Mom's Easy Vegetarian Stir-fry
Gilda, shared this easy to fix dish. At first I was skeptical especially about
the bean dip, but then when I tasted it, It turned out surprisingly good and
was quick to make. I tweaked the recipe by only using the frozen stir-Fry.
adds onion and peppers, but I omitted those and just used the stir fry to make
it easier. My two young boys 7 & 11 didn’t really like it, but then, they
don't like Asian dishes because of the veggies. My teenage daughter, Brooke,
however loved it, and so did I. I really like that it took 25 minutes to
make and since meat is pretty expensive, this dish is easy on the pocketbook
with just 3 ingredients.
of Stir-Fry, Your choice
of Bean Dip (Mom uses Fritos Brand Bean Dip)
Cup Soy Sauce
Vegetables in Wok or Fry pan on Medium High Heat for about 10 minutes.
Meanwhile cook your rice.
the bean dip and soy sauce in a bowl, then pour the mixture over the veggies,
cook until veggies are tender and stir-fry is heated through which is about
10-15 minutes. Then Serve over cooked rice.
There are many different options for rice, regular long grain rice takes 20
minutes to cook, so you could start before the stir-fry. Bag rice takes 15
minutes, start after you start cooking stir-fry. 5 minute rice takes 10
minutes, and could be started after you add the bean dip. And now there is this
90 second microwave, which you could cookright before you serve. I used
Jasmine Rice, which is a traditional sticky rice in Asian dishes and takes 20
minutes, like long grain. So choose your rice to suit your taste, time it
properly and it will keep you from slaving away in the kitchen.
Keep it easy!
Added Oct 13,2014