Whether you’re prepping for the week ahead or looking for a quick and easy way to get dinner on the table, this 30-minute chicken stir fry makes an excellent addition to your weekly meal planning.
Happy Friday! I’ve had a tough week with long, busy days so I’m planning on taking it easy today. Like, I’ve been up for 2 hours but haven’t really left my bed. Oops. 🤷🏻♀️ Anyway, let’s get into the real reason why you’re all here:
30-Minute Chicken Stir Fry
In college, I made stir fries at least twice a week. A stir fry is such an easy way to eat: protein + vegetables + a carb source (noodles, rice) + some sauce and you’ve got yourself a full meal. They’re a great way to clean up the fridge and save yourself a trip – and some money – to the grocery store.
I’ve included what I put in this particular stir fry below but the possibilities are endless! We eat a lot of chicken around here so that’s what in my stir fry but a yummy thinly-sliced beef would be excellent. Or maybe tofu for some plant-based protein action? You got it!
Sauces are so easy to make on your own but feel free to buy something from the grocery store. The sauce I made is *literally* just some low-sodium soy sauce, white sugar, garlic and ginger. You can opt for honey (or hot honey!) in place of the sugar, fresh ginger or ground. Or kick up the heat with some red pepper flakes. 💃🏻