Marcy Dineen Medeiros

  • ½ C Soy Sauce
  • ½ C Olive Oil
  • 4 T Wine (White or Red)
  • 2 t Sugar
  • 1 t Ginger
  • 2 Cloves of Garlic
  • Add vegetables as desired, i.e. green onion, mushrooms, onions, etc.

You can use this sauce over chicken or beef. I prefer beef. I slice Chuck Steak, brown it in oil, add water and simmer for an hour until meat is tender. Drain water and pour sauce over meat from above. Simmer for 10-15 minutes. Mix 1-2 T of flour with water to thicken (or cornstarch) in a cup. Mix to make paste and add to sauce to thicken. Let cook another 5-10 minutes at low temperature until thickened.

This recipe usually gets made about once a week since, it just goes over cooked Minute Rice, some vegetables on the side and a roll. Easy and hardly any work for a worknight. Even the picky ones like this one.