Dinner just kinda snuck on me after our little day trip to San Pedro for Lobster Fest. I usually cook 30 Minute Meals or less (Rachael Ray was my teacher), but last night I wanted something that would take 1/3 of that time. Scanned the fridge and decided to use these items:
Love that they’re prepackaged into two separate double-sized servings. Wish more companies would keep couples cooking in mind!
I kinda had no idea what I was doing when I started. Began by chopping and washing the organic bok choy that I picked up earlier from The Farmer’s Market.
Added a TB each to a hot nonstick skillet – grapeseed oil, Kimlan Soy Paste, and Trader Joe’s jarred crushed garlic
Once that dissolved (less than a minute) added the bok choy and noodles.
I was worried about the consistency of the noodles at first. They were kinda clumpy. But there was no time to think – I had to get crackin’
Two organic cage-free eggs scrambled with a take-out packet of soy sauce and a splash of water.
Turn the heat off when the eggs hit the pan and stir everything together for less than a minute – the eggs helped soften the noodles and added a silky consistency to the entire dish.
Pretty darn delicious, especially since it looked like it might have ended horribly, horribly wrong for a second there…
When my bowl was empty I refilled them with grapes – can’t remember the name of the green ones but the red ones were called “Malaga” from Fresno. Not quite as sweet as The Flames I got last week.
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