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!
Oil of choice (typically, I like to use olive oil, but all I had was vegetable oil)
Bok choy (and/or kale)
Tofurky sausage of choice (Original is fine since there are so many other flavours)
Granny smith apple
Rosemary, pepper, nutritional yeast (optional)
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.
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!