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One Wok Beef Stir-Fry

In the kitchen, wrist twistin’ like it’s stir-fry.

Migos

Whenever I hear the word “stir-fry” I instantly breakout into this song:

Have you ever heard this song before? I really encourage you to play this on repeat in the background as you make this recipe…

… on another note this Beef Stir-Fry is EVERYTHING!

I’m all about one pot meals these days because they’re convenient. Although my travels have relaxed I’m finding these all in one meals to be quick and easy. As I shared with you on my Instagram Stories I am doing the Whole30 Program (a reset/elimination diet). After travelling constantly for 4 months and hardly ever cooking my meals (sometimes breakfast), I feel like I needed a reset to get my skin, bowels, and relationship with food in-check. I’m also doing this program as a self-experiment to see if any foods affect me and to see any health benefits that come with eating less inflammatory foods. So far so GOOD! I’m really liking this program, however I’m still getting used to cooking a different way, which just means more recipes for YOU!

So far on the Whole30 Program I have been getting hungry at unexpected times during the day so to satisfy my hunger fast, easy prep meals have been my go-to.

So here’s another one pot (or wok) wonder: 1 Wok Beef Stir-Fry!

As I have said before I love one pot meals because they are quick, great for meal prep, and allow you to use loads of veggies you have on hand.

I also love this One Wok Beef Stir-Fry because it’s high in protein and uses coconut aminos instead of soy sauce. I have been using coconut aminos for 2 years now, and I find it to be the PERFECT alternative to soy sauce because:

1. It contains no MSG (monosodium glutamate (known to cause allergies and inflammation)

2. It contains no phytoestrogen (compounds that function similarly to human estrogen, which can be problematic especially for women).

3. Coconut aminos are rich in that “soy sauce” flavour without all the salt. Coconut aminos contain on average 1/3 of the sodium of soy sauce. In addition, it’s rich in 17 amino acids, potassium, and vitamin C.

To know that I can get that same “soy sauce” taste without all the side-effects nourished my mind, body, and soul!

Bragg Coconut Aminos is by far my favourite because of the quality and quantity you get for the price. The Bragg company goes all the way back to 1912 in the Health and Wellness industry, so their products are tried, tested, and true.

So without further adieu, here’s my One Wok Beef Stir-Fry recipe.

one wok beef stir-fry recipe

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I hope you enjoy making this One Wok Beef Stir-Fry! Remember, you don’t need a wok (use a large pan if you don’t have one) and you can ALWAYS make ANY of my recipes your own by adding or substituting the vegetables of your choice. This recipe is so versatile so use whatever you have lying around in the fridge.

Let me know when you make this recipe by tagging me on Instagram and use the hashtag #intheNO. While you’re on my IG Page don’t forget to check out my Recipes Highlights to see many other healthy recipes.

As always, I look forward to feedback. Do you want more one pot meals? Do you want more zoodle recipes? More recipes that use 10 ingredients or less? Let me know in the comments below.

Yours in wrist twistin’ like it’s stir-fry,

Rachele

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