Simply Stir Fry

I taught a cooking class recently where I outlined my simple formula for eating right.
1. Incorporate vegetables and fruits and whole grains into every meal
2. Use cheese as a garnish, not a protein
3. Use fresh local ingredients whenever possible
4. Sauté instead of fry, steam instead of boil
5. Reduce the unholy trinity: fat, salt, sugar whenever possible.
6. Avoid highly processed and ‘fast’ food

Today let’s explore point # 1. One of the best ways to get a variety of veggies into your diet is stir fry. There are endless ways to combine vegetables and seasonings and it is so quick and easy, I do stir frys throughout the week. Pictured is a wok with green beans, eggplant, red peppers, garlic, shiitake mushrooms, carrots, broccoli, fish sauce, chili flakes and a bit of cornstarch. You can use soy sauce, tamari, sesame oil, fish sauce, Bragg’s Liquid Amino or simply salt for flavoring, add tofu or lean meats or seafood for protein and you have a complete meal in minutes that is healthy and appealing. These components as pictured are gluten-free and diabetic friendly and low fat.


2 thoughts on “Simply Stir Fry

  1. Bragg – Bragg Liquid Aminos, 16 Fl Oz

    This seasoning is awesome. It is so much better than using Soy Sauce. Never to salty and healthier for you. I am glad that I was introduced a few years ago to this product and will continue to use it.

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