Recipe-Organic Peanut stir fry with Garden Fresh Veggies

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“Let Food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”

=Hippocrates

As a single mother of a toddler I have to come up with quick vegetarian meals on the fly for the starving little ones. This recipe turned out pretty well for tossing a few ingredients together from the fridge & garden not to mention utilizing left overs :) My son is a picky eater & it worries me that he is not getting enough nutrition at home but he had no problems scarfing this meal down. Maybe it was the creamy, sweet peanut butter sauce, the fresh green tomatoes from his garden or the Love that was put into it… either way whatever it was that got him to eat every bite was definitely a home run for Mom!

Organic Peanut stir fry with Garden Fresh Veggies

Organic Peanut stir fry with Garden Fresh Veggies

Organic Peanut stir fry with Garden Fresh Veggies:

Ingredients: All Organic NO GMO’s

Stir fry:

Organic rice- Left-overs

Green tomatoes sliced (Garden fresh about 2 handfuls)

¼ Red cabbage sliced-left-overs

½ medium onion

3 Garlic cloves

Corn-2 handfuls

1 ½ c. chopped mixed Kale-Garden fresh winter & Tuscan

Toasted Chic Peas:

16oz Chic peas-marinated & baked at 400degrees for 40 minutes

2 tablespoons coconut oil

1 tbsp cumin

1 tbsp turmeric

Season with salt & pepper

Sauce:

2 tbsp peanut butter

Splash Coconut aminos

Dash red pepper

2-3tbsp coconut oil

Splash lemon vinegar

1tbsp coconut sugar

1-1½ c. almond milk-If you have coconut milk use it, but this is what I hand on hand

Method:

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Mix chi pea marinate together, bake in over for 40 minutes at 375-400degrees. Warm rice on stove. Add salt to taste during cooking process. Cook cabbage & onion for 3-4 minutes over medium heat. Add rest of veggies. Add sauce ingredients and stir gently until thickens. Top w/toasted chic peas (that melt in your mouth), serve & enjoy!

Super simple recipe, you could use whatever veggies you have on hand, substitute with coconut milk and add more spices if desired. Whole cooking time 40 minutes; actual prep/cooking time 15 minutes!

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