Beef Stir Fry!

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• Get a big ‘ol skillet heating with some coconut oil, and slice up your onions. When they’re all pretty toss them in the pan to start to sweat, you don’t want them caramelized just translucent.

• Once those get to a good spot, toss in your frozen veggies and let them cook for a few minutes, then add in your ground beef and continue to let it all cook.

• Once it’s almost cooked all the way through, add in your spices / herbs and Lemon Juice. Stir and finish cooking.

• Literally seconds before your ready to serve toss in your tomatoes and give a quick stir. That way you still have the cold bite of the tomato and still tastes “meaty” {and hasn’t softened}.

• Enjoy!



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    1. posted by Laura on April 9, 2012

      I made this last night. It was super easy, but the flavor was a little weird/boring. I added the chili garlic saracha sauce (no sugar like regular saracha) it was much better.

    2. posted by daysiejerez on October 4, 2012

      I had less that 8oz of this for lunch today. I used a little Latin flavor (spices) and also added a few pieces of Cuban green pepper, aka Italian pepper. I added these with the tomato just before serving. I’ve been full for the entire afternoon. I got three servings out of the mixture (8oz a piece).

      Leftovers for a couple more days.

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