It’s me, Kathleen, from Fearlessly Creative Mammas here to bring you another of my favorite recipes. What I love about this recipe is that it is mostly healthy and it is super simple to make. When I make this, I cut all of the vegetables and meat in the morning and then cook it when my husband gets home from work. He isn’t usually home at the same time every night and this is a quick cooking meal for us, plus it is so very, very good.
Many moons ago I was a Pampered Chef Consultant and I really, really loved it. I was pretty good at it too, if I do say so myself. I think if you can do something you like, it helps keep you happy in your work. The reason I stopped being a Pampered Chef Consultant is because my husband got this great job where he had to travel around the world to build buildings. We were blessed enough that our whole family was able to travel with him and we have lived in some fantastic places and met some wonderful people over the years.
I love Pampered Chef products and they also have loads of fantastic recipes. (No, this is not a sponsored post, it’s just the way I feel.) A few years after I stopped being a consultant, they came out with some spices. I bought one called Asian Seasoning Mix, which has a fantastic Asian blend of seasoning and it contains no MSG or preservatives. I love this stuff and buy it two or three bottles at a time. This recipe has the Asian Seasoning. If you don’t have access to the Pampered Chef brand, McCormick has a really good Asian Seasoning as well. This particular recipe is one that is similar to a Pampered Chef recipe. I read it one time and then I couldn’t find it again, so I just made up my own version. It is super good. My husband loves it and he is really picky.
Don’t you love this little bowl I found in Home Goods? I bought my mom some in Korea and I wish I had gotten me some as well. Maybe I will get to go back sometime, or I can just go to Home Goods again.
I hope that you love this recipe as much as we do. It makes great leftovers too. Usually we have enough for dinner and then for lunch the next day. There are usually only two or three of us eating though. What is your favorite Asian inspired dish? Does anyone have a great bok choy recipe?
I hope you will visit us at Fearlessly Creative Mammas sometime. We would love to see you there!