These days, as most days since Noah arrived, getting things done takes much longer than usual. Whether it be cleaning the kitchen (which is a NEVER-ending task), getting all the “fun” tasks around the house done or making dinner. Or lunch. And quite honestly I’ve just about given up on breakfast. I thought the daily routine might get get a little easier as he got older, however a crawling, almost-walking, insanely curious toddler is a force to be reckoned with. Yes, the day-to-day has gotten easier but simultaneously more difficult at the same time, if that even makes sense.
I make a variation of this recipe about every two to three weeks, mostly to use up the vegetables in my fridge. Even though prep for this meal does take a little bit since it involves a lot of chopping, it’s worth it since everything comes together pretty quickly once you start cooking. I have found two fried rice recipes on The Crunchy Radish and Edible Perspective that I use as my base and adjust depending on the ingredients I have on hand. Leftovers should keep for about three days, but they may not last that long!