We have two favorite, incredibly simple meals in this house- tacos and stir-fry. The both whip up in about twenty minutes and the fresh veggies make it complete, rather quickly. I use whatever assortment of vegetables are in the fridge and keep it simple. Heat oil in a pan on the stove, add meat and chopped onion. When about halfway done, add chopped veggies. For this particular meal, I used zuchinni, carrots, celery and cabbage, along with thinly sliced pork. It's seasoned with a splash of braggs amino acids, rice vinegar, sesame seeds and pepper. Pair it with your favorite 'safe' noodles, and you have a 20-minute meal.
1-pound pork, thinly sliced
3 celery stalks
1/2 head cabbage (or bok choy)
1 tablespoon braggs amino acids
1 teaspoon rice vinegar
pepper, to taste
1. Heat oil in medium saucepan, add chopped onions and thinly sliced pork.
2. When meat is about halfway cooked, add the veggies, all chopped or thinly sliced, however you prefer.
3. Pour amino acids, rice vinegar and pepper over the meat and vegetables. Cook until done.
4. Toss with cooked noodles and top with sesame seeds.