It’s Thursday friends!!! Believe it or not, I’ve got another Trader Joe’s dinner for you today. Day #3 of the Trader Joe’s recipe round-up. I saved a good one for you.
But, I’d like to interrupt our TJ’s round-up for just a sec……
Because its International Women’s Day and I can 🙂
I read this about 15 times and I really, really love it.
Share or tag me in your favorite International Women’s Day quote. I can’t stop readying them and I want to share them all! Every.single.one!
Ok, now back to the recipe……
Who doesn’t love a quick dinner?? I’m always down to save some time. Which therefore allows more time for me to catch up on my BRAVO shows. Vanderpump. Summerhouse. Beverly Hills Housewives. Who’s excited for New York to begin next month? Man, I watched the teaser and they look + act crazier than ever!
And who doesn’t love an easy dinner? Less dishes to clean. Less prep.
Being in the kitchen is how I unwind each night. Normally with a glass of wine in hand and the record player playing something good. Just typing that made me smile:)
Oh and I almost forgot, I’d also be wearing my sweatpants + slippers…ha. How did I almost forget the first thing I do when I walk in the door?
Where was I going with that? Anyway, I love being in the kitchen, but weeknights can be cray-cray sometimes. I try to plan at least one super easy dinner each week.
I look over my calendar and decide what night I’m going to take advantage of the pre-prepped veggies + protein. Then save the tougher, longer to prepare dinner for a night that I don’t have much going on. When you’ve got a little extra time to pour a glass of wine and take your time. And maybe insta story as you go 🙂 Not that I’ve ever done that…lol.
This stir-fry was a hit in our house. So easy. So fresh. So good. BOMB.com leftovers.
Trader Joe’s products used to create this meal:
- Asian vegetable stir-fry (fresh veggie mix)
- General Tsao stir fry sauce
- Frozen brown rice (for bay)