Tamari and Sesame Vegetables



This one has been sitting in my drafts for a long while now! Time to pull it out before it gets dusted over
I made this long back when I had a friend over for lunch!
A flavorful stir fry with crunchy vegetables, nutty sesame seeds and hot Red Chilies! A perfect side dish for Fried rice


Tamari and Sesame Vegetables

Adapted from Australian Women’s weekly

Ingredients
Vegetables of your choice-I used Mushrooms, Carrots, Beans and Kai Lan chopped finely –About 1 Cup
1/4 Cup Bean Sprouts
2 tspn Oil
2 tspn Tamari
1 tspn Roasted Sesame seeds
2 Cloves Garlic chopped finely
½ Inch Slice of Ginger chopped finely
1 Long red Chilly chopped finely

Directions
Heat oil in a wok. Stir fry the Chilly, Garlic and ginger
Add in the mushrooms, carrots, beans and sprinkle little water and cook until the vegetables turn soft
Add in the Kai Lan leaves,Bean sprouts, tamari and stir fry for couple of minutes.
Sprinkle the roasted sesame seeds and enjoy with a bowl of fried rice.


18 Comments:

  1. That's looks colourful and very inviting ..nice pics

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  2. Wat a healthy and hearty dish,loving it..

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  3. Looks too good and such tempting clicks..

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  4. Nice colorful and tasty dish !!!

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  5. this looks yumm and inviting

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  6. looks awesome! tamari refers to regular soy sauce, right?

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    1. @ Nags- Tamari is Japanese soy sauce, much lighter and flavorful than the regular soy sauce and it is less salty as well

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  7. its new to me..sounds delicious.

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  8. Sounds so yummy n inviting dish.

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  9. Looks so healthy n yumm! very colorful :)

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  10. gr8 ..lovely clicks and nice veggies....and thanks for letting know abt the Tamari..first time here,,,ur blog is beautiful...and lovely clicks..


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  11. I miss Japanese food, this one looks delicious Ramya.

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