b'Health and WellnessFatigue-Free FoodieSimple Snow Pea Simple Snow Pea Stir-fryStir-fryWhen you think of making a stir-fry, do you dread all the prep? A standard multi-ingredient stir-fry involves a lot of chopping, standing, and planning to make sure you add the ingredients in the right order for the proper amount of time for each to cook. What if we changed the way we thought about stir-fry?Instead of adding everything youd get in your favorite dish at an Asian restaurant, think about highlighting one or two avors at a time. Try pre-cut broccoli orets and red bell pepper with ginger. Or use a bag of fresh coleslaw-cut cabbageandcarrots withsomesliced waterchestnutsfor crunch. A dash of low-sodium soy sauce and a splash of mirin (sweet rice wine for cooking) will bring out the avors, as they do in this simple snow pea stir-fry. Ingredients: 2 cups snow peas, ends snippedcup jarred sliced mushroomstbsp minced garlic 1 tsp low-sodium soy sauce 1 tbsp mirinInstructions:Put a frying pan over medium heat on the stove. Spray lightly with oil from a mister or with cooking spray. Add snow peas. Cook 3-4 minutes, stirring occasionally, until they begin to become bright green. Add garlic and mushrooms. Cook 1-2 minutes until garlic is fragrant. Add low-sodium soy sauce and mirin and stir to coat. Serve immediately over the grain or noodle of your choice. msfocusmagazine.org 58'