Good Evening Everyone, I bet you Lakers fan are having a ball right now. I am Chicago Bulls fan myself, my family all came from there so that’s what I grew up following.
Anyway, I wanted to tell you about a tasty stir fry recipe that I tried today and came out very well! My wife usually does most of the cooking, but she’s out of town right now so I’m stuck here fending for myself.
Luckily I have been working on my cooking skills for a while now. Which leads the recipe I was telling you about. I used chicken, but you can easily substitute with shrimp or steak.
It was very simple to cook and only took about 30 minutes to make and the best thing was it light and it was full of nutrients. Here is the ingredients.
1lbs Boneless Chicken Breast cut into cubes
Bok Choy Cabbage cut into shreds
Baby Spinach (put in as much as you like)
1 Roma Tomato
1 tablespoon of minced garlic
Sesame Ginger oil
Light soy sauce
2 tablespoons of Olive Oil
Whole Grain Brown Rice
Cut Chicken into cubes and put in bowl. Marinate with Sesame Ginger Oil and Soy Sauce. Sprinkle some salt and garlic pepper and mix
Cut all vegetables and place them to the side while chicken cooks
Heat medium sized pan or wok and coat with olive oil at about medium-high
After pan is heated for a little, put the chicken into the pot and cook to no longer pink. Turn frequently and add more sauce if needed.
While chicken is cooking you can start on the brown rice. I like the Uncle Ben’s whole grain brown rice that can be cooked in 10-12 minutes tops. Follow the directions by adding water according to the serving size you are cooking and add a 1 tbsp of omega 3 butter.
Once chicken is cooked you can add the vegetables to the mix. Stir frequently and make sure vegetables are coated with sauce. You only need to cook vegetables for an additional 5 minutes.
Once the chicken, vegetables, and rice are complete you can mix in the rice and enjoy an awesome dinner!
That’s just one meal, there are plenty of other delicious, light, and healthy meals for you to choose from that don’t take up hours of your time.
You really don’t need any chefs to make your food and it isn’t that hard to step into the kitchen and whip something up for you and your family.
Now you have one less excuse to eat healthy and lose weight.
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