Tag Archive: baby marrow

Apr 15

Rice Paper wraps stuffed with Pork (4 portions)

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Ingredients:   300g pork mince 2x tbsp. sunflower oil 1x large white onion, diced 2x large baby marrows, grated (approximately 2 cups) 1x mini green cabbage, shredded (approximately 4 cups) 2x tsp. ginger powder 1x large garlic clove, minced 12x rice paper wraps   Dipping sauce: 1x tbsp. sugar and salt free peanut butter 1x …

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Feb 13

Zucchini and Mushroom Spaghetti (1 portion)

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Ingredients: 50g spaghetti (raw) 2x zucchini’s, grated (about 2 cups) 1x cup sliced button mushrooms 1x tbsp. olive oil 1x large garlic clove, minced ½ tsp. mixed Italian dried herbs Salt to taste Calories: 340 Method: Cook your spaghetti according to packet instructions. Heat your olive oil in a pan together with your garlic. Toss …

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Oct 02

Pea and Mint Fritters (2 portions)

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Ingredients: 1x cup frozen peas 1x small white potato, pealed 2x medium baby marrows, grated (approximately 2 cups) 1x tbsp. dried mint ½ tsp. salt 1x beaten egg Side salad: 1x large tomato, diced 1x Mediterranean cucumber, diced Side dip: 2x tbsp. double cream Greek yoghurt 1x tsp. tahini Calories: 340 (per portion, includes sides) …

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Sep 30

Peanut Beef (2 portions)

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Ingredients: 180g extra lean beef stir-fry strips 1x tbsp. peanut oil ½ x tsp. garlic flakes 1x tsp. dried ginger powder 1x tsp. white pepper (less if you don’t like heat) ½ tsp. salt (to taste) 2x medium baby marrows, grated 1x packet rice noodles (50g) ½ freshly squeezed lemon 4x tbsp. spring onion 4x …

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Apr 22

Mustard Chicken with Spinach Noodles (1 portions)

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Ingredients: 1x small chicken fillet, sliced (100g) 1x tsp. sunflower oil 1x tbsp. wholegrain mustard 1x cup baby marrow, sliced (90g) 1x cup button mushrooms, sliced(60g) 40ml cream 1x bunch spinach noodles (1 cup cooked) Salt and pepper to taste Calories: 576 Method: Heat your oil in a frying pan, adding to it your sliced …

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