There's no plan, and it's not pretty, except for being pretty rushed before picking up my kids from school. I took a few last-minute pictures, nonetheless.
Ingredients: veggies I had on hand, lo mein noodles, mystery sauce
-carrot stick- shredded, julienned, sliced, whatever - I had bits of all today
-celery stalk-cut (I discovered it isn't easy to julienne celery)
-onion-a wedge chopped
-small garlic clove pressed
-two bok choy leaves
-6 sugar snap peas, cut up
-interesting chive-like sprout-thing
2/3 cup of chicken stock
4 T tamari sauce (type of soy sauce)
2 T white wine (the cooking variety)
2 T corn starch
Cook lo-mein as directed (or rice, or favorite pasta or nada). Set aside.
While the noodles are cooking, heat
Heat some of the mystery sauce in pan. Quickly add the noodles and heat through. Set aside.
|"Is rinsing your food allowed?"|
"It is now."
|Washed clean like a baptized soul.|
If I use the sauce, I'll only use a little on the noodles and leave the veggies in their crispy, savory glory. The veggies were crispy and flavorful all on their own. I may play around with the sauce and experiment with diffferent ingredients.
I think simply adding some tamari or teriaki sauce to the concoction is fine and quicker. I don't need to get all saucy.