This post is sponsored by Dorot Gardens, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
Veggie stir fry is a go-to meal in my house. And I recently found a way to make it even faster to cook, thanks to Dorot frozen pre-portioned garlic and herbs. No more chopping fresh garlic and ginger for me! Now I can make veggie stir fry in 15 minutes, and you can too!
One evening after work, I was on my way home, thinking about what to make for dinner. I was really tired, and even though I love to cook, I wasn’t looking forward to preparing a meal. Then I remembered my coupon stash was in my purse, so I took a detour and headed to my local Whole Foods.
Download your own $1 off coupon here: $1 off coupon for Dorot frozen garlic and herbs.
The first coupon I pulled out of my bag was for Dorot frozen garlic and herbs. I had used their chopped basil in the past for pasta, and I thought that sounded like a good meal. However, once I saw the crushed ginger, I knew it would be a stir fry night.
While I love adding fresh garlic and ginger to veggie stir fry, I don’t enjoy preparing it, especially the ginger. But now I don’t need to since I can just pop out a little pre-measured frozen cube from the tray and drop it in the pan.
Anyway, I picked up a bag of organic stir fry vegetables, a block of baked savory tofu, the frozen garlic and ginger, and I was on my way.
Don’t forget to click here: download your $1 off coupon for Dorot frozen garlic and herbs!
Dorot products include:
- Crushed Garlic
- Chopped Parsley
- Chopped Basil
- Glazed Onions
- Chopped Dill
- Chopped Cilantro
- Chopped Chili
- Crushed Ginger
Which Dorot product will you try? Let me know in the comments!
You may also want to try Dorot products in these other recipes:
And now for the easy veggie stir fry recipe!
Veggie Stir Fry
- Add the frozen vegetables to a skillet, then turn the heat to medium.
- Saute the vegetables until they start to get hot, then add the ginger, garlic, tofu, tamari, and red pepper flakes to the pan. Continue stirring until everything is heated through.
- Serve with rice. Enjoy!
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