During the summer, we try to avoid using the oven. Without an AC unit, it heats up the house way too much! Thankfully, living in Montana, we get lots of cool nights! As long as we plan, we can keep the house pretty cool if we just open all the windows at night and close everything up in the morning (and don’t use the oven all day). We figure if Jethro isn’t panting, it’s cool enough!
Jethro staying cool, despite his thick wintry coat!
That leaves us eating cereal (usually just for breakfast), salads, wraps/sandwiches, and whatever we can throw on the grill. So we eat LOTS of burgers during the summer! (Warning: I’ll be posting several elk burger recipes in the next couple of months.)
I originally called this dish a stir fry, but it’s not really a stir-fry by technical definitions. I didn’t use a wok. It wasn’t cooked quickly. There was not smoke or splashing oil involved. It was rather tame in the kitchen. More of a sauté, stir a bit, and simmer until thickened. So I’m calling it a “bowl.”
But whatever you want to call it, the end result was delicious! I always say that, though, don’t I?? But this time, I have Roy’s words to back it up! His words were something along the lines of, “That’s definitely a top 5 meal!” Yup, top 5.