Combination Stir Fry with BBQ Peanut Sauce Recipe

Combination Stir Fry with BBQ Peanut Sauce Recipe, this is the perfect use for leftover veggies or any meat, chicken or seafood you have in your fridge. Delicious and Quick but better than take out anytime! #stirfry
Hola Amigos! I guess at this moment we are clearing the fridge to make room for our 18 pounder bird and pies and everything we can possible prepare ahead of time. But what to eat before Turkey Day  arrives? well, just check among the "forgotten" items while making that needed space, put them all together and make a delicious stir fry.

This dish came about  because in one of my shopping trips I noticed this perfectly delicious 16 oz of stir fry mix for only $1.69!!! that is a bargain! Most of the time I stick to my rule of buying each veggie by itself because it's usually cheaper, but this one was a no-brainer, just the broccoli alone was $1.99 per head and I just needed a few tops and stems. Same with everything else.
Combination Stir Fry with BBQ Peanut Sauce Recipe, a homemade meal better than take out! Make this delicious meal in no time with whatever you have left in your fridge. #stirfry

In my fridge I found 1 lonely chicken breast, left from a package of 5, a handful of shrimp and 2 thin cut boneless pork chops, I already had a supply of sauces and condiments from previous visits to take outs ( I know laugh, but they come in handy sometimes) and who doesn't have peanut butter in the pantry?

After a 30 minutes you end up with a flavorful stir fry for almost nothing! You have used some of your leftovers without repeating a meal and creating something worth of the best take out place in town!
The peanuts were an impulse buy at the dollar store, saw a bag of BBQ peanuts and bought 2 for $1 never knowing what I was going to use them for...perfect crunchy element for my stir fry!

Do you check the "manager's special" at your local grocery store? How often do you buy or do you just pass them? I'm  thinking of doing this more often if the value and quality are there and try to create something good for almost nothing.
Combination Stir Fry with BBQ Peanut Sauce Recipe, not enough chicken to feed your o 4 but plenty of veggies left? Give this recipe a try. All the flavors of your favorite take out only better and for a lot less! #stirfry

For this dish the only thing I bought was  the stir fry mix for $1.69!!! Score!
Combination Stir Fry with BBQ Peanut Sauce Recipe, better than take out and for a lot less, this stir fry is made with whatever you have left in your fridge and infused with exotic flavor thanks to the humble Peanut Butter!

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Combination Stir Fry with BBQ Peanut Sauce
1 1/2 tsp Sesame Oil
1 Chicken Breast, strips
2 Boneless thin cut pork chops, strips
1/2 lb Cooked Shrimp or use any meat you have handy
1 (16 oz) package Stir Fry Mix

1/2 Cup Onion, chopped
2 Cloves Garlic, minced
1 inch piece Ginger, ground
3 TBSP Peanut Butter
1 TBSP Soy Sauce
1 TBSP Hoisin Sauce
Thai Spice or Pepper Flakes to taste
1/4 Cup BBQ peanuts, chopped
Noodles or Rice to serve with your Stir Fry
In a skillet heat up the  1 TBSP sesame oil and fry your chicken strips and pork chop strips until cooked. Set aside. Coat the skillet with the remaining 1/2 tsp of sesame oil add onions, garlic and saute until for 3 minutes. Keep moving constantly not to burn the garlic. Add the Stir fry mix, chicken and pork chop strips. Mix until everything is well combined about 2 minutes, finally add the shrimp. Remove from heat. 
In a separate small sauce pan, on low heat,  mix peanut butter, soy and hoisin sauce until everything is smooth, add Thai Spice Mix or pepper flakes to taste. 
Pour this sauce over stir fry mix coating everything and serve your creation on top of rice noodles or white rice. Enjoy!

Prep Time 10 minutes                            Cook Time 20 minutes                       Serves 4-6 

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  1. Great way to use up leftovers!! I always check manager's specials. You never know what you might find :) Last week I got two cantaloups for only 50c ea that were slightly damaged on the top bu perfect inside. It was a pleasant surprise :)

  2. Love this recipe! =)
    You have a great way of putting ingredients together!! Pinning to my Dinner ideas board.

  3. This looks totally awesome! Thanks for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, Liz!

  4. Thanks for linking up at Snickerdoodle Sunday! This looks simply delicious, can't wait to give it a try. Hope to see you again next week!

  5. That is awesome Lizy! I bet I have all of those ingredients in my fridge right now. I can't wait to try it and surprise my daughter...she loves stir-fry. :) Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!!

  6. Love this stir fry recipe! I'm trying to lower my sodium content and so Chinese take-out is a big no-no. But I could easily make this at home and keep the salt in check. Thank you so much for sharing @ Let's Get Real!!

  7. Lizbeth you really have got me thinking. This stir fry looks so delicious that now I have to figure out what meals will give me this leftovers. LOL! Stir frys are a great way to use what you have on hand to make a delicious meal. Thanks so much for sharing this with our Let's Get Real readers. I am always excited to see what you link up. You have so much creativity.

  8. oh my so yummy love those price cut meats as well. Always on the look for them
    come see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

  9. Hi Lizbeth, I saw your recipe featured and had to come take a closer look. The combination of ingredients sounds fabulous and I bet it`s a big hit with the kids. Love that it is budget-wise too. Thanks for sharing.

  10. This looks incredible! I've never had a peanut + BBQ sauce and definitely want to try it. Thanks for sharing on the weekend re-Treat link party!