chor’s food usa

Stir Fried Chicken And Vegetables In Black-Bean Chile Sauce

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Today  I had a craving for really spicy food and I answered the call with this dish. I made it very spicy, but at the same time it was also very flavorful, thank’s to the addition of hoi sin sauce, soy sauce and lots of ginger and garlic. ( If you prefer less spicy, just tone down on the chili paste)
Fabulously tasty and satisfying, this was the perfect Sunday early-dinner dish, tasty, pretty and quick to wrestle-up 🙂
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Bon Appetit !   Life is good !
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Stir Fried Chicken And Vegetables In Black-Bean Chile Sauce

Stir Fried Chicken And Vegetables In Black-Bean Chile Sauce

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Stir Fried Chicken And Vegetables In Black-Bean Chile Sauce

Stir Fried Chicken And Vegetables In Black-Bean Chile Sauce

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Stir Fried Chicken And Vegetables In Black-Bean Chile Sauce

Stir Fried Chicken And Vegetables In Black-Bean Chile Sauce

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P.S.
In order to be able to throw together these quick meals, I always have an assortment of blanched, frozen veggies in the fridge, ready to go at a moments notice.
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Also always in my fridge are grated fresh ginger (commercial, good quality) and garlic confit paste (home made, usually once a week)
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Seasoning Essentials
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On to today’s dinner:
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Preparation :
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P.P.S.
I used Chor’s Food USA “Black Bean Chile Sauce” in this dish.
If not available in your neck of the woods :-(, substitute with equal parts of fermented black beans and chili paste 🙂
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Product Review – Accord Foods Inc.

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Guilin/China

Guilin/China


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Dear  Friends,

While I often get free product samples and requests for product reviews, in order to stick to my motto of  “Real Food & Real Opinions”, I blog very seldom about the products I receive. The simple reason for this is that I want to keep my independence and that I don’t want to review products I don’t like and cannot endorse wholeheartedly.
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This time I received samples from “Accord Foods Inc.”, labeled
Chor’s Food USA” and  “Tso Hin Kee“,
which I am happy to write about and inform you of my tasting experience.
I tasted the sauces first by itself, then with plain pasta, then with plain rice. I believe this set-up allows me to judge each item as close as possible to its actual use.
I then tasted the soup first without added chili oil, then with chili oil.
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My rating system is as follows:
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*   One Star : No way, Jose
**   Two Star : yeah, maybe
***   Three Star : OK
****   Four Star : Very Good
*****   Five Star : Superb, best I’ve had
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These are the items I sampled :
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Black Bean Chile Sauce

Black Bean Chile Sauce   *****

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Oyster Sauce

Oyster Sauce   *****

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Prune Sweet Sauce

Prune Sweet Sauce  * * * * *

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Guilin Style Chile Sauce

Guilin Style Chile Sauce   * * * * *

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Conclusion :
These items are by far the best of its kind I have encountered, both in appearance and, most important, in flavor. The soup base is the very best I have encountered of any soup base, beef, chicken or vegetable – not salty, with no artificial taste and with perfect color.
As I mentioned earlier, I have no gain from my product reviews and aim to be as objective as possible, but this stuff is just the best of its kind I have encountered. Bravo “Accord Foods Inc.
Accord Foods Inc.” will definitely   be a staple of my pantry if I am able to purchase them in my area (Hint/hint, “Accord Foods Inc.” :-).
I am also looking forward to review the rest of their product line in the near future.
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Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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