Sticking with a “stir fry” theme if you will. It’s been freezing cold for Dallas standards, and I’m digging this comfort food. I’ve also been lifting pretty heavy and combining that with a soccer match played in 40 degree temps with freezing rain and sleet…well, to put it mildly, has me RAVENOUS lately.
Went to Whole Foods and got about a pound of different veggies. Would cost a lot more than $8 if you bought all this individually. (bok choy, peppers, mushrooms, celery and spinach).
I bought about 3/4 of a pound of grass fed flap steak. (about $6). I marinated that in a bit of soy sauce, rice vinegar and a sprinkle of ginger. Cooked on medium to low heat, this will turn out deliciously tender.
Final “concoction came out looking like so:
So start with your veggies:
I added about 5 cloves of fresh garlic to it (finely chopped)
Next in a bowl I combined some peanut butter and soy sauce. I added left over rice vermicelli and Rice noodles to the veggies. Warm and add the soy and peanut butter. Also a bit of fresh cracked pepper. Lastly add the meat and combine all.
Great for left overs, filling and EASY.
HUGE hat tip to Mr. Skyler Tanner who wrote/shared one of the greatest quotes the other day that has left me speechless for several days now (he says he uses it on his clients all the time)
“Good enough is good enough…IF you do it long enough” ST
Wow..simply wow. Thank you Mr. Tanner 🙂