Wednesday, July 01, 2009

A Most Tasty Dinter

I broke out the wok and cutting knives and hooked up dinner in about 20 minutes flat tonight!


Uh-oh... almost forgot about the rice!

Okay... NOW it's tight!

Blog fam yells "OH NO! That looks like chicken up in there, LadyLee!"

Uh. No.

Told ya'll negroes I was going vegetarian.

Been vegetarian for 31 days.

743.5 hours.

44, 610 minutes.

2,676,660 seconds.

In other words, that ain't chicken!

That's seitan!

Chicken-style seitan. Yeah, yeah, I haven't heard of it either. Been hanging around that vegan store I roll up on once a week, and found out about it. Good stuff.

Looks like chicken.

Feels like chicken up in your mouth.

Hell, you get drunk enough, you'd probably swear it was real chicken!!

Anyway, I am posting the recipe... Not for you, but for myself.

And to prove to my baby blog sistah and keeper, Serenity30, who has my list of summer goals in hand, that I am sticking to the goal of preparing 2 or 3 vegetarian dishes this summer.

(And you know how cantankerous that chick can get when it comes to goals. HUMPH)

LadyLee's Special Bok Choy Stirfry

3 cups bok choy, washed and rough chopped

1/2 cup red bell pepper, sliced

1/2 cup onion, sliced

1/2 cup portabella mushrooms, sliced

1/2 cup seitan, sliced

1/2 cup broccoli

1 tspn curry powder

1 tspn sriracha pepper chili sauce

1 tablespoon of olive oil

Insructions: Throw it ALL in a wok and let her rip!!

LOL.

There are no real instructions to stir-fry. Stir it, fry it... then eat.

Turned out pretty well. I had a small container of leftover dirty brown rice made with soysage (I don't care for that soysage, man... AT ALL), and I paired it with my stirfry.

Dinner, from cutting up everything to sitting down and eating: 20 minutes...

Now THAT'S what I call fast food!!

Really though.

11 comments:

  1. That looks good! I needed an idea for dinner tonight, thank you very much. Except I will be having meat in mine.

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  2. @Chele... Works well with beef, chicken, shrimp, whatever! Double or triple up that recipe if you cooking for the crew!

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  3. Looks good. But I'm like Chele, I need real chicken.

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  4. I have a wok that I have never used. I keep telling myself i'm going to whip it out and make something. maybe this recipe will be it! And I'm glad you are keeping your goals fresh in your mind.

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  5. I need to come to your house to eat. Hell, I'd live longer.

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  6. Thanks for sharing the recipe, It looks really good, I'm going to try that recipe this week.

    Go head you little vegetarian girl!
    LOL


    Peace & Blessings!

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  7. It really looks good! Seitan huh? Might have to give it a try, one day.

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  8. That's healthy fast food! I need to ask a vegetarian friend about this.

    Oh, and congratulations on your goal!

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  9. Anonymous7:42:00 AM

    make me some lee!-- vivian:-O for real now`

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  10. hmmm, first time here. Looking good!!

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