stir fry rice

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Quick & Easy Chicken Stir-Fry 

no real recipe, but I wanted to share 

chicken stir-fry pieces seasoning with kosher salt, pepper, smoked paprika, granulated garlic, granulated onion, dried basil, and freshly chopped parsley and cilantro. cooked over medium heat in olive oil and bloomed red pepper flakes. added 2 tbsp Sambal and a drizzle of honey. sprinkled in sesame seeds. served over brown rice with avocado. 

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Today:

Breakfast was two scrambled eggs in butter, half an avocado, tbsp of salsa, and coffee with sugar free creamer and sugar free Torani syrup.

Snack was spicy pork rinds.

Lunch was a mini flax pita with mayo, turkey, avocado, lettuce and onion. More pork rinds. Sugar free Red Bull.

Dinner was shrimp and cauli-rice stir fry (pictured) with veggies, sesame oil, olive oil, soy sauce, ginger, garlic, etc.

Dessert was a small serving of strawberry Halo Top with some fresh strawberries mixed in.

Yummy!

Lost 4 lbs in two days. 👍🏼

Tofu Stir Fry with Rice & Veggies

Serves 2

⅔ cup basmati rice (135 g)
9.7 oz firm tofu (275 g)
Soy sauce to taste
¼ cup julienned pepper (35 g)
¼ cup julienned green pepper (30 g)
¼ cup julienned onion (30 g)
¼ cup julienned zucchini (35g)
¼ cup bean sprouts (25 g)
¼ cup corn (35 g)
¼ cup broccoli (20 g)

For the sauce:
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
2 cloves of garlic (chopped)
⅛ teaspoon cayenne powder
1 tablespoon coconut sugar
2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
½ cup soy sauce
¼ cup water
1 tablespoon cornstarch

1) favourite foods and 2) least favourite foods of the supernova, excluding luffy and zoro

kidd: 1) rolled cabbage 2) curry udon
killer: 1) peperoncino 2) curry udon
apoo: 1) tom yum goong 2) mayonnaise
urouge:  1) adzuki beans, pork 2) vegetables
hawkins: 1) fortune cookies 2) meat
x drake: 1) chicken and rice stir fry 2) eggs
law: 1) onigiri, grilled fish 2) bread, umeboshi
capone: 1) meatballs/meat dango, tomatoes 2) tomato juice
bonney: 1) margherita pizza 2) carrots

For Stir Fry

1 Tablespoon olive oil
½ package of tofu (7 oz)
1 small red onion
2 medium carrots
½ cup water
½ cup snap peas
½ large bell pepper
½ cup bean sprouts
½ cup Your Favorite Stir Fry Sauce

For Rice

1 cups water
½ cup rice

Instructions

Cook rice per instructions.

Cut tofu into cubes and pat dry with a paper towel.

Add tofu and olive oil in a pan and saute on high heat for ten minutes or until browned.

Add ½ cup water and all veggies except bean sprouts to a separate pan.

Steam for ten minutes on medium heat.

Once veggies are soft, add stir fry sauce and bean sprouts. Let them warm up.

Add tofu to veggies and stir fry sauce. Toss to coat.

Serve over rice!

Notes

I bought my vegetables from the salad bar, so I could make this recipe really fast, but when I have cut them, it only takes about five minutes.

You can add any veggies you want and/or leave out the tofu.

Calories: 393 per serving

What I’ve Been Eating on Keto

Thursday morning update: five pounds down (since Monday morning). Awesome! Here’s what I’ve been eating:

Wednesday: Breakfast was three eggs with butter and a little cream cheese for extra fat. I had a coffee with heavy cream and some sugar-free syrup. For snack, I had some celery dipped in cream cheese and a sugar-free Rockstar. For lunch, I had leftover shrimp/cauli-rice stir fry. Dinner was a small flax pita stuffed with lettuce, tuna, and mayo. I had some Nuti-light for a snack, also.

Today’s menu is: Breakfast was two thin slices of Great Low Carb white bread (1 net carb for two slices… they are SERIOUSLY thin) with sugar-free raspberry preserves and some peanut butter, along with a coffee with sugar-free hazelnut creamer and some Walden Farms caramel sauce. A few pork rinds for a snack. Lunch will be the last serving of leftover shrimp stir-fry. I’m going to be making Zucchini Noodles for dinner with some Alfredo sauce and buffalo chicken sausage. I’ll let you all know how it turns out!

