I haven't really made an official stir fry in such a long time, and I figured that last Friday was the perfect night to make the stir fry that had been waiting on my list for so long. By the way- the list of recipes that I want to cook is probably about 3 weeks worth of food. I am never going to catch up, even if I eat five thousand calories a day... sigh. Anyway, so I went with this quickie dish that night, and it surpassed my expectations by quite a bit. There was that lovely hint of honey (alliteration!), along with the usual soy sauce. I wouldn't say that the flavour was very complex or involved by any means- in fact, it was a rather simple recipe as far as stir frys go. But there was certainly enough flavour to make it taste really really really good. And I mean really good. I still hold my firm belief that corn starch is one of the most amazing substances that I have ever used in the kitchen, because of the amount of intensity it can add to a dish. Amazing stuff! You should try it some time...
All in all, I would certainly make this dish again (if I every get a chance to make something again), and I was very satisfied with this filling and colourful stir fry.
Mix together the honey though corn starch in a small bowl. Set aside.
Heat a wok coated with nonstick spray over medium high heat. Add a bit of water with the carrots. After a minute add the broccoli, garlic, and ginger, and stir fry for another 2 minutes. Add the bell pepper and snap peas, and stir fry for another 2 minutes. Add in the remaining ingredients except rice and heat through for another minute or so. Serve over cooked rice with extra soy sauce.