This stir fry is quick, healthy, and delicious. The vegetables can be mixed together in any quantity and have the added bonus of being delicious when combined. They’re also perfect for eating out of the pan and making a quick grab and go dinner. It has the added bonus of being delicious when it’s on the stove top.
This recipe actually makes a lot of vegetables. You can just layer the ingredients on top of each other and cook them together. You could also buy the whole bunch if you have a big enough bowl. I like the spinach because of the color it adds to the dish.
spinach and potatoes are great mixed together and make the perfect snack or side dish.
I would have to say stir fry. Or stir fry with potatoes. It’s hard to go wrong with anything.
As for the vegetables: it’s spinach, broccoli, and carrots. The sauce is potatoes with garlic and ginger.
The reason I went with broccoli and potatoes is because that’s the first time I’ve ever seen a vegetable “in” a stir fry. It is one of the first things I add to my stir fry. I don’t know how long I had it on the stove though I guess we’ll never know.
I guess we are just not used to seeing vegetables in a stir fry. I was expecting to see some vegetables like potato with carrots and cauliflower.
I am not sure if spinach was the first vegetable I had in a stir fry, but I can see why it would be the first vegetable. A lot of stir fries are just mashed potatoes mixed with vegetables and rice or some weird stuff. It is a little weird to see vegetables in a stir fry. At least I think it is weird.
I’m sure you are used to seeing vegetables in a stir fry if you grew up in a house where they were considered the “spice” of the dish. The spice of the dish is the cabbage, and if you were to add broccoli to a stir fry, then your stir fry would have to be called a stir fry because that was the only vegetable in the stir fry.
The problem is that cabbage is not the only vegetable in a stir fry. Other vegetables that you can add to a stir fry include: carrot, celery root, onion, sweet potato, cauliflower, and asparagus.