Vegetable Kung Pao
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Mar 13, 2008 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Veg-Main Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Existent Sauces Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Vegetable kung pao is a basic stir-fry recipe with its spicy, velvety sauce blended with exotic vegetables. This can be served as a vegetarian main dish or side dish.

Recipe of Vegetable Kung Pao

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Mix Vegetables 1 Cup
Soy Sauce 2 Tablespoons
Pepper Powder 1/2 Teaspoons
Rice Venigar 1 Tablespoons
Ajinamoto pinch
Chilles 2 Numbers
Chilli Sauce 1 Teaspoons
Egg 1 Numbers
Salt as per taste
Corn Strach 1 Teaspoons
Red Chillis 4 Numbers
Garlic Ginger Chopped 1 Tablespoons
Peanuts Roasted 1 Tablespoons
Spring Onions 1 Bunch
Vegetable Stock 2 Cup


  1. Take a bowl add vegetable stock, soya sauce, pepper powder, rice venigar,ajinmato, chillies, chilli sauce mix well and keep a side.
  2. Now take mix veg, soya sauce, egg, salt mix all and add corn flour mix again. In a pan heat oil fry the marinated vegetables and keep a side.
  3. In another pan add oil, red chilli, chopped garlic and ginger, mix well  then add all vegetables and then add the chicken stock mix well then add the fried chicken, peanuts spring onion, lastly add cornflour mix in water for thinkness, cook for 5min and switch off the flame. 
Posted Mar 13, 2008

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nayan Oct 15, 2011
in this video, what is the name of the optional soup added after rice vinegar as i failed to grasp the name.

nayan Oct 15, 2011
one of the best items which i will have to admit and anxious to make.

Neeraja Jul 16, 2009
hi sanjay i had tried most of ur recpies n 9 out of 10 have come really my husband call me a super chef...because he get to eat so many yummy dish..thanks for wonderful gift.i.e is vahrevah :) you rock ty sooooooooooo much

D Dec 17, 2008
I made this dish it was very tasty and so easy to make.
Thank you

malini Jul 17, 2008
hi all your recipes are great!!!!!!!!!!!

Can you please post the recipe of Chinese chop-suey noodles, (please), but not the way as in here but as they do in India, like it is in the Chinese restaurents but in India...
This is a Request :-)

Thank you

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