One of the easiest dishes to make is stir fry. There is no right way or wrong way to make it. It’s customizable with every single aspect. You can customize the meat, the vegetables, the grains and the sauce and make it unique based on your families tastes. If I find myself with a lot of leftover meat in the fridge, I will turn it into a stir fry.
My favourite pan to use is a wok, and mine is by Cuisinart. It heats up super fast, has dual handles for easy control, and makes everything taste delicious. I start by heating up the wok over medium heat, and putting about a tablespoon of oil into it. Usually I use olive oil, but any oil is fine.
Next add the vegetables you’ve chosen, if fresh. That way they have a minute to cook before you add in your precooked meat. My favourite veggies to use are bell peppers, zucchini, mushrooms, celery, red onion and broccoli. Sauté the vegetables in the oil for a few minutes until they become a bit tender. Add a splash of whatever stir fry sauce you are using to add a bit of flavor. I used Teriyaki for this particular stirfry.
Once the vegetables are ready, add in the meat. You can use leftover sausage, beef, chicken, pork… the possibilities are endless. For this stirfry I added leftover roast beef and honey garlic sausage. Sauté for a few more minutes, incorporating the meat with the vegetables and adding a bit more sauce. When everything is ready, serve over rice or noodles! Delicious.