Monday, March 27, 2017

Stir Fried Veggies

Yesterday morning I made a big batch of stir fried vegetables. Onions, bell peppers, garlic, leftover celery, Brussel sprouts and a small thing of broccoli. Just what I had on hand.

I like it as it is or served with some garlic yogurt on top of it. Sometimes I take a cup of it and chop it into smaller pieces and add two eggs on it to make some sort of a veggie omelette or a frittata.

Sometimes I prepare some pasta and mix it with it. Or add stir fried chicken.

I never make the same mixture. It all depends on what is fresh at the grocery store at a good price. Stir fried veggies are such a simple yet versatile thing to have.

This week I am planning to eat more veggies. I am also eating a lot of fish lately because the hunting season will be over in a couple of weeks. Fresh fish is the best.



2 comments:

  1. Using what is on hand is so much better than thinking a dish must have certain items. I told exbf that there were no tomatoes for his salad. He certainly did not complain! Now, you have made me hungry. And, I keep forgetting to get the frozen, cooked chicken from the freezer. Right now, I will do that.

    Hunting season? What kind of meat? Do you hunt or have someone who hunts? That might be a blog post on its own.

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    1. I should have said fishing season. Lol. During the spring and summer, fishing is forbidden for commercial fishermen. People can fish for recreational purposes.

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