I love to cook! I love preparing homemade meals for my family. I just feel like the aromas coming from my kitchen make my home, home. We associate different meals and different dishes with special holidays and family. I want my children to wake up in their beds to the savoring smells of omlettes, cinnemon rolls and blueberry muffins. I enjoy making crock pot meals and soup recipes on cold days. We always embrace comfort food recipes in the winter and grill out in the summer. I love walking into my house at the end of a long work day to smell pot roast simmering. I find such joy when my children ask for seconds and make requests. Cooking is a part of my heritage as both of my grandmothers were excellent cooks. I find joy in trying to master their recipes. I am honored to even have the opportunity to try them. I am also always trying to find new recipes to add to my collection of favorites. Tonight I tried a stir fry for the first time ever. It was a big hit and there were no left overs so I am sharing the recipe. The total preparation time was about 30 minutes, but the outcome delicious. Since I have been home for the past few weeks, I have been able to do some Internet searching to find some new recipes. I will attach the recipe from Mel’s Kitchen Cafe. I made no adaptions and think I might even make the Teriyaki sauce as a marinade for steaks. Simply, simple, my joy tonight was family dinner.
The link to this recipe is http://www.melskitchencafe.com/2013/07/teriyaki-chicken-stir-fry-30-minute-meal.html