Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Spicy Chicken & Vegetable Stir Fry

So, last night Hubs had leftover meatloaf and my body was craving some veggies, so I decided to do a dish of my Spicy Chicken & Vegetable Stir Fry with some of those boneless, skinless chicken tenders I got in my March Angel Food Ministries box. Those are perfect for a stir fry! Hubs isn't too hip on all the veggies, so generally when I do a stir fry like this, loaded down with vegetables, it's pretty much all mine for a couple of days. Perfect for days full of gardening!

This time I used yellow onion, baby carrots, split in half lengthwise, broccoli, Italian green beans, chunks of cabbage, green onion, garlic, baby corn and shiitake mushrooms with the chicken. This recipe makes plenty for 2 really hungry adults or a family of 4 - just adjust the veggie amounts and types according to your needs and taste! Of course serve it over some hot, steamed or boiled rice and a side of soy sauce for sprinkling.

I had some leftovers for lunch today and it was just delicious. Fast, easy and yummy ... check it out!

Get the Recipe Here! Spicy Chicken & Vegetable Stir Fry

'K... back to the yard!
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18 comments:

  1. Thanks Nanette - sometimes (usually when I haven't been eating enuf of 'em) I CRAVE veggies. This is a perfect way to get in a bunch all at once and a variety of 'em too!

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  2. Hey Mary thanks for stopping by my blog today. We met a few months ago when someone was lifting our blogs and publishing them as their own. Remember? You saved us all by having them deleted. I love the SFG gardening and hope we have success! Now if I was a good girl and followed your blog much more closely I would have seen what you have been up to with your own SFG. Yours look great and there are a few recipes on your site I need to try like the shrimp stuffed into rolls, the chicken and dumpling bake, and there was one other, darn I need to go through your site agian. Oh well I have a little time right now. That will teach me to bookmark ASAP. Glad to run into you again Mary. I do have your site bookmarked but with spring in full swing I cannot read all my favorite blogs like I would like too. Have a great day and I will peak in and see how your garden grows.

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  3. Oh Goodness Mary that looks beautiful. Look at all those colorful veggies. I am a sucker for anything Asian. I am adding this to my menu of must make meals.

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  4. Hey Robin Sue! I knew that name sounded familiar but I think the header is different?? I know what you mean - I could spend ALL DAY reading other blogs LOL... right now the garden beckons though. Boy am I TIRED!!

    Hey Tina - nothing really unique about it, but I love stir fry. When I get to cravin' veggies and know that it's cuz I'm not eating enuf of 'em, this really satisfies that! I love mixin' up the veggies to kind of make it a little different.

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  5. Yeah! you switched your comments! This looks so good! My Handyman made me stir fry last night

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  6. Trying to find the "best" way for the comments ya know?! I take it this one is???

    So... you have a husband who makes YOU stir fry? I'm so jealous.

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  7. This looks fantastic, all you use is soy sacue on it?? This would be perfect for a summer meal!

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  8. Stir fry continues to be one of my favorite main dishes. I love using different vegetables.

    This looks delicious.

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  9. Oh no Bunny!! The recipe is over on the link. It's a repeat so I didn't repost the whole thing. There's loads of spicy to it - curry powder, red pepper flakes, wasabi paste and some McCormick's Far East Sesame Ginger blend - it's really good!

    Sherri, you should give that McCormick's blend a try! It's great for a stir fry.

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  10. That sounds divine. As usual you make my mouth water!

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  11. Mary this looks wonderful and savory! I love Asian meals. All of the colors look beautiful.

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  12. Thanks Katherine - none of my standby Cajun seasoning on this recipe, but the curry powder, red pepper flakes, and the wasabi paste fill in appropriately here!

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  13. This looks so yummy and easy!Perfect for busy days!

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  14. This one is right up my alley too! Like you, it wouldn't be my husband's "thing". From reading your posts and comments, I think that if I'm ever on the Gulf Coast, you and I would make good dinner partners and we could send our husbands off together to fend for their picky, over-cooked steak selves.

    I love this recipe and the fact that it bear a little heat.

    Thanks, Mary!

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  15. Exactly Lynda! And let me tell ya, I am one tired gal!

    LOL Krista I swear!

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