I’m flying by the seat of my pants

flying by the seat of your pants
I’m definitely flying by the seat of my pants when I Stir-fry. I typically use just about everything in the frig! Stir-fry night is NOT the favorite among my children because they never really know what they are going to get. The great things about stir-fry meals are…
They are healthy
They are quick and easy
They are basically one dish meals (add brown rice or gluten-free pasta)
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These are the ingredients I normally include in a stir-fry
Sesame oil
Any of the top-ten veggies, onions, garlic cloves, mushrooms;
Chicken or Vegetable broth
ginger (fresh or ground)
Soy sauce
Corn starch to thicken
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In a stainless pan or wok, stir-fry all veggies in a small amount of oil, add broth and simmer until veggies are slightly crisp.
Add your left-over cooked protein (tofu, chicken, turkey, or seafood) soy sauce and ginger and you are ready to serve.
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I love this ginger dressing on salads, but it is expensive and does contain wheat…so don’t go overboard 🙂

Beverages: Normal 70-90 ounces water, 2 cups coffee in AM, large unsweetened tea in PM
Exercise: Taught Integrated Strength -1 hour, walked dog 30 minutes
Breakfast:
Old fashioned oats with 1 pack sugar in the raw, trail mix, cranberries, almond milk
Lunch:
Huge salad of mixed greens with leftover turkey breast cut-up, avocado, broccoli, green onions, yellow pepper, carrots, lite ranch dressing
Snack: Apple, Beanitos, popcorn (probably 2 or 3 cups worth)
Supper: Stir fry, brown rice

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