Whole30 Day 3 Meal 3:
Stir Fry! I usually treat stir fry as one-pot wonder, but it is hard to get the protein seared nicely on the second side while the veggies are steaming on top. So, tonight I tried a two pan technique and it really paid off! First, I prepped all my ingredients. Once you start cooking it goes by fast! I preheated two skillets with avocado oil. Once I had green onions diced, carrots sliced into ovals, broccoli chopped into florets and chicken cut into bite-sized pieces and sprinkled with ginger powder and garlic powder, I added the seasoned chicken to the larger hot skillet with plenty of space to get a hard sear. Meanwhile, I added the carrots to the small skillet and let them cook with a lid until I was happy with their texture, then removed them from the pan. I scrambled a couple of eggs in the same pan and set them aside, then used the pan again with lid to sauté/steam the broccoli florets. Once the chicken was beautifully browned, I flipped it. I made the stir fry sauce (1T arrowroot powder, 2T coconut aminos and 2T coconut vinegar) in a small container and shook well. When the broccoli was nearly done, I added the carrots and egg back to the skillet to warm them through and seasoned with salt, pepper and toasted sesame oil. Once the chicken was totally done and crispy, I stirred in the stir fry sauce which thickens immediately to rich, sticky perfection! I plated the veggies on the bottom, the chicken on top and garnished with toasted sesame seeds and green onion. Perfect! Literally my favorite stir fry ever in terms of color, texture and flavor! I typically use Tamari gluten free soy sauce for stir fry, but since I am on W30, I subbed in coconut aminos. I find coconut aminos to be much sweeter than Tamari, so I add vinegar to bring some bite back to the flavor profile.
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