Today is the last day of this column on Beliefnet.com. After over 12 years of daily writings on Beliefnet, I’m moving on. I thank God for this wonderful experience. As far as I’ve been told, I’m the last original Beliefnet contributing editor and writer; everyone else is new. Now, however, I need to make some […]
Here’s a recipe that’s so fast and so healthy. It’s become one of my favorite dishes. You may add some cooked chicken pieces, or shrimp, or beef slices, as you like. This recipe serves two, or is good for leftovers. Very low fat, low-calorie and great.
1 bag of pre-cut Asian vegetables (or get 1 onion, 2 carrots,1 red-pepper, ½ head broccoli, a small can of water chestnuts or sliced bamboo, and chop up everything in large pieces).
1 Tbsp. oil (olive, or vegetable preferably)
1 Tsp. sesame oil
1 Tbsp. soy sauce
1 Tsp. honey, Stevia or molasses
Put everything in a sauté pan or wok, add the first oil and cook over medium heat until the vegetables are just barely cooked and still crunchy. Then add the sesame oil, soy sauce and sweetener to taste.
Serve over ¾ cup brown rice.