The Summer Sausage Stir Fry

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I have certainly never considered myself a stir-fry kind of person. Just a bunch of vegetables slathered in oil and fried up? Meh.

However, it was warm today, and I had random vegetables (aka my parents went on vacation and gave me all the vegetables from the back of their fridge,) so I decided I’d mix ’em up with some other stuff and see what happened. What happened was, I got a stir-fry. Darn you, sneaky, sneaky meal!

The difference is, though, my stir-fry is just downright better than other stir-fries. Stir-frys? Stir-crazy french fries? Whatever.

Without further ado, I present: The Summer Sausage Stir Fry!

Ingredients:

Oil of choice (typically, I like to use olive oil, but all I had was vegetable oil)

Red pepper

Bok choy (and/or kale)

Carrot

Tofurky sausage of choice (Original is fine since there are so many other flavours)

Granny smith apple

Rosemary, pepper, nutritional yeast (optional)

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All you have to do is mix all these ingredients up in a pot or pan or wok– if you’re really legit. The outcome has a really special and delicious flavour. A little sweet, but definitely savoury, as well. It’s great for picnics or BBQs!

It’s a light and healthy meal, but definitely fills you up! I was so excited when I tried this and discovered it actually tasted like real food.

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Plus, no frustrating decision between fork/knife/spoon; this is definitely a fork-friendly meal!

I give this recipe o’ mine 10/10 Asian veggie leaves!! wee!

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