Asian ground turkey stir fry with bok choy and zucchini

I recently discovered that my two boys love bok choy.  So I will take advantage of any opportunity for them to eat more vegetables!  This Asian ground turkey stir fry comes together in about 20 minutes.

Stir fries are a quick and easy way to pair lean protein and vegetables for an easy weeknight meal.  

The last time I was at Trader Joe’s I ran across washed baby bok choy and it immediately went into my cart.  Being pre washed saves down on prep time, which is always a plus in my book. I paired the bok choy with zucchini and onion along with a package of ground turkey breast I had in the fridge.

Store bought stir fry sauces are laden with preservatives, sodium and sugar.  Whipping one up at home really is simple.

I combined soy sauce, coconut aminos, chicken broth, Sambal Oelek, garlic, jarred minced ginger (another time saver), rice vinegar, Chinese 5 spice powder and corn starch in my Ninja blending cup, blended it for 30 seconds and I was done! Sambal Oelek is a spicy chile garlic sauce that can be found in the Asian food aisle of your grocery store.  If you have little ones who aren’t fond of spice, either reduce the amount or omit.

Jarred minced ginger and sambal oelek, an Asian red chile garlic sauce