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{Triad} Boba House recipes?

DreamCyn | Aug 11, 201305:14 PM    

Hey guys!

Today I found "vegetarian chicken" at Super G Mart for $2, and, looking at the ingredients, it reminds me a lot of Boba House's wheat-based "chicken".
I grabbed it (a strange and interesting protein for $2? yes please) with the idea of making a similar meal, but then realized I have no idea what they use to make their delicious sauces/marinades!

If I have to, I'll call and ask, but I thought I'd ask my fellow Greensboro foodies if anyone has any ideas on the recipes for their meals.
I love the basic chicken they use in just about everything, from their vermicelli bowls to the lemongrass or basil chicken, but their "meat" is always smothered in spices and (other than the obvious) I'm not sure where to start for that rich, savory flavor they do so well.
Any ideas?

((they have a recipe section on their website, but it's been "coming soon" for about six years now, so...))

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