On the Menu:
Beef & Veggie stir fry over Brown Rice
The Stir Fry:
For this particular edition of the dish I cut one yellow bell pepper into a bunch of thin slices, chopped up 2 small heads of brocoli, and used a half a bag of sugar snap peas. I gave them a quick wash and sauteed them over medium/high heat until browned in a bit of olive oil. I then added a pour of Soyaki (a bottled TJ's sauce). I let the veggies simmer in the sauce on low heat. Next I chopped up a pound of raw steak (when I lived in Dallas and shopped at Central Market I was lucky enough to have found pre marinated, pre sliced asian stir fry beef). Unfortunately there was no great solution or substitute from TJ's so as the guy re-stocking the produce section suggested, I grabbed some already cut up stew meat. I sliced the pieces into small thinner bits and gave it a quick sear in another sauté pan on high heat with olive oil. Once browned on both sides I tossed the beef in with the veggies and added a dash of TJ's General Tsao Stir Fry sauce and a few sprinkles of soy sauce. Then I let them whole mixture soak up the flavors on low heat for a few minutes.
The Brown Rice:
Three minutes before serving I popped a bag of TJ's frozen organic brown rice in the microwave and then gave it a quick fluff before serving.