I'm cooking dinner for friends on Thursday, and I need help. I've decided to make veggie stirfry. I have a frozen stir-fry vegetable mix, water chestnuts and edamame beans. I might get some bean sprouts too. I plan to serve it over rice and I have some frozen vegetable pot stickers to serve with it. The problem...what kind of sauce should I serve with it? I do have a recipe for a killer pineapple sweet and sour sauce, and I think that could be okay. What do you think? The recipes I've looked at include garlic, ginger, soy sauce, veggie broth and corn starch. I'm a little worried about getting the proportions right and getting it to thicken if I do the sauce that you cook with the vegetables. If I make my sweet and sour sauce I would probably make it separately and then everyone can spoon it on top.
What do you use for veggie stirfy? Any suggestions?
Also, my friends are not vegetarians. I'm not sure I want to use the tofu or fake meat because I don't think they'd be into that. Do you think the edamame beans are good enough?