Remember, a stir-fry is the poster child for improvisational cooking: all amounts are approximate and all ingredients are flexible.
Eric Gower's Barefoot Stir-fry
Peanut oil and ghee
1 small red onion
1 very small spicy pepper, or to taste
2 cups broccoli, chopped
2 cups roasted cauliflower (leftover from last night's dinner)
1 or 2 chicken sausages, chopped (ditto)
4 cups leftover brown rice
2 eggs, beaten with a dash of gingered vinegar
Umami salt, fresh pepper, fresh chives
Chop all vegetables medium-small, keeping them roughly the same size. Chop the pepper a little smaller, take out the seeds if you're a scaredy-cat (like me).
Heat a wok or a nice sturdy cast iron pan over a medium-high flame, add about 1T each oil and ghee and the onions, pepper, broccoli and cauliflower. Stir fry for about 3 or 4 minutes, then add the chicken sausage and the rice and stir fry a few minutes more until everything is hot.
Make a well in the middle of the vegetable mixture, pour in the eggs and cook until just beginning to set, them scramble into the rice. Turn off heat, add umami salt, fresh ground pepper and a handful of chopped chives. Serves 3.
Bare feet are optional but dangerous...then again, some folks like it that way.