tips & tricks
Stir-fry is a way of cooking where you cook the ingredients quickly on a high heat. This sears meat or fish quickly and retains the flavour and juices. Your vegetables remain crisp, colourful and retain their vitamins.
Heat the wok until it is very hot. Heat 2 to 3 tablespoons of oil in the pan and cook the meat or fish first. Cut up your vegetables and wok until the vegetables are al dente. Now you can add extra flavours, such as herbs and spices, (stir-fry) sauces. Serve your stir-fry with noodles or rice.
Try the following stir