In the last few weeks, it’s been so hot that fresh meals and snacks are all you feel like having. Last week at home for lunch, I was looking for a light, vegetarian meal. So I decided to improvise. My love of Asian food as well as an inspiring dish Marielle’s mom once cooked, made me go out and buy all the ingredients that looked fresh and decided to mix them with all the seasoning I love.
Here’s what you’ll need:
– Vegetables of your choice. I personally chose: 
   – Carrots
   – Fresh ginger
   – Celery
   – Spring Onions
   – Fresh Mushrooms
   – Green Beans
   – Bamboo Shoots (I couldn’t find fresh ones so I bought a can)
– 4 teaspoons of Honey
– The juice of half a Lime or Lemon
– Salt and Pepper
– Soy Sauce
– Worcestershire Sauce
– Sesame Oil
1) Wash all of your vegetables well and cut them into bits, slices, or any other form you like
Carrots

Spring Onions

Celery

Fresh Mushroom

Fresh Ginger

 2) Put them all in a casserole and add soy sauce, sesame oil, and worcestershire sauce.
The quantity of all 3 is the same and depends on how much sauce you’d like.

Soy Sauce

Sesame Oil

Worcestershire Sauce

3) Mix on high fire

4) Add 4 teaspoons of honey and half the juice of a lime and continue mixing until the sauce thickens and the vegetables become soft

And enjoy it with rice

 A simple and flavorous dish!

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