This colorful, Asian-inspired dish calls for green onions, garlic, ginger, pineapple, and a dash of brown rice vinegar and red pepper flakes—no high-sodium soy sauce is needed for great flavor! Makes a hearty meal over cooked brown rice or noodles.Print
Above: This time I used canned chunked pineapple and served it over rice. The canned pineapple has large chunks, so feel free to cut them in half if you want smaller pieces.
Above: These are just four brands of no-sugar-added canned pineapple, just 100% pineapple juice. Be sure to steer clear of any that say "in heavy syrup" or even "in light syrup." Pineapple is so sweet on its own, no added sugar is needed (more on label reading here). Or you can use fresh pineapple as well.
Above: Feel free to change up the vegetables you use depending on what you like and/or have in the house. I happen to have some green beans and tofu on this day, so added these in and served it all over noodles.
Above: My artistic director Rosie says this dish is ready to be photographed.