Quick Stir-Fry Recipe with Mustard Greens


I love to throw together a stir-fry as a quick and healthy dinner. All you really need is rice, a meat, and some random odds and ends of vegetables to make it work.


Stir-fry with Mustard Greens

Here I used chicken, onions, bell peppers frozen last fall, carrots, and fresh mustard greens.

The mustard greens added such great flavor!

While the rice is cooking, I cook the meat, then begin adding vegetables. I start with the vegetables with the longest cooking time (like carrots), then end with those that just need a quick saute (mustard greens).

I typically just make my stir-fry seasoning to taste using the following: garlic, chili powder, soy sauce, pepper, powdered ginger, and a drizzle of sesame oil.

So quick, yummy, and nutritious.

If I didn’t think ahead to make something in the Crock-Pot (like fajitas!), I like to make something like this.

What’s your go-to quick dinner?

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