It takes only one pan and about ten minutes and you get to feast on the delicious stir fry that you saw yesterday. This amount provided leftovers, but heartier eaters may find this exactly the right amount of food for a meal.
That is a 12-inch Calphalon frying pan. It has become my favorite “pot” in the kitchen. It happily sautéed the fresh veggies to perfection, and then I plopped the leftover angel hair and (purposely kept rare) steak on top, turned off the burner, and covered it to let the warmth sift through the new ingredients to warm them without really cooking them further.
If you have/like fresh ginger, that would be wonderful sautéed with the first round of veggies. And, of course, garlic. I always forget to mention garlic because I seldom use it. But that should be done in the beginning with the ginger and onions.
I don’t remember if we put anything else on it, but slivered or sliced almonds, or a grated hard cheese would really make it sing an aria for you! A sprinkle of soy sauce and/or sesame oil would be good, too.
The sesame oil addition always escapes me until after the fact, but it really is good sprinkled on at table.
Give it a try! ;->