I love stir-fried veggies, all different kinds. Throw them in a pan, let them cook and eat. So easy. I have been craving an Asian style flavored stir-fry, without the soy/sodium, so I threw one together last night (also inspired by the veggies that needed to be used).
- Veggies of your choosing
- Chopped garlic cloves
- Dried ginger
- Kosher salt/pepp
- Coconut oil
- Coconut aminos
I started by melting a little coconut oil in the pan, and adding the more firm veggies-chopped garlic and onion. I sauteed until half-way cooked, then added the two kinds of zucchini and mushrooms. I seasoned with kosher salt/pepp/dried ginger, and let cook:It didn’t take long until they were done, so I threw them in a bowl and tossed them in coconut aminos, a substitute for soy sauce. Lower in sodium, organic, gluten free, non-gmo, dairy free, soy free, etc. It satisfied the craving without being over-powering.
Where do you get coconut aminos? I’ve been wanting to make stir fry for me and dad but toooooo much sodium! Whole Foods?
Too much sodium and it’s soy-blech! You can find it at Whole Foods, TJ’s might have it, but not sure. Mmmmm 🙂