So I've decided to take today to post another recipe... and what makes it even better is that this one is actually meant to be edible (as opposed to the potentially edible--but not sure I'd try it sugar scrub recipe I posted last week.)
Unfortunately, I didn't take any pictures when I made this the other night, but it got the wide-eyed thumbs-up from my husband between mouthfuls... so I figured I'd share it anyways. (I'll try to remember to take pictures from now on so you can see the process and finished product!)
Spicy Honey Stir-fry with Chicken and Brown Rice
a bit of olive oil
4-5 raw chicken breasts, cubed
1-2 bags frozen stir-fry vegetables (I chose a bag with broccoli, carrots, bell pepper, and water chesnuts)
1 bag brown ready-rice
2 Tbs Thai peanut sauce
1 Tbs general tzo Sauce
2 Tbs sriracha sauce
1 Tbs ground ginger
juice of 1/2 a lime
4 Tbs Honey
salt & pepper to taste
(I purchased most of sauces either at the local Asian market or Target)
*Drizzle a little bit of olive oil in the bottom of a stirfry pan and add chicken. Cook about halfway to 3/4 then add bag of stir-fry vegetables.
*Use tongs to stir and toss regularly until chicken is cooked through and veggies have softened.
*Drain excess fat/liquids from stir-fry.
*Cook rice as per bags instructions, then add into pan with chicken & veggies.
*Right before serving, add remaining ingredients & toss well.
*Serve piping hot, & garnish with a lime wedge or two. (add chopsticks to your table if you have 'em!)