Stir fry is by far one of my favorite foods to make. It’s simple, super tasty, and the ingredients I use don’t break the bank. This is MY recipe that I am sharing, so I didn’t get this recipe from Pinterest (although there are tons on there I want to try), this is ALL ME and MY doing! I like to get my chef on.
First, prep and chop all the fixings. I used:
- 1/2 a purple onion
- Red & green bell pepper
- Organic shredded cabbage
- Organic carrots
- 3 jalapenos (use at your own risk, I love spicy food)
Pour olive oil in the pan and put in all the fixings. I sprinkled only black pepper and poured a little coconut aminos (a healthy soy sauce alternative) on top. I mixed it all together and covered it on medium heat.
While I was chopping and prepping, I marinated the chicken using only 3 ingredients: honey, garlic I finely minced, and the coconut aminos. Everything in a stir fry should have its own flavor, well at least I think so.
I cooked the chicken on my George foreman grill because I think it comes out more juicier that way than when it’s made on the stove top. This is the finished chicken.
I like to use rice noodles because I haven’t really been a fan of brown rice lately. My favorite rice noodle brand is depicted in the photo. To cook the rice noodles:
- Bring water to a boil.
- Once the water is boiling, turn off the heat and place the noodles into the water
It only takes about 3 minutes for the noodles to completely soften.
Now that all the components of the stir fry are done cooking. It’s time to combine them in a skillet (over medium heat) and add the stir fry and teriyaki sauce. My favorite brand is the Kikkoman reduced sodium ones. Now all that’s left to do is to toss it all together… serve on plate and EAT. Enjoy! XOXO