Such an easy, quick dinner.
It takes more time to chop your veggies than it does to cook them.
You could also make this as a side dish.
Baby Bok Choy
Red Bell Pepper
lil' bit of Sesame Oil
salt and pepper
Wash and chop your veggies.
Mince the garlic.
Adjust your ingredients based on what you like.
My family really loves onions so I used an entire onion in this recipe.
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A wok would probably be perfect for this but I have a huge frying pan instead.
Heat your oil over medium-high to high heat.
Add garlic and onions, stir fry for a few minutes.
Add green beans, red pepper and sesame seeds.
I like to add the seeds now so they get toasty (or you can toast them first).
Stir fry for a few more minutes, probably 4-5.
Finally, add mushrooms and bok choy.
Stir fry for 5-8 more minutes until everything is done.
It may take less time in a wok.
Salt and pepper to your liking and enjoy.
It's really yummy just like this but if you'd like to add something to the top,
here are a few suggestions:
More sesame oil,
A light teryaki sauce,
Something sweet, like a maple glaze.
Be creative, have fun. It's just food.