Because there is no pun to which I will not stoop, this is a food post about a whatever’s-in-the-fridge stir fry featuring sesame.
This particular stir-fry contains the tag end of an onion and the same of a bunch of bok choi, the last of the sauteed mushrooms and some protein. This particular protein was pork, but chicken or beef or tofu or seitan would work just as well.
First, you cut everything up into bits. Then you heat some sesame oil pretty hot. Throw all the bits in and stir it around. Add some sesame seeds and whatever seasonings you want; I used Five Spice Powder, salt, and pepper. Cook it maybe ten minutes, or until your protein is either done or hot through, depending on whether it’s raw meat or cooked meat/non-meat to begin with.
Cutting everything up takes damn near forever, but it cooks in a flash.
Mmmm, so good! I think I may have added some Hoisin sauce, too. Whatever.
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