Stir fried shrimps and bell peppers.

If you prepare the shrimp the night before, the next you can cook easily.
Photos: 1996/09/09 , Made on: 1997/07/13

Reference book: YOSHIO MARUMOTO, "SHIN KATEI RYOURE" A quick stir-fry with Tsurumurasaki and shrimps, pp.106-107 CHUUOU KOURONSAH Kurasinosekkei 170, 1986/6/1, \1,960
I got the idea from the reference book. Mr. Marumoto uses a vitacraft. (an unique kind of pan, like an anhydrous pan) I have the same pan, but in a busy morning, ItŐs useful to use a Teflon frying pan. ItŐs also easy to wash the pan.

To cooks
1 Makes: 3-4 for lunch boxes
  • 3-4 shrimps for each person (about)
  • 3 bell peppers (sweet green pepper)
  • Some salt
  • 1 teaspoon oyster-sauce
  • A half or a quarter teaspoon soy-sauce
  • Prepare the shrimp for cooking well. I mean to take out the inside of the shrimp. It is best to clean the shrimp just before cooking, but it is possible to do so the night before. I always let Satoshi (my second son) do that solely.
    2 Heat a Teflon frying pan and put a little oil. Light fry the shrimp about 1 minute. Turn over the shrimp and keep frying 1 minute. DonŐt fry them after they become red and then remove it to a plate.
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    Take out the inside of bell peppers without a knife and then tear bell peppers to pieces. In this picture I fry them separately, but if the amount is small, first fry together and then remove the shrimp when they become red. After bell peppers cooked, add the shrimp in the pan and then put oyster-sauce. Shake the pan and let oyster-sauce coat all ingredients and then add a little soy-sauce. There is a knack to seasoning oyster-sauce, a light oyster-sauce flavor is best.
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    Contents copyright 1996-1997 Mitsuo Sugawara
    Translater: PB