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Kung Pao Chicken | GERD / Acid Reflux Friendly Version
One way to control how much spiciness is in dishes like this one is to use chili oil. This is widely available now, and very common in Asian markets, but your grocery probably carries it.
Simply replace some of the oil that you use to stir fry with the chili oil. Start slowly at first -- a half teaspoon for two servings may be enough for you (it is for me). Each time you cook use a little more if you want more heat. It�s great to have around and adds the flavor of a spicy chili pepper but you don�t have to take the time to seed and mince.
Both versions are safe for Coumadin® users, lactose-free, and low in sodium (salt).
Maple Glazed Salmon with Lentils
Timothy S. Harlan, M.D.
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