Monday, February 10, 2014

Not raw, but still amazing

For a few weeks I have been craving stir-fry, I've had enough vegetables to turn into stir-fry, but haven't had the time. Tonight I decided I wanted it enough to be patient and cook it up, and man was it amazing. I used a recipe I had found in Basic's (natural food co-op) weekly flyer from almost a year ago. The recipe was for Miso Ginger Stir-fry with Sea Vegetables. So naturally I used about 4/15 ingredients they listed :) Have I mentioned I don't always follow directions very well?!

My ingredient list:
-about 1 1/2 cups water
-2 tablespoons soy sauce (low sodium)
-grated Ginger
-2 tablespoons walnut oil

-1 medium onion chopped
-2 carrots chopped large
-1 rib celery chopped
-1-2 leaves red cabbage torn apart
-edamame (mine was from the freezer)
-zucchini (optional)

I threw the first 4 ingredients together while I worked on chopping my onion, then I added it to the pan for 2 minutes until soft. Next I added the carrots and celery (really I just added them as I finished chopping them up). I let them simmer for a minute then I added the edamame, red cabbage, and lastly some zucchini spirals I had left over. I served it over brown rice and enjoyed thoroughly. If you like your vegetables crisper you can always saute them with a little oil first and then add the sauce.

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