This is a favourite in our house – any form of protein works, I've used beef, but chicken, fish, tofu or some almonds work too.
It’s another good one to get children to help you choose the veggies / cut up the veggies, own it and eat it. I also find it’s a good way to get children to try new vegetables, include favourite vegetables and add a new vegetable each time. Even veggies they didn't like last week taste better in a stirfry!
My bub loves this too, I just cut up the meat for her.
Beef, (grass fed) chicken (free range). Fish* (400g is enough for 2 adults & two little people (3 & 5) or tofu* strips
2cm square ginger (grated) – optional
1 tsp sesame, olive or macadamia oil
4 or 5 (or more veggies, here are some suggestions but try different options)
- 4-5 shallots or some leek
- Bok choy (slice thinly)
- Kale (slice thinly)
Add some almonds for some crunch and added protein
You can add a dash of bone broth if you like
Serve with brown basmati rice, buckwheat noodles, mung bean noodles, quinoa or your choice.
Heat oil in pan, add the ginger and shallots and mix for about a minute, add the beef or chicken, then add the vegetables such as cauliflower which need a bit more cooking time, continue to add vegetables in order of cooking time requirement. Add a dash of tamari (and almonds if you are using) and cook for a minute or two….veggies are best when they are still crispy!