Servings: three to four as a side dish.
Cut in small pieces, broccoli can be quickly stir-fried and glazed with oyster sauce and a hint of sesame oil. If possible, buy oyster sauce at a store where Asians shop. Lee Kum Kee oyster sauce has a richer, more appealing flavor than brands developed for the American supermarket. If you have fish sauce on hand, add a small splash to the sauce. Serve this dish as part of an Asian-influenced dinner with steamed rice to soak up the sauce. It also makes a delicious and simple vegetable main dish; add a few water chestnuts for crunch.
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Very easy and very good. I didn't use the peppers.
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