Quick Veggie Beef, Broccoli, and Mushroom Stirfry
1 bag of Morningstar Farms meal starter steak strips
2-4 portabella mushrooms
1 bag of frozen broccoli
2 tablespoons of Annie's shitake and sesame vinaigrette dressing
2 tablespoons of reduced sodium soy sauce
onion powder or flakes
1 tablespoon olive oil
This is just something quick I came up with and I was surprised that it was quite edible. The cooking time will vary depending on if you need to cook the rice or not.
So first things first, boil the brown rice. Cut the portabella mushrooms into strips.
In a plastic container with a cover put in the veggie steak strips and the mushrooms. Add the dressing, soy sauce, a good amount of garlic powder, and some onion powder or flakes. Put the over on the container and shake to spread the marinade. Let sit for a few minutes and flip the container upside down half way through the time. I only let mine sit for about 20 minutes while the rice was cooking, but I don't think it has to be too long if you don't have the time.
Put the olive oil in a large skillet and spread it around the pan. Put in the broccoli and cook until it is no longer frozen. Add the veggie steak and mushrooms to the skillet (which I had on medium-high) and pour in whatever is left of the marinade. Stir in with the broccoli and cook. I let mine simmer with a cover on it for awhile. Cook until thoroughly heated. A
Serve over brown rice. I'm sure you can be MUCH more creative with this and even use fresh ingredients, but it is an easy quick recipe to make.
Please forgive me if the Morningstar Meal Starter steak strips are not fully vegan for some reason. If that is the case, I'm sure you can find an equal substitute.