Need a high-speed and nutritious meal for a weeknight supper? Here’s my simple version of a shrimp and veggie stir fry supper. Stir fry dishes are always my go to meal whenever I need something under 30 minutes. You can get as fancy as you want to, or just utilize the ingredients you have in the refrigerator before the expiry date. I had some medium size shrimp and tons of fresh vegetables, so I put the sous chef to work (aka my husband) and in no time we were sitting down to a delicious stir fry over jasmine rice. So here’s how I went about it.
Bananas have got to be one of my favorite fruits. If ever I were stuck on a desert island in the middle of no where with only a banana tree in sight, I’d be as happy as a clam. Chomping on bananas and enjoying the sun’s rays would be my idea of heaven!
Coq Au Vin. It does sound exotic doesn’t it? The literal French translation is “Cock of the Wine” or more like “Cock cooked in wine”. When I think of coq au vin, Julia’s name pops to mind. Julia Child, was an American author, chef and television personality. She moved to France and enrolled in a cooking school where she developed a penchant for French cuisine. It was her wish to simplify some of the French dishes and bring them across the pond, thus making it less fussy for American cuisines.
A Happy New Year to all the readers out there. May 2017 be filled with lots of yummy dishes in your kitchen. It was a busy holiday season, so unfortunately my blog took a seat on the back burner so to speak. But I’m back again, ready to share some of my own creations and read a lot of yours.