Wednesday, December 24, 2008

stir-fried veggies plus bulgogi

i think Asian dishes are the easiest to make. it's seriously just a pot of whatever you want. yesterday i was craving lots of veggies with something satiating, so my mom and i made this stir-fried bulgogi and veggie dish. it was super easy, super simple, and super delicious (and healthy!). 

-bean sprouts
-bulgogi (lean beef marinated Korean-style)
-olive oil
-rice vinegar

there aren't even measurements to make this recipe because it's honestly about your own taste preference and how much of each ingredient you want. my mom and i put A LOT of cabbage into this dish because stir-fried cabbage is the best, but you can switch accordingly. 

basically, what you have to do is cut up all your veggies while you are stir-frying the bulgogi in olive oil in this huge pot. when you cut all your veggies and the bulgogi is cooked, move the bulgogi out of the pot and into another bowl. next, put all your cut veggies minus the bean sprouts into the same pot in which you stir-fried the bulgogi. stir-fry the veggies in olive oil as well. stir-fry the veggies for a good 5 to 8 minutes, until the veggies seem slightly wilted. then, add in the bean sprouts and stir-fry for an additional 3 to 4 minutes, and afterwards, add in the bulgogi and soysauce and rice vinegar. Put in a pinch or two of salt, stir-fry for a little longer, maybe 2 minutes, and ta-da, your dish is finito~ A complete, savory dish with all your veggies and protein. Eat this dish with a bowl of rice. 

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