Posts filed under ‘Stir Fry Kid Style’
There is not pitter patter in this house it’s more like “Boom, Crash, Slam!”
Then the next thing I know it’s, “Do-do-do-doo-do-d-d-d-dooo,” the talented Thing 2 playing the kazoo version of “March of the Empire”!
I love it though, the kids are so creative!
Last night’s dinner was a hit and not because of my extreme talent. Thing 1 polished off his stir-fry saying “I loved it, I loved it ALL!”
Would you believe me if I told you the stir-fry contained mushrooms, green peppers and bean sprouts? Here is my secret.
Thing 1 sliced mushrooms using this wire egg slicer, Thing 2 stirred and The Bubba who never needs coaxing when it comes to eating especially if his brothers are there, supervised!
It was a hit mostly because I let the Thinglets help and they couldn’t resist trying what they had “made”!
Stir-Fry Kid Style Un-Recipe: GF
What you’ll need- meat, cooked rice, various veggies, liquid and seasoning (We used olive oil, Tamari Wheat Free Soy Sauce, garlic and sugar water). We in this case means my hubby, as I was the slice and dice supervisor!
- partially thaw frozen chicken (we were in a hurry) and slice into thin strips while heating an electric skillet (or frying pan) with a little olive oil
- cook chicken in olive oil over med heat until no longer frozen then add garlic and a little more oil and increase heat to 400 degrees
- add vegetables that need extra time like bell pepper and onion (if you must-ha ha)
- continue to fry and stir so nothing burns
- add Tamari soy sauce, sugar water (and no, I’m not a Bug)
- add the remaining veggies and cooked rice (yesterday’s left overs). For a little zip add a small amount of crushed red pepper or red pepper oil after you dish some for the kids :)
- Stir fry until heated through and the vegetables are cooked how you like them. I like mine pretty limp, Not recommended at culinary schools across the nation, if it were I’d probably be on TV and not writing a blog about how to cook Goof style!
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