Stir Fry on the Healthy Side


   This week, after many unsuccessful attempts at healthy weight loss, I began a Plexus Slim Journey.  I know, only Day 3, but successful at present.

My current employer gave me an electric rice cooker which I’ve used often with white rice.  Today it was brown and success.  Great job, no mess, no gas used.  Once my stir fry veggies and sausage were done I combined the perfectly cooked rice.

Amazed!  A great hit with everyone.  When I went to put away the leftovers…what leftovers?  Not even enough for a helping in pan so I finished it off!  Pleased with myself!  A lazy day before Mother’s Day, sheets washed, dishes & kitchen cleaned up, cleaned off coffee table in den, watched Fixer Upper episodes recorded.  I love Chip & Jo.  Don’t you?  Then saw a Columbo Marathon so set DVR for them, hubby likes him more than I do.  Imagine that!  In the midst of that on a lazy Saturday I came up with this awesome meal!

First Julienned the onion, green pepper, sliced celery, diagonally & thinly sliced turkey sausage link, just over a pound of fresh asparagus placing in my enamel large skillet with a bit of oil, only added a bit of No Salt & pepper, and sautéed over medium while rice was finishing up.  Added a Steamable frozen bag of Spring Veggies to steam for last 3-5 minute;, (with squash, zucchini, red & orange pepper, carrot julienned pieces and a little asparagus). At first I had planned to just scoop sausage & veggie mix over the rice, but at last minute decided to combine as a stir fry, then added 4 short splashes of Lea & Perrins Worchestershire Sauce.  Great add!

Excellent Meal!

Oh, and my Mom received her card with a Cracker Barrel gift card!  I knew it would be a great choice!  Not disappointed!

Please feel free to prepare this awesome meal for yourself, a friend or your family!  Of course, play with your food, add ingredients, replace with whatever you have in the fridge, etc.


About gingy55

The Lord has blessed me in so many ways; family, friends, and those who may one day be friends. Being blessed with a rich heritage of cooks, I decided to share some of my life with those who are interested. I pray that you're going to be able to add to your repertoire of meals either by using my recipes or customizing them for you, your family and friends. BTW Gingy is the name my brother and sister called me when we were little as they couldn't say Jennie.

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