add the spring onions,then the ginger and garlic. Fry for 3 minutes,and then add the meats; The chicken first,and then the sausage and cabbage. Fry for a further 5 minutes. Add the cornflour,and soy sauces to taste, and then add about a cup and a half of water. Leave on a moderate heat,for around 15 minutes,or until the chicken is tender,turn up the pan if the sauce is not the right consistency for you. Serve with sticky rice,kimchi,or pak choi. Enjoy!

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