For me, stir fry was yet another thing I discovered that Cassidy made incredibly well. He lived alone in San Francisco for over a decade before we met and he learned to cook so many things that I have written about – homemade pizza, nachos and tacos, pastas, stews and broths, and more. He has a tasty stir fry recipe that he has taught me over time. He mostly adds chicken to his, but I’ve often suggested small or large changes here and there – like no meat except eggs – and then the one we made on Friday night. Land & Sea Stir Fry because it contains chicken and Bumble Bee® Solid White Albacore in Water.
Bumble Bee® Solid White Albacore in Water is such a timeless taste for me. I can remember eating it as tuna salad, eating it straight from the can with toast for protein boosts, and eating my mom’s famous tuna noodle casserole. I remember putting a dollop of albacore into my lunch salads, and eating it with hard boiled eggs, carrot sticks and cheese as a college student.
What I also love, is the versatility of Bumble Bee® Solid White Albacore in Water , and how much fun it is to eat now as an adult. It’s the perfect ingredient to enhance almost any recipe, with its firm texture, light color and fresh taste. Bumble Bee® adds a variety of nutrients to your meals and snacks – including lean protein, healthy fat and important vitamins and minerals. See their website for full nutritional facts, link HERE. Bumble Bee® offers responsibly wild caught Albacore.
What you’ll need:
Rice of choice (we get wild rice from the co-op)
Boneless, Skinless chicken breasts
Can of Bumble Bee® Solid White Albacore Tuna
1 head of garlic minced (we use a lot)
1 chunk of ginger
Salt & pepper
What you’ll do:
1. Prep time. Start your rice (or noodles) cooking and chop your vegetables.
2. Mince your garlic, grate your ginger into a mush, and combine into a small bowl.
3. Heat up coconut oil in a wok until it’s hot and add half of the garlic and ginger mixture.
4. Cook the chicken now until it’s done and set aside. Season with season and pepper.
5. Clean out wok and heat up coconut oil again. Add hard vegetables first – broccoli and carrots. Then green beans.
6. Then add the bok choy and water chestnuts. Add soy sauce and sesame oil to taste towards the end. Cook and set aside.
7. Lastly heat up the tuna and season with salt and pepper. Set aside.
8. Set up a stir fry station! In our house, we have the vegetables together in one bowl, and then we choose the chicken, the fish, or both, and the rice or noodles, or both – all in their own bowls. Since we all like our stir fry differently, we set it up more like a buffet. You can absolutely combine the ingredients as well, if you have a more cohesive household than we do!
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