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Simple “Moreish” Stir Fry,

           Tastes So Good, It’s Moreish!

This dish tastes so good that it will become a staple go to. 

Servings

2

Ready In:

10 minutes

Calories:

470

Meal:

Any

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About this Recipe

By: Tania Schnuppe

Inspired by a noodle recipe that I saw online. The simplicity of the Lime, Soy Sauce and Peanut Butter just make this dish so moreish. Start with stir-frying the harder veggies, and then add the quicker cooking ones and lastly your peanut butter, rice noodles (or any noodles of choice). Then top with the freshly squeezed lime. So simple so easy… There is also a “cheat” ingredient too!

Ingredients

  • 1 package rice noodle
  • 0.5 cups warm water
  • 3-4 tbsp umami sauce or low sodium soy sauce
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter
  • 3 cube vegetable stock, low sodium
  • 6 cups mixed veggies, like brussels sprouts, broccoli, baby sweet corn, carrot, kale, courgette. 
  • 1 cup beans or lentils, I chose chickpea (from a tetra pack, as it was easy)

Fry up the onion, garlic, Brussels sprouts, broccoli or any other veggies of your choice in a little water and the veg stock and soy/umami sauce. Start cooking with the harder veggies first. Add a lentil or your choice or chickpeas/black beans, and heat through. Then add the peanut butter, the noodle. Mix through thoroughly. 

Always read the labels of processed seasoning and choose the lowest in salt and oil. 

Nutrition

This meal will give you all your daily vitamin A, C and K requirements as well as copper, manganese and sodium, so no more salt today! It gives you most of your daily protein requirements and also enough fibre. There are no saturated fats in this dish, so yippee! It also has 50% of your daily magnesium, iron, zinc, selenium and phosphorous requirements as well as B6, B3, B1 and B2. So enjoy!

  • Protien
  • Carbs
  • Fats

Step by Step Instructions

Step 1

Prepare your veggies 

Step 2

Find a nice cast iron dish or a good non stick pan, heat it until piping hot

Step 3

Fry the onions, garlic, and other harder veggies until softening, then add the pre-cooked beans and other quick cooking veggies along with the soy, and peanut butter. Mix well

Step 4

Stir in the noodles and mix well.

Step 5

Add the squeeze of lime and dish up! Yum….

People Who’ve Made This

“We tried this dish and it was divine, you are right Tania very moreish! we had it for dinner too, just added more ingredients into the pot of left-overs from lunch.”

“I love it when you find an easy dish, plant-based cooking is certainly quicker and easier than cooking with meat. Love the simplicity and how filling it is..”

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