A close relative of the fridge frittata, this stir fry works on the same simple principle. There was a time when I made them every week. And I’ve just rediscovered what a great staple dinner it is. Stir fries are a great way to avoid composting your vegetables, and pair perfectly with fluffy, 15-minute basmati rice.
Open the vegetable drawer in the fridge. Grab whatever looks good. The usual suspects in my fridge include green onion, cremini mushroom and red pepper. I tossed some previously roasted carrots and broccoli in the hot pan with olive oil too. And then some leftover Hayter’s Farm honey garlic turkey sausage. I really love when I can cook simply, and use mostly ingredients that are sourced locally.
After everything was nicely browned, I tossed in a little water and soy sauce. And topped it with crumbled feta over basmati rice.
Perfect simple supper. Lots of veggies. And leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch.