one of my favorite dishes ever is called pon sit. my mother got the recipe from one of dad's coworker's wife that also was in our ward in california. it's a filipino recipe and chock full of vegetables. i just made it and am enjoying a delicious bowl of it for lunch. here's the basics - there's really no "messing it up" as i've discovered over the years of my own "tweaking."
2 cups of cooked cubed/chopped chicken or pork(or turkey for me today since that's what was in the freezer)
1 small onion
1 clove garlic
2-3 carrots - i "cut" them with the peeler - so i have thinner slices
3 celery stalks - cut diagonally or however you want
4 cups shredded cabbage (i used half a head)
soy sauce - maybe 1/2 cup or more?
cook the onion and garlic in a skillet - with olive oil if you want - but i usually don't.
when brownish add the meat and brown it.
add your chopped vegetables and soy sauce.
cook for a couple minutes - i vary between 2 and 5.
oh, and for a crunch topping throw on some broken ramen bits. i rarely do this since i don't keep ramen in the house and it gets soggy if you store it all together like i do.
it's not freezer friendly but since it's mostly vegetables i find i can eat a whole bunch of it in one sitting without too much guilt. it usually lasts me a week of lunches.