Groceries

For the week, I bought:

Cauliflower rice
Zucchini
Red bell pepper
Avocados
Strawberries
Walden Farms chocolate dip
Flax pitas
Shrimp
Turkey breast deli meat
Buffalo chicken sausage
Alfredo sauce
Heavy whipping cream
Sugar free caramel coffee creamer
Halo Top (strawberry & cookie dough)
Pork rinds

Meals:
Shrimp stir fry with cauli-rice
Buffalo chicken sausage Alfredo over Zoodles

I cook for myself so I’ll have plenty of leftovers! Lunches will be tuna in lettuce wraps, turkey pitas, and leftovers. Breakfast is usually eggs and avocado or something similar.

Lunch: lots of lovely rice with steamed carrots, broccoli and red cabbage, topped with cashews and a sauce made with fresh ginger, soy sauce, the juice of half a lime, curry powder and a lil brown sugar.

This was so so good. I’m going to have to write down the proportions I use for the sauce so I can share it because it’s gorg! :)

Recipe: Stir Fry

Description: Julienned vegetables on a bed of rice. 

Game ingredients: Cave Carrot, Common Mushroom, Kale, Oil

This recipe restores 200 energy and 80 health. It can be obtained from the Cooking Channel and sells for 335g. 

Difficulty: Easy, 30 minutes. Serves 3.

Stir fry is really easy and quick to make. It’s also a well-balanced meal.

-Vegetables, variety (carrots, snap-peas, beans, broccoli, peppers, onions, mushrooms, celery, etc. Whatever suits your fancy)
-½ pound meat, thawed. You can use chicken, beef, or pork. If you prefer it to be vegetarian/vegan, you can use a package of cubed tofu. 
-2 tablespoons cooking or olive oil
-1 cup rice
-Stir fry sauce, roughly ¼ cup (I used teriyaki)

Heat the oil in a large frying pan or a wok over medium-high. Slice the meat into strips with a sharp knife and add it to the pan, turning the pieces on all sides to brown them evenly. Turn down the heat to medium-low. 

In a small saucepan, combine 1 cup of rice and 2 cups water over high heat. Bring to a boil, then turn down the heat to low and place a lid on the pot. Let it simmer for 15-20 minutes. 

Slice up your desired vegetables and add them to the pan. I used onions, peppers, celery, and carrots. Slice them at an angle to julienne them if you like. 

Cook the contents of the pan, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables have softened and the meat is done. Add the sauce of your choice and mix it in. Cook for another minute or so. 

Fluff the rice with a fork once it’s done and then serve, placing the meat and vegetable mix over-top. 

It’s a very tasty and versatile dish, and easy to make to use up leftover veggies.

-SVR

Plant-Based easy, affordable meals.

Some meals for the 28 day health challenge. Cheap, affordable and really easy to make. I’m lazy but i still like eating delicious food. 

Breakfast:
- Fruit salad
- Fruit smoothies
- Overnight oats with fruit
- Breakfast smoothie bowl (Any frozen fruit with fresh fruits) topped with muesli/cereal.
- Cereal and dairy free milk
- Toast with tofu scramble
- Toast with spread (jam, peanut butter and what ever you like).
- Toast served with grilled tomatoes, mushroom, spinach and hash brown.
- Pancakes with fresh fruits


Lunch/Dinner: 
- Mixed salad with mixed beans
- Salads in general (mixed with whole grains, broccoli, pumpkin, beans, leafy salads etc.)
- Burrito wrap with beans, tomato and veggies
- Tacos, mixed beans, lettuce, tomato and baked wedges 
- Salad sandwich 
- Veggie burger with sweet potatoe wedges 
- Baked potatoe/sweet potatoe with mix salad
- Salad bowl - cous cous, mixed veggies, roasted potato and mixed beans
- Vegan pizza - tomato paste, garlic, mushrooms, onion, rocket, capsicum, olives, Italian herbs
- Cous cous salad
- Grilled veggies + tofu and hommus dip
- Rice and vegetable stir fry + tofu
- Rice, grilled tofu with mixed beans
- Hokkien noodle/rice noodle stiry fry with vegetable + tofu
- Tom yum noodles - rice noodles, vegetables + tofu
- Miso soup noodles - rice noodles, vegetables + tofu

Generally, i have a big lunch and smaller dinner but always eat till satisfied.
Simple little meals that i make on a daily basis, to which i’ll will play around with for the challenge.  And of course there will be other meals on the menu which may use a little bit more expensive ingredients, e.g. quinoa, chia seeds, mushrooms etc.  

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