|Posted by Bee & John on November 8, 2011 at 4:50 PM|
People are often surprised when I say I do my stir fried veggies in my Thermomix. Easy. Yum - er... actually not yum... DELICIOUS!
I think I might have mentioned my earlier preference for all things NOT vegetable? Well, done this way they are really lovely and tasty! Satisfies the inner herbevore!
It's easy too, which is a huge bonus. Chop some garlic, chop some ginger, saute, add veggies, cook a couple of minutes, add a little soy sauce, cook another couple of minutes, eat and ENJOY.
HINT: when you buy ginger, it can go grungy before you use it. Peel it when you get home (use potato peeler) and chop into smallish chunks (1-1.5cm cubed) and put in the freezer! You can take them straight out and use.
HINT: if you like your stir fry veggies to be softer, cut them smaller, if crunchier, cut them bigger.
HINT: Get some hokien noodles - soak t hem in boiling water in the thermoserver for the time it takes for the veggies to cook - drain and stir the veggie into them for a more substantial meal.
HINT: if you think you'll be in a rush when you get home, cut the veggies up the night before!!
Photo is of some snitzels cooked in the frypan while I made the veggies (the sauce is cashew satay sauce - an upcoming post)