Monday, December 26, 2011

The Great Stir-Fry Addiction

I love food. Good food. Ryan and I have a favorite atypical "stir-fry" lovingly named the Boulder Turkey Stir-Fry (have I posted this before?) and it is a shamelessly addictive meal that we eat all the time. It's named after some hippy Boulderites who invented it and when you see what is in it, you will understand the name.

It is a simple and affordable dish full of vegetables, turkey, and brown rice. And after all the rich/sweet/salty holiday treats we've been consuming this is a happy addition to our diet. So here is the way to make this tasty concoction:

Boulder Turkey Stir-Fry
Serves 2-3

1 lb turkey (or for vegetarians I bet a meat substitute would be delish)
1 large yellow onion
1 bunch purple or green kale
2 small beets
3 medium carrots
1 cup brown rice
A little salt
Pinch of ground black pepper

Saute the ground turkey with onions until fully cooked. Turn stove top to higher part of medium low (got that?), add a few tablespoons of water and throw in the kale, carrots, and beets. Add the salt and pepper to your taste preference. Let everything cook together for about 10ish minutes or until all veggies are tender.

Cook the brown rice separately (start it before the stir-fry since it takes longer) and set aside. Once everything is ready, put several heaping spoonfuls of the turkey vegetable mix over the rice and enjoy!

Is is that simple. Don't be surprised when your poop is purple tomorrow from the beets. It's just a hilarious surprise for eating this weird dish.

Behold, I will bring to it health and healing, and I will heal them and reveal to them abundance of prosperity and security.
Jeremiah 33:6

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