Stir fries are one of my favorite things to turn to for quick meals and easy ways to get my veggie quote in. You really just have to throw some stuff in a pan, cook it ’til it’s tender (or no longer raw, if you’re cooking meat), and season to taste with garlic, herbs, and salt. For a hot meal, it really couldn’t get much easier. Plus, they tend to be very forgiving: You can substitute spinach for kale or chard or collard greens, yellow squash or zucchini for carrots or mushrooms, pork or chicken for beef–whatever you happen to have on hand. In this Mushroom Spinach Stir-Fry with Bacon, the caramelized onions pair wonderfully with tender-juicy mushrooms and the burst of umami from salty bacon. This recipe actually served as inspiration for one of my favorite recipes in my e-book 28 Days of One-Pot AIP… which incorporates liver into this delicious mix in such a way you’d never know it was liver if you didn’t cook it yourself. 😉
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