Asian Stir Fry, 3 ways
I make this dish about once a week. The hardest
thing about making it is chopping the vegetables, but it’s worth
the effort. Talk about an antioxidant power-play! Eat your colors!
½ medium-sized onion, chopped
½ pepper, your choice of color, chopped
1 crown of broccoli, cut into pieces
1 carrot, peeled and cut into small pieces
½ cup of cabbage, sliced thin
6 mushrooms, any variety, sliced or chopped
½ cup of fresh baby spinach
½ cup edamame (I use frozen)
2 tbsp. of Asian red pepper oil
¼ cup low sodium soy sauce
1 cup Jasmine rice
(Note: The vegetables listed above are delicious in this dish, but feel
free to use whatever you have on hand. Celery, water chestnuts, bok choy,
asparagus, frozen peas are all great.)
1) Start cooking rice, according to package directions (takes about 15
2) Heat ½ of the oil and ½ of the soy sauce on medium-high
heat in medium-sized wok. Add onions and stir fry a couple of minutes.
Add next four ingredients and the rest of the soy sauce and oil and stir
fry about 5 minutes.
3) Add mushrooms and edamame and stir fry a minute or two. Add spinach
and let it wilt.
4) Choose 1st, 2nd or 3rd way below. Serve vegetables and choice of accompaniment
Add about 1 cup of extra firm tofu, cut into cubes (drain and dry tofu
by pressing between paper towels before adding to dish). Add tofu cubes
to wok and stir fry with vegetables. Okay to add this last.
Add ½ cup of cashew nuts to wok and stir fry.
Add about 1 cup of vegetarian chicken tenders. Fry the chicken tenders
in a separate skillet in olive oil a few minutes on each side. Add to
top of stir fry mixture when it is served. Do not add to wok as it will
lose some of its crispy-ness.
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