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Felina’s Vegetarian Fried Rice©

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Ingredients

(4) Cups of Brown Rice (Cook this ahead of time so that it has time to cool. Separate it once cooled)

(2) Tablespoons Sesame Oil

(3) Eggs

(1) Cup of Fresh Corn (frozen if fresh is not available)

(1 ½) Cups of Fresh Peas (frozen if fresh is not available)

(2) Cloves of Freshly Minced Garlic

(1) 1″ Piece Of Fresh Ginger (finely chopped)

(1) Plum Tomato Finely Minced

(2) Tablespoons Soy Sauce

(1) Teriyaki Sauce

Add: Fresh Chives, Fresh Basil, along with other desired seasonings

Instructions

Step one:

Heat one tablespoon oil in a large pan over medium heat.

Add the garlic cloves and ginger and stir fry for one minute.

Crack the eggs directly into the pan and gently push them around in the pan until barely cooked, 1-2 minutes.

Step Two:

Add the rice and stir fry for a few minutes

Add the other tablespoon of oil and turn the heat up until it begins to sizzle.

The eggs will meld into the rice.

Step Three:

Add the frozen corn, peas, rice vinegar, minced tomato, soy sauce, teriyaki sauce, and stir fry for another 1-2 minutes.

Remove from heat, stir in your additional add-ins.

Enjoy!

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Felina’s Red Quinoa & French Lentil Mix©

Red Quinoa

(1 1/2) Cups of dried  Red quinoa

(1/2) Cup of dried French lentils

(4) Cups of Broth or Water

(3) Garlic cloves

(2) Bay leaves

(1) Teaspoon of Adobos

(1) Teaspoon of 21 Seasonings (Trader Joe’s)

(1) Teaspoon of salt

(1) Yellow Onion

(1) Large Carrot

(2) Plum Tomatoes

Finely chop

Garlic, Onion, Carrots and Tomatoes

Cooking Instructions

In a large saucepan add:

Broth or Water, Red Quinoa, French Lentils,

Garlic, Onions, Carrots, Tomatoes

Bay Leaves, Adobos, and 21 Seasoning

Stir ingredients on high until it comes to a boil

Add in salt

Turn down to low and let simmer for up to 40 minutes

Stir continuously until water has evaporated

Enjoy!

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Felina’s French Lentil n’ Pepper Stir-Fry©

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Jasmine Rice

In a large sauce pan add the following ingredients

(2) Cups of Jasmine Rice

(4) Cups of Water

(2) Tablespoons of Olive Oil

(1) Teaspoon of Adobos

(1) Teaspoon of 21 Seasonings (Trader Joe’s)

Turn on heat,

Stir ingredients

Cook on high until it comes to a boil

Turn down (low) and cook until water has evaporated

Pepper Stir-Fry

(1/2) Of an Orange Pepper

(1/2) Of a Green Pepper

(1) Yellow Onion

(1) Large Carrot

Dice the above ingredients

Place in a medium size fry pan with

(1) Tablespoon of Olive Oil

(1) Tablespoon of Worcestershire Sauce

(1) Tablespoon of Teriyaki Sauce

(1) Teaspoon of Adobos

(1) Teaspoon of 21 Seasonings (Trader Joe’s)

Cook on medium heat until it reaches the desired texture

Stir frequently

French Lentils

(2) Cup dried French lentils

(4) Cups of Water

(3) Garlic cloves

(2) Lemon slices cut into 4 pieces

(2) Bay leaves

(1) Teaspoon of Adobos

(1) Teaspoon of 21 Seasonings (Trader Joe’s)

(1) Teaspoon of salt

Cooking Instructions

In a large saucepan add:

Water, lentils, garlic, lemon, bay leaves, Adobos, and 21 seasoning

Stir ingredients on high until it comes to a boil

Turn down to low and let simmer for up to 40 minutes

Stir continuously until water has evaporated

Enjoy!

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Photo credit: Beth Phillips