This recipe started off with a question...
"What am I gonna do with this leftover steak???"
I sliced it up thin and then it hit me....STIR FRY!
The above picture shows the sliced steak thrown on top of thin sliced orange and yellow peppers, thin sliced onion rings, several pressed garlic cloves, S & P to taste, a handful of raw, whole almonds (could have used sliced almonds...but this was all I had to work with) and red pepper flakes.
Basically you want to quickly cook the veggies and then heat up the steak (so as not to over cook it).
When everything smells good, you'll want to add in a handful of spinach so it can wilt properly but not melt away.
I served everything on top of brown and wild rice
(which I had made several days prior and needed to eat up)
alongwith my trusty chop sticks for full effect!
I'm pretty sure I didn't add any additional flavours or spices to this dish, attempting to let the flavours of the foods stand on their own. It was a wonderfully colourful and flavourful meal! If you find it a bit bland for your tastes, you can try adding in some white wine vinegar for an extra zip.
Owen wasn't a fan of the stir fry...but he did like the chop sticks! He spent the dinner time trying to manipulate the chop sticks like mum was doing...and in the end just liked stabbing his noodles.
Try making something out of the ordinary...from another culture, another flavour...you'll never know how your kids will interpret the event. It may just open up a whole new world for your kids!
What weird and wonderful things have you been making in your kitchen?