Here is an easy, tasty stir-fry recipe that my family loves. It’s so easy that my husband and children all know how to make it. And, it’s so tasty, that we all love it. Anyone who tries it has also loved it so far as I know.
If you are a beginner in trying to eat a plant-based diet, you will really appreciate this. People who are used to the regular American diet are always looking for something to make that is easy and tasty as they try to make the transition.
Toni is a friend of mine from church. She wants to transition to this healing diet of no animal products after seeing this video that I shared with her called Eating Plus. To address her worries, I have included the next paragraphs.
If you are worried about protein, the noodles and the vegetables will give you an ample supply. It’s impossible to get a protein deficiency if you get enough to eat of wholesome carbohydrates like grains, potatoes, whole grain noodles, brown rice, beans, steamed or raw vegetables, and even fruit.
If you are worried about yogurt, the Nama Shoyu soy sauce has natural probiotics. It’s a raw soy sauce from Japan that has been cultured just right. And, if you are worried about what to have for dessert, go to this link for a frozen banana chocolate milkshake that will seem just as yummy as a regular milkshake.
If you make this recipe and it’s too much for one person, you can have leftovers for the week, freeze some, or invite us over to help you eat it all.
Easy, Tasty Stir-Fry by Janet Hailstone
- 1 pkg of any type of noodles (whole wheat, gluten-free, whatever you like)
- 1 pkg of your favorite frozen vegetable blend (stock up when they are on sale at Lin’s or buy some organic frozen vegetables from Costco and use about 2-3 cups)
- 2 Tbsp Homemade Chicken Seasoning
- 1 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil or Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
- real salt or Nama Shoyu soy sauce – to taste (get either from the health food store)
- Prepare the noodles according to package directions.
- You will need a large non-stick pan. Add the oil of your choice, the noodles, and the frozen vegetables. Stir-fry the noodles and vegetables until lightly browned and steamed.
- Sprinkle the chicken seasoning over the stir-fry when it’s all done. Mix well to season, add salt or Nama Shoyu to taste.
Variations: Use chopped cooked potatoes or steamed grains in place of the noodles, add a can or two of drained and rinsed beans of your choice for extra protein.