Saturday, August 20, 2011

A "Thumbs Up" from my family!

I''m at it again.
Needed to use some leftover veggies in the fridge so they wouldn't go bad. Soooooooooooo...........
I sauteed some cabbage, green peppers, and celery in sesame oil. After they were cooked, I added green onions, mushrooms, more cabbage, a little chicken broth, garlic powder, Tai seasoning and boned rotisserie chicken pieces marinated in teriyaki sauce. If it hadn't been so early I would have cracked open a Shock Top, but honestly 8:00 a.m. was just too early!
After sauteing everything for a few minutes, I poured the mixture over cooked spaghetti noodles and mixed it all together.

I made this Thursday morning in about a half  hour and this is what was left when I got home...

Next time I make it, I will not saute the veggies as long and will add more spice, but my family loved it and even went as far as to say it was "restaurant quality", so you can't really argue with that.
Easy, quick, inexpensive!


  1. Since it was still morning, it was probably good that you didn't crack open a brew--after all, this isn't college!
    On the other hand, it sounds like the kind of food that would go along beautifully with a beer.

  2. That comment was actually from me.