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When evening activities make life hectic, you want dinner to be healthy, easy, and fast. So Simple Stir Fry. Really! It’s my forever go-to anytime of the week choice.
We’re heading into the last week of Summer. I can hardly believe that! But truth is, I’m ready. I adore the fall colors that brighten up the sky, the cooler air, and those blue, blue skies. And even though my family is moving into college days, I’m still shopping the school supply bins with vengeance. Needless to say, my office is very well stocked.
And that has nothing whatsoever to do with this delicious So Simple Stir Fry.
For this stir-fry isn’t seasonal or even remotely fall-ish. But it is filled with a plethora of veggies that just happen to be in season near the end of summer and early days of fall. Appropriate anytime of the year, but especially now as our schedules become more regular.
Use any veggies on hand or that are seasonal in your market. In fact, markets like Whole Foods even offer pre-chopped veggies, eliminating really all of the work. Making this dish even simpler. The recipe calls for 3-4 cups of chopped veggies. Most often I love to use broccoli, baby bok choy, spinach, onion, peppers, and other season veggies like asparagus, butternut squash, etc. The options are limitless.
The sauce is a simple stir-fry sauce I shake up in a mason jar with ingredients I always have on hand.Print