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Thanks for checking out another episode of Fix My Recipe. I’m chef Billy Parisi and Lowe’s Foods new meal solution is in an amazing shrimp stir fry and it’s coming right your way. We have a ton of vegetables in this dish and our side dish is going to be roasted sweet potato wedges. That’s right, just like back in grade school at the cafeteria so what we’re going to do is slice up these sweet potatoes in wedges, toss them in a little olive oil with salt and pepper and here’s a trick, put your sheet pan in the oven on 400 degrees so it’s nice and hot. We’re going to pull it out. We’re going to throw those sweet potatoes right on, get an awesome caramelization and about half way through, we’re going to come back and flip them over. Okay, we’ve got about 12 minutes before we’re going to flip over those sweet potatoes to the other side. Perfect timing. Let’s go ahead and slice and dice up these vegetables and get them ready for stir frying. Okay, it’s been 12 minutes, let’s go ahead and flip these over. Yes, look at that perfect brown on these. That’s exactly what you’re looking for. Potatoes just got flipped. Vegetables are all cut up. Now, it’s time to stir fry. In this pot, we’re going to add a little bit of vegetable oil. Next, we are going to add some garlic. Let that cook for about 30 seconds or so. Next, we’re going to put in our shrimp. We’re going to cook them till they’re completely done. We’re going to finish with our vegetables. Remember stir fry so those vegetables need to be al dente which means they will not cook for very long. We’re going to put that stir fry sauce along and be careful with that sauce because it is a Szechuan stir fry, it’s going to be a little hot and boom we are finished. All I have to say is if this doesn’t make your family happy, then I don’t know what will. It looks amazing. It smells phenomenal and it took less than 30 minutes to prepare. Be sure to go by Lowesfoods.com and see all the new meal solutions. Stop by every Wednesday and watch me fix up one of them. It’s time to eat.