Sometimes you just don’t feel like cooking. Heck, maybe it’s most of the time. That’s okay. Even if you’re trying to eat healthy, dinner doesn’t have to be an elaborate, hour-long slog of chopping, stirring, waiting, and cleaning dishes. This Asian Slaw Stir-Fry is one of my favorite quick and easy meals for a busy weeknight or lazy day. It takes hardly any effort to prepare, especially if you use pre-cut vegetables, and is ready in about 20 minutes flat. It offers a wonderful depth of flavor that’s guaranteed to satisfy those cravings for Asian food. I also recommend it for anyone that thinks they don’t like cabbage! Cooking it reduces some of the bitterness and the seasonings and beef work really well here. You can also use pork if you’d prefer. This is an awesome recipe if you want to get a larger variety of vegetables, particularly cancer-fighting crucifers, into your diet. Plus, cabbage is cheap!
Going Somewhere or Just Need a Break From Cooking?
Whether you’re traveling, moving, or just tired of spending so much time in the kitchen, 28 Days of No-Cook AIP can help. With four one-week meal plans designed for lazy days and/or a poorly-stocked kitchen, these simple dishes (including but not limited to salads, wraps, and smoothies) will make sticking to your autoimmune protocol diet during business trips, holiday travel, and times of illness or stress a lot easier! The e-book is now available as a digital download for $9.99.