Sweat Equity (noun)- sustained effort; hard work

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Make healthy meals easy!

Posted by Sweat Equity on 04/21/2015

Most of us are time crunched, but would still like to eat healthy. The question is, how do you do that quickly? The easiest way that I have found is to have the following on hand and thawed:

  1. Chicken or Beef that is cut into cubes or strips
  2. Frozen mixed vegetables
  3. Seasoning or sauce of your choice. I like Szechuan, Terriyaki, and Thai Peanut Sauce
  4. Brown Rice

If the meat is thawed (it takes a minute to move it from the freezer to the fridge), put the meat, veggies, and sauce in a container to marinate overnight

Cooking the rice will take less than 10 minutes

Put all of the marinated ingredients into a skillet or wok and cook until meat is thoroughly cooked. If it is the right size skillet, it should take no more than 15 minutes to cook.

Time it all right, and the meal will be done in under 20 minutes.

Feel free to try your own mixtures of ingredients.

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