Do you ever have those days when you’re totally unprepared when dinner time rolls around? I find that unless I plan out the week’s meals in advance over the weekend it’s bound to happen to me. It happened again last night, but I had a semi-plan. I had a random pork tenderloin in the fridge… Here’s what I did with it.
Do you ever have those weeks where you just can’t get to the grocery store to save your life so you can eat like a normal human? I had that this week. But instead of giving up and ordering take-out last night, I whipped up the quickest stir-fry ever. Continue reading →
Last night I didn’t feel like cooking. I just could not even. I also was over salad. Done. Can’t do it. Finito. But I had some leftover chicken breast and I needed a quick idea for it. What did you do you, you ask? Well, I did a big, easy, chicken and veggie stir-fry. It turned out to be just the ticket too.
One of the points of this blog is to share recipes that I try and enjoy, and since I’ve been blogging so much about Hong Kong and Asia lately, a quick-and-easy Chinese stir-fry recipe seemed very appropriate.
This recipe can easily be made gluten-free and vegetarian if you choose, and it’s easy to whip up on a weeknight after work – it takes less than 30 minutes in all. Enjoy this little taste of Asia!