Classic Meat-and-Veggie Stir-Fry

Combining sliced meat and veggies in a classic stir-fry is how we Chinese people get our “balanced” meals every day. It is quite simple to make and above all, versatile. This way of cooking allows you to mix and match whatever ingredients that are beneficial for your blood type.

In this example, I have used lamb kebab, broccoli rabe, dandelion greens and golden beat. Ideally, the meat in a stir-fry should be sliced thinly in order to increase the surface area for the heat to be transferred. But I was in a hurry to make dinner the other night, so I used lamb that was pre-cut into cubes for kebab purposes. Needless to say, cooking time increased. So much for being a lazy cook, LOL!

For Type Os, feel free to replace the lamb with grass-fed beef, as beef is super beneficial for Type O. Lamb is beneficial for Types B and O, and an avoid for Type A Secretors (about 80% of Type As). For Blood Type A Secretors, feel free to replace the meat with sliced baked tofu or fish like cod.

If you can include meat in this dish, I would recommend my “secret marinade.” It doesn’t only make the meat taste terrific, but is also extremely nutritious. To get the recipe, please click here.

If you don’t have a Chinese wok, don’t sweat. A regular frying pan will do. Try it out and let me know how your stir-fry turns out. Don’t forget to leave a rating for the recipe by going to the “Review” tab below and clicking on the stars. Thanks so much!

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