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Cook a Stir Fry - PEP BB food.sand.stir

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Fried rice rough recipe: coconut oil, chopped onions, shredded carrots, snap peas, chard, garlic, pasture raised pork sausage, rice, salt and pepper.
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We’re trying to eat down the freezer as the new crops come in from the garden, so eating some odd mixtures lately!
Ingredients
Rice (leftovers from yesterday)
Cooked white beans (freezer)
Lamb fat (freezer)
Onions (garden, got accidentally pulled up too early!)
Snow peas (garden)
Shelling  peas (freezer)
Mustard greens (leftovers)
Chard greens (garden)
Garlic (freezer)
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Ingredients and prep
Ingredients and prep
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Prep done
Prep done
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Lamb fat melting
Lamb fat melting
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Fresh stuff frying
Fresh stuff frying
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Added frozen beans, peas, leftover greens
Added frozen beans, peas, leftover greens
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Chard on top to steam, rice steaming separately in the background
Chard on top to steam, rice steaming separately in the background
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Served up, lots of leftovers!
Served up, lots of leftovers!
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I cobbled this together based on what I had in the fridge. A rough recipe is:
- 1/2 lb left over chicken
- 1/2 lb of shrimp
- 1-2 large carrots
- 1 stalk of celery
- 1 bell pepper
- 2 heads baby bok choy
- sesame oil
- soy sauce
- ginger
- garlic
- vermicelli noodles


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All of the ingredients laid out.
All of the ingredients laid out.
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Oil, ginger, garlic, celery, carrots and pepper. Cooked until startingt to soften.
Oil, ginger, garlic, celery, carrots and pepper. Cooked until startingt to soften.
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Added meat and bok choy. Cooked until bok choy just starts to wilt.
Added meat and bok choy. Cooked until bok choy just starts to wilt.
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Added noodles and a bit of soy sauce. Mixed all togather.
Added noodles and a bit of soy sauce. Mixed all togather.
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Served, with enough for left overs.
Served, with enough for left overs.
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Recipe:
Avocado Oil
1/2 Onion
1/2Yellow Pepper
1/2head of Brocolli
1/4 head of Cauliflower
1/4 head of Cabbage
1 Portabella Cap
1 Celery Stalk
3 Tbs Sesame Seeds
1 Cup Almonds
Pinch of Pink Salt
2 Tbs General Tsao Sauce
1/2 Tbs Soy Sauce
Brown Rice
1 Tbs Crushed Red Pepper
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I cooked a stir-fry for dinner (whilst preparing some quinoa for another time). My partner isn't here this evening so I cooked enough for my dinner with leftovers that I'll eat for lunch. I think cooking enough for 2 meals should satisfy the requirement to cook for 2 people.

The recipe is as follows:

Ingredients:

1 red onion
1 green pepper
1 carrot
3 garlic cloves
a small handful of runner beans (mine are from the garden, they are just maturing now!)
1 spoon coconut oil
a block of halloumi cheese

Method:

Roughly chop the veg and cut the cheese into cubes. Heat the oil, toss in the veg and stir-fry (duh!) until it takes on a little colour and softens. Throw in the cheese and continue to fry until cooked.

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Stir-fry for dinner
Stir-fry for dinner
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Tomorrow's lunch!
Tomorrow's lunch!
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I made cabbage-and-wood-ear stir-fry!

Ingredients:
tallow to oil pan
white rice
1/2 cabbage
1 packed cup boiled wood ear mushrooms - foraged
sesame seeds
a few cloves of garlic, minced
a bit of whole ginger, minced
salt and black pepper
ground turmeric
a green pepper - home-grown
a couple of eggs - home-grown
chopped almonds

First, I cooked a cup of white rice and set it aside. I rinsed the fresh mushrooms and boiled them for seven minutes to make them tender. I finely chopped the cabbage and lightly steamed it in the pan. I added the mushrooms, sesame seeds, garlic, ginger, turmeric, salt, and plenty of black pepper. After a brief stir-fry, I removed a serving for a family member who is trying to avoid grains and nightshade vegetables for health reasons. Then, I added the chopped green pepper, a helping of rice, beaten eggs, and a handful of chopped almonds. I omitted the red pepper and ground ginger in the first photo, feeling the other seasonings were just right, and I only ended up using two eggs. We both enjoyed our meals, particularly savoring the novelty of using foraged mushrooms for the first time!

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mushrooms about to be rinsed and boiled
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first set of ingredients in the pan
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first serving
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second set of ingredients in the pan
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second serving
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I was concerned that my post, above, wouldn't make the grade. I guess what constitutes enough food for two people is quite subjective.

Anyway, as luck would have it, I made another stir-fry last night that does clearly have enough food for two. It was massive. I hope that this is enough to pass when combined with my first effort.

Cheers!
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Stirfry for lunch! In order, I cooked: onion and celery, bell and jalapeño peppers, a giant zucchini, and vegan Korean “ribs”. At the end, I stirred in a sauce composed of: yogurt, dark miso, shoyu, Sichuanese peppercorns, and a Sichuanese spice mix. I served it over brown rice and topped it with peanuts.
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The team is assembled.
The team is assembled.
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I gave up on a ‘selfie’ style shot and hope that this counts as me preparing the veggies.
I gave up on a ‘selfie’ style shot and hope that this counts as me preparing the veggies.
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Produce is chopped and ready, next up is sauce and cooking.
Produce is chopped and ready, next up is sauce and cooking.
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Sauce ingredients.
Sauce ingredients.
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Onions and celery start so many meals in our house.
Onions and celery start so many meals in our house.
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The last things have gone in but the zucchini takes forever to brown.
The last things have gone in but the zucchini takes forever to brown.
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Now we’re getting somewhere!
Now we’re getting somewhere!
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Two meals served.
Two meals served.
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Leftovers for tomorrow. We might squeeze two more meals out of this.
Leftovers for tomorrow. We might squeeze two more meals out of this.
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 - post a rough recipe of what you put in your stir fry
spinach, beef, peppers, onion, soy sauce, red pepper flakes, apple cider, garlic, ginger brocoli
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ingredients
ingredients
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cutting spinach
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cutting onion
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cutting steak
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sauce ingredients
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meat and sauce
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more veg
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2 people eating
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To complete this BB, the minimum requirements are:
 - should serve at least 2 people (leftovers!)
 - ingredients and meal are not to be pre-made or pre-prepared
 - (e.g. no canned peppers, Ramen noodles, packets of seasonings, Blue Apron, etc)
 - no microwave

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 - post a rough recipe of what you put in your stir fry
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 - post a picture of your ingredients in the pan
 - post a picture of your finished stir fry!



Rough recipe:
Cooking fat - rendered lard
Aromatics to start - ginger, garlic and chilli
Meat - chopped chicken breast
Veg - left over celery, pepper and onion
Finish - Lime juice and spring onion, sprinkle of sesame seeds

Ingredients:


Prep:





Assembled and go to go:



Aromatics cooking:



Add chicken:



Add veg:



Add lime juice and spring onion:



Two bowls and left overs:


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