Mandarin Orange Stirfry Recipe

Mandarin Orange Stirfry RecipeMandarin Orange stirfry is a delightful lunch. This recipe is vegetarian and contains fruit. How can you go wrong? The colors are fabulous, and the taste is even better. If you need a break from the meat & carb diet, then Mandarin Orange stirfry is for you!

Today for Lunch Audio – July 11, 2016 – Mandarin Orange Stirfry Lunch Recipe – Bob Loescher © 2016

Mandarin Orange Stirfry Lunch Recipe
Mandarin Orange Stirfry Lunch Recipe – July 11, 2016 – Robert Loescher © 2016

Making Mandarin Orange Stirfry

This is a very easy stir fry to prepare. Start with a can of bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, and mandarin oranges. Chop up fresh ginger. You only need two tablespoons. In a small pan, heat one-third of the oranges, honey, and water. Crush the oranges until they form a nice mixture. In a large pan, heat oil and mustard seeds until the seeds start to pop. Add the bamboo shoots, water chestnuts and chopped ginger. Stir fry for five minutes. Now add the orange sauce mixture and cook for another 4 – 5 minutes. While that cooks, boil a package of Ramen noodles. (You know, those twenty-five cent noodle packs. Throw away the flavor pack.) With thirty seconds to go, add the rest of the oranges to the stir fry. Put the noodles on a plate and top with the stir-fry ingredients. Resist embellishing this recipe with other ingredients or flavors. The fresh ginger and orange sauce is a beautiful combination that should be enjoyed all by itself.

Using Ramen Noodles

Why did I choose to use Ramen noodles instead of rice? I would like to give you a good reason, but the simple answer is that I am lazy. Making rice is too time-consuming. Yes, I have automatic rice cookers, rice steamers, and pressure cookers but in the end, I only need a pot of boiling water and two minutes to make Ramen noodles. Besides, at twenty-five cents, who can resist the incredible value? …Laughter is heard!   😉 

The Lunch Score

Mandarin Orange stirfry draws many compliments from co-workers. It is bright and colorful. The fresh ginger delivers a distinctive, delicious aroma. It even holds up well in the microwave. All in all, this is a lunch that offers a great taste and appeal.

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