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Vegetable Stir Fry Recipe

I'm sorry to all my viewers who were looking forward to new posts. Our computer crashed, and we were without it for a while. I hope none of you are too disappointed.

To make it up to you guys, I have a new recipe I developed yesterday.

Vegetable Stir Fry

Green Beans
Can of Black Beans (or whatever you prefer)
Dry Seasonings (Garlic Powder, Sugar, Salt, Basil leaves, and Pepper)
Apple Cider Vinegar (Can be ommited)
About 2 tbsp. Olive oil (Or vegetable oil, but olive oil tastes best)

Make sure your vegetable are fresh, not canned!


First, put your olive oil in a skillet. Then, add seasonings and apple cider vinegar, as much as you prefer, depending on your taste. Add your green beans and saute on medium heat, covered, (make sure to stir every once in a while) until golden. Lower the heat and add your kale, then cover. If skillet looks dry, add more olive oil at this time. Now cut up your garlic, onions, & tomato and add them once kale wilts. Rinse off the beans and once garlic and onions turn golden, add as much beans as desired. At this time, add a little bit of water, enough to cover bottom of skillet slightly and turn heat up until the water bubbles. Cover and let it cook for a few minutes, stirring occasionally, until water evaporates. By this time, everything should looked cooked and well done. You could top this dish off with some mozzerella, or my favorite feta cheese.

Hope this makes up for everything!


  1. This is very delicious. Because it was a pure vegetables stir fry. I want to cook this on my own. Thanks for sharing.

    Best Stir Fry Recipe

    1. Your quite welcome. Thanks for your wonderful comment!


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