As you might or might not know, I’ve recently become addicted to rice noodles. They were delicious in the Asian Beef with Noodles soup, and are good cold. I’m thinking a cold summer salad in the future with them.
At any rate, I had them on hand and I had picked up tilapia for dinner… what to do with the tilapia. I get bored of steaming and baking it, and I had to use up some leftover chicken stock, carrots and broccoli so I thought stir-fry!
So here it is. I searched out some recipes and decided to go with the one from Taste of Home, which called for chicken but bahhhhhhh. When do I ever really follow a recipe exactly!
Tilapia Stir-Fry adapted from Taste of Home found on allrecipes.com
- tilapia – 3 filets
- soy sauce
- 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
- cooking oil, I used canola
- broccoli florets
- celery, sliced
- carrots, chopped
- yellow onion, chopped
- chicken stock, 1 – 2 cups
I basically prepared this the way the recipe stated. As for the ingredients, oftentimes I don’t measure when I cook. I just add as much or as little of what we like, or what we have… don’t waste and use what you have!
Cook the rice noodles according to directions. Be careful not to over cook. After they are done, run under cold water to stop the cooking process. Set aside.