Thursday, October 24, 2013

Easy Stir Fry Recipe for Dinner

Easy Stir Fry
Easy Stir Fry
Stir frying is a wonderful and easy solution to quick cooking when you are too busy or too tired to make long processes of ceremonial cooking. Easy stir fry recipes have become popular to modern living due to the nature of jobs during weekdays when the going gets really rough.  People just come home and would want to hit their mats to sleep their night off. That is why this ancient Chinese inspired way of cooking has become so popular that there are now hundreds or even thousands of recipes in the internet aside from those printed in cookbooks and everywhere from newsstands to bookstores.   Quick and simple to do, these recipes are designed to fit your hectic way of living in your own kitchens.  You have lesser ingredients to use, require a very short number of minutes to prepare and cook, and even uses only a few utensils for cooking that makes cleaning fast and simple to do.  It can be describe as a method of cooking that produces food like magically lightning fast.  We will show you a simple and easy recipe in this article that can be surprisingly savory and saucy for the entire family to enjoy. 
Easy Stir Fry:  Stir fry is an easy way to use up all those leftover vegetables you have sitting in the bottom drawer of your fridge.

  • One tablespoon olive oil
  • Two tablespoons mince garlic
  • Vegetables of your choosing, we use
  • celery (two stalks chopped)
  • squash (sliced or shredded)
  • green beans
  • yellow pepper (sliced)
  • shredded or chopped carrots
  • Two cups shredded cabbage
  • One cooked and chopped chicken breast (optional)
  • Japanese Style Chow Mein noodles
  • Soy Sauce
  • Adobo seasoning

  • You can add red onion and omit the use of yellow pepper if it is not available in your refrigerators. .
  • Start by preparing all the ingredients and cut them into bite sizes for easy frying.  Line up all the ingredients close to your stove for easy reach when frying. 
  • To begin frying, heat a wok or a large skillet over medium heat in your American stove.  Coat the frying pan with olive oil and wait till it smokes and get hot.
  • On medium heat, sauté’ the garlic and onions.
  • After two to three minutes you can add the green beans, the celery, the pepper and squash.  Stir fry them for another two to three minutes before adding the carrots and chicken to the pan.  Continue to stir fry until the chicken changes color and is no longer pink.
  • Then add enough soy sauce so that all the vegetables are coated with sauce.   Then add the cabbage and cook for another two to four minutes.
  • Sprinkle with Adobo seasoning and stir to combine with the ingredients.
  • Add the noodles last and cook and stir until heated through.
  • Transfer to a serving platter and serve immediately while steaming hot.  This is great with hot steaming rice too.
  • This easy stir fry takes under thirty minutes to prepare and even less time if you chop the veggies during lunch prep earlier in the day. 
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