The other day I threw together an easy stir-fry for a quick lunch.  It consisted of sirloin steak strips, broccoli, sugar snap peas, carrots, red onion, green onion, brown rice, and then sauce and seasonings of coconut oil (to coat the pan), liquid aminos, teriyaki, garlic powder, and ground ginger.

I started the steak strips first with a little coconut oil on medium-high heat, and stirred every so often until cooked through.  I sprinkled garlic powder and ginger over the steak.  I also got the brown rice going on the stove while the steak was cooking.

In the meantime, I got the vegetables cooking over medium heat with some coconut oil too!  I don’t add the green onions until the end, otherwise they overcook and get mushy.

When the steak is cooked and the veggies are tender and almost done, go ahead and mix them both together.  Then, add your desired amount of liquid aminos, teriyaki, garlic powder, and ground ginger.  I always start with a small amount- you can always add more but you can’t take any sauce away once it’s added!