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how to make ginger garlic stir fry | Family Cuisine

This stir fry can be a quick and easy dinner option. It is a good dish to make when you have leftover chicken or pork from another meal. The ginger, garlic, and soy sauce give the dish a great flavor.

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How to make ginger garlic stir fry

A 30-minute meal that requires few ingredients and hardly any effort! This Garlic Ginger Chicken Stir Fry is marvelous to whip up any night of the week. 30-Minute Garlic Ginger Chicken Stir Fry | familycuisine.net #healthy #dinner #recipe #paleo #glutenfree

No matter how much effort we put into making time, there’s just never enough of it to go around in this life. You know when life gets real busy and all of a sudden the little piddly things start falling through the cracks?

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For me, it’s the mundane things like moving the laundry from the washer to the dryer (what.a.task!), paying a lick of attention to the news, washing my car, cuticle maintenance, and getting my regular dose of YouTube videos (such as this one and this one <- yeer welcome) to keep my entertainment barometer at my preferred level.

Case in point, it’s hard to fit it all in and still be a well-balanced human.

Which is why I totally understand how it becomes easier to cram the nearest happy hour nacho in your face hole after a long day of work, versus making a home-cooked meal.

Enter: 30-Minute Garlic Ginger Chicken Stir Fry. ALL THE WINS!

30-Minute Garlic Ginger Chicken Stir Fry | familycuisine.net #healthy #dinner #recipe #paleo #glutenfree

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What if we could do this home-cooked meal thing in less than an hour? Less than 45 minutes? Right around 30 minutes? Now we’re talking.

Lately, I’ve been revamping my kitchen philosophy to focus on meals that can a.) be made in a FLASH but b.) are still super healthy and c.) super flavorful. <- the trifecta of holy culinatrimony if you ask me. When I think quick//healthy//flavor, I immediately think: ethnic food.

30-Minute Garlic Ginger Chicken Stir Fry | familycuisine.net #healthy #dinner #recipe #paleo #glutenfree

If I had to pick a type of meal I could eat for dinner for the rest of eternity, it would be the stir fry. There’s no arguing with a well-rounded filling meal that comes together in a flash.

The reasons I love stir fry include, but are not limited to:

1.) Most hearty vegetables and animal proteins can be incorporated,

2.) There are endless options for getting frisky with spices and sauces,

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3.) Short prep and cook time (so long as you find ways to cut corners)

4.) Makes ah-MAY-zing leftovers, and {{BONUS POINTS}}

5.) Affordable to prepare.

This super simple chicken stir fry is all dolled up with ginger and garlic. Instead of using all sorts of sugary sauces, you’re getting your flavor from fresh ingredients and a little sriracha kick.

If you aren’t a fan of any of the vegetables on the ingredient list, feel free to substitute them with something different (try fennel, cauliflower, red potato, sweet potato, chard/kale/spinach on for size!), or omit it altogether.

You can also make this recipe using shrimp, beef, or pork. Choose your proteins, mates!

Psst! If you love stir fry, be sure to check out my Butternut Squash Ginger Chicken Stir Fry and Salmon Stir Fry with Vegetables.

30 minutes ’till heaven!

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