Tag Archive: garlic

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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Mar 12

Prawn, Basil and Mango Salad (2 portions)

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Ingredients:   200g peeled and deveined prawn meat 1x tsp. olive oil 1x tsp. unsalted butter 1x tsp. dried chili flakes 1x tsp. ginger powder 1x garlic clove, minced 1x packet bean sprouts (50g) 1x cup basil leaves, chopped (20g) 2x spring onions, chopped 1x mango, peeled and sliced (2 cups) 50g rice noodle Salt …

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Oct 11

Cashew-nut Chicken Salad (1 portion)

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Ingredients: 90g chicken breast fillet, cut into strips 2x tsp. peanut oil ½ tsp. ginger powder ¼ tsp. garlic flakes Pinch of salt (to taste) 1x cup sugar snap peas 2x cup mixed lettuce leaves ¼ green pepper, sliced 2x spring onions, diced 1x tbsp. cashew nuts (25g, preferably unsalted) Optional extra: ¼ tsp. chili …

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Mar 01

Peppered Pork Salad (2 portions)

pepper pork

Ingredients: 300g extra lean pork stir-fry strips 1x freshly minced garlic clove 1x tbsp. freshly minced ginger 1x tsp. fine black pepper 1x tbsp. peanut oil 1x tbsp. honey 1x crisp lettuce head, shredded (approximately 4 cups) 1x cup cucumber, slice long ways 1x green pepper, sliced long ways 2x tbsp. chopped spring onions Dressing: …

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Feb 12

Basil Chicken (1 portion)

basil chicken

Ingredients: 1x tsp. sunflower oil 1x chicken breast fillet (approximately 100g), cut into strips 1x garlic clove, freshly minced 2x tsp. ginger, freshly minced ½ tsp. dried red chili (optional) 1x cup fresh basil leaves 1x cup mung-bean sprouts 1x cup button mushrooms, sliced 1x tbsp. soya sauce 1x bundle Chinese noodles (I’ve used white …

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