Whether you're starting with leftover already cooked meat (pork, ham, beef, hamburger, chicken, turkey, bacon, sausage) or you are frying up meat in a large pan to start your meal, stir-fry is an easy meal to make custom to your taste buds. Cook/heat up your meat, add a couple tablespoons of olive oil the the pan & sautee fresh or frozen veggies of your choice & prepare sauce and rice while they cook up.
You do not have to have a huge variety of veggies- we once made this without meat, using only carrots, celery and purple cabbage julienned in the food processor as our veggies. Sauteed and then put on rice with teriyaki sauce, it was amazing!
Here are some veggie suggestions: cabbage, carrots, broccoli (I even slice up the stalks like tiny match sticks), cauliflower, snap pea pods, brussel sprouts, celery, bell peppers, onion
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