The only real time you will see me eat them is at the Japanese hibachi restaurants. Something about the way it is cooked, and the simple flavors make them look enticing to me.
I had a "duh" moment when I realized I could make them at home!
So simple...yet, so tasty!
If I am feeling a little "wild and crazy" I might add some thinly sliced carrots.
Nothing more than that though, then it walks the fine line between being a neat copy-cat type side dish to being more of an every day stir fry.
We can't have that, it would be an identity crisis like we have never seen before!
1 Yellow squash
2 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp sesame seeds
1 Tsp ginger
1. Heat a skillet over med/high heat
2. Slice veggies in long, thick strips
3. Saute veggies for about 5 minutes until cooked, yet firm with brown colors
4. Add soy sauce and sesame seeds.
5. Serve immediately
Forgive my little bag-o-onion, I was using up leftovers