I love making anything along the lines of this easy beef stir-fry, because the actual cooking goes so quickly, and before you know it you are sitting down to an amazingly flavorful dish full of deliciousness that (with all due respect to our favorite take-out joint) is full of good and good for you ingredients. This particular one mixes up beef, a little pasta and some veggies with a light and flavorful sauce that is sure to have them asking for seconds (and I highly recommend doubling this recipe because the leftovers? OH YES.) Ready for some stir-fry deliciousness? Let’s make it!
This is one of the recipes I think of as “refrigerator creations,” because so many of my one-dish meals are born out the fact that I had a few random things lounging around in my fridge, and when I tossed them all together they turned out to be so scrumptious. And usually these are not ingredients that I would have planned ahead to combine – it is almost always all sheer luck and circumstance – but in the end they transform themselves into something I would make again and again. Life can be like that in many ways, and more on that later.
In the meantime, here’s how some leftover chicken, a bottle of my favorite ranch dressing, a package of artichokes I found in the freezer and a few other things turned into my current favorite one bowl dinner…let’s make it!
This simple and scrumptious recipe for easy steak stir-fry was born out of two things. First of all, after weeks and weeks of being spoiled by balmy weather here in the Northeast, all of the sudden IT IS COLD. As in, not even the prospect of going to dinner is going to get this girl out of her toasty house and into the chilly car. And second, as much as I like going out for things like stir-fry, I’m always a little skeptical of what is in that stir-fry sauce. While mine has a teeny bit of sugar in it, it’s seriously teeny. Because the stars of this show are the veggies and the steak, and I want the fresh taste to shine through. In the comfort of my nice warm kitchen. Let’s make it!
This recipe for inside out pork dumplings is quick, easy and even more delicious than the traditional kind of dumpling! A quick and fun supper.