thing someone can cook, and it’s usually pretty healthy for you. There a
probably a million different variations from the basic recipes which is what
makes it so appealing. I love making it when I am feeling lazy, or need a
simple healthy meal. So I make them a lot; like once a week a lot. Because of
this I like to dress them up with unique meats, or vegetables, mostly just to
add a fun twist and keep it fresh.
The unique thing about this stir fry is the venison. Venison
can be tricky at times to cook with for a couple reasons, its super lean so it
can get tough if over cooked, it can be gamey, and it cooks quickly, so you
don’t really have a lot of time to play around with the flavors without ruining
the entire dish. But you are lucky that I’m a pro and can tell you how to do it
or lamb, though you may have to adjust the seasonings a little.
A little side note: This meal wasn’t meant to be clean, it
just worked out that way. Don’t you love it when things like that happen?
1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
onion, garlic and carrot for 3-4 minutes, or until they begin to soften. Add
pepper, oregano, and soy sauce stirring well to combine. Add venison and cook
for 5-7 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add peas and cook an additional minute