Also read: 3 Easy Zero Waste Recipes
Hello everybody! Even though we are now entering December, and also wtf I am not ready, we can still enjoy dishes that are far from holiday themed. Actually I sometimes prefer that, otherwise I will be fed up with Christmas before it even begins. Therefore, I enjoy a good stir-fry, any time of the year.
This is one of those dishes that will rid you of all food scraps or small veggie pieces; it is the perfect anti-food waste recipe. I recommend not looking to much at what kind of vegetables I used, but look in your own fridge and use what you have, or what you can find plastic free. This recipe is not meant to be followed step by step, but more as inspiration. Let’s fight food waste!
Also I did a collab with LikeMeat in Instagram recently and they gave me an insane amount of the boxes with vegan meat alternatives. This is also a recipe that lets me use some of them, so that’s a win-win. LikeMeat’s vegan nuggets come in cardboard – no plastic packaging and I am in heaven. The first time I tried them I had them just with ketchup, they are heavenly and they have saved me from hangover cravings so many times at this point.
Also read: Falafel Recipe and Buy It Once Attitude
For the stir-fry I used: 1 cup of fresh spinach // 1 cup of bok choi // 1 small onion // 2 tbsps of spring onion // 2 cups of cooked noodles // 1 cup of broccoli // ½ a cup of peas // LikeMeat vegan nuggets
For the sauce I used: 4 tbsps of soy sauce // 2 tbsps of sweet chili sauce // 1 tbsp of peanut butter // salt, pepper and garlic to taste
This is how I did it: Heat a pan or a skillet and add a few tbsps of frying oil. When the oil is adequately hot, stir in onions and a few tbsps of the sauce. Let that simmer for about 3 minutes, then add the noodles with additional oil. (heat another pan and fry the vegan nuggets until golden brown). When the noodles are nice and fried add in the greens; also turn the heat down at this point. Lastly add the vegan nuggets with the rest of the sauce.