Water sauté veggies and pile them high on top of Freekeh, the Ancient grain that has more fiber and protein than quinoa and rice with fewer calories. I love it as is or you can add in some Well Your World Asian Everything Sauce or your own favorite Thai peanut sauce. I don't add any spices as I love the flavors and crunch from these vegetables but feel free to spice it up as you like.
1 red pepper - diced
1 small sweet onion - diced
3-4 baby bok choy - chopped
4 cloves garlic - minced
8 oz. mushrooms - sliced
1 can water chestnuts, drained and sliced
zucchini and carrots -sliced or diced
1 C Freekeh (cooked)
*Additional vegetables recommended that I did not have on hand are julienned zucchini and carrots, cherry tomatoes and yellow peppers.
Add 2-3 T water to pan and heat up
Add onion and garlic 3 min.
Add in the remaining vegetables including the bok choy and saute an additional 5-8 minutes
Add in the drained water chestnuts and let saute a few minutes.
Drizzle with Well your World Asian Everything Sauce or your own favorite.
Stove top : bring 2 1/2 c water to boil and add Freekah -
Cover and cook 15 minutes or until water is absorbed.