Thursday, August 19, 2010

easy veggie stir-fry

After my sister's grad party we had lots of fresh veggies left over (as in pounds of broccoli and baby carrots), so one night we decided to whip up a quick stir-fry for dinner. Super fast, super healthy, and SUPER yummy. Here's all it takes:
1. Get some organic brown rice cooking (1/2 cup dry per serving) on the stove. It takes about 30-40 minutes, but as long as you plan ahead the time isn't a problem. A lot of people actually cook up big batches of brown rice at a time and refrigerate for use throughout the week. Major time saver.
2. Microwave as many vegetables as you'd like in about half an inch of water. Make sure the container you're using is covered; it should take about 5 minutes, or until the veggies are soft.
3. Heat up about a half a tablespoon of olive oil and your favorite teriyaki sauce (to taste; we used about 1/4 cup for two or three cups of veggies) in a wok or large skillet.
4. Add cooked veggies, stirring as all the flavors simmer together.
5. Slice up some almonds and throw those in there too.
6. Eat and enjoy!

Photo Credit: avlxyz
(Somehow we lost the pictures we took of the stirfry, so I had to use one from Flickr's Creative Commons. Will take a photo next time I make this, though!)


  1. Hi Alyssa!

    This looks really good! Must be handy to be studying nutrition and love cooking! Looks delicious :0)

  2. we've made this twice in the past week! you're right--SO good and SO fast!

  3. Awesome Angie! What veggies have you been using?

  4. Hmmmm this looks yummie! I don't cook at all, but I really should get into it. So much healthier than my normal cereal or frozen dinner haha!

  5. Oh it is SO yummy! And even better, so easy. It doesn't take much skill to go from cold cereal and frozen dinner to baked oatmeal and veggie stir-fry. :-)


Vitamin Wheel