By: Chef Laura Bonicelli
My “Vegetable Stir-fry with Cashews” is a favorite quick dinner with lots of crunch and color. You’ll love the angel hair pasta with the vegetables!
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about Vegetable Stir-fry with Cashews
Even though I cook and write recipes for a living, there are plenty of days when I know making dinner will be a challenge. In my planning for the week, I often include a stir-fry. Sometimes there’s a recipe, and sometimes it’s free-style. This recipe started as a throw-together, but I loved the combination of hoisin, oyster sauce, and tamari, and I always have a box of angel hair pasta in my cabinet. So, I wrote it down.
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Angel hair cooks in 2 minutes, and tossed with a bit of pesto, marinara, or roasted tomatoes always produces a tasty, quick dinner. But, why confine it to Italian cuisine? Asian cooking uses plenty of similar noodles. There’s just enough sauciness to keep the pasta from sticking together and plenty of crunch and texture to keep the stir-fry interesting.
All cooking, of course, works best if you exercise “mise en place.” But, with this recipe, it’s essential. Your prep time will exceed your cooking time; be ready to plate and eat!
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