Asian Stir-Fry

asian stry fry


I have a few meals that I never get sick of, ones that I can eat a few times a week and be very content. My Asian Stir Fry is one of them. Depending on your preferences you can mix and match with different ingredients.

Asian Stir Fry

Brown Rice
Tempeh (can use edamame, tofu, chicken, eggs or nothing)
Vegetables (This time I used carrots, zucchini, greens, onions and garlic)
Grapeseed Oil
Sesame Oil
Toasted Sunflower Seeds (optional)

How to make it.

Cook up a batch of rice, I usually cook 1/2 cup dry for two people (double the water), or make a big batch and have it in the fridge for dishes like this! As the rice is cooking, heat the pan and add the grapeseed oil, onions and garlic. Then add whatever vegetables you like, I recommend some sort of greens and some colorful vegetables. Meanwhile, as the vegetables are cooking, in a separate pan fry up the tempeh. When the rice, vegetables and tempeh are done, throw them all together adding tamari and sesame oil to taste and fry them up quickly (don’t let the sesame oil get too hot, it has a lower smoking point). To garnish, toss some cilantro, sunflower seeds or whatever you want on top. I suggest some hot sauce!


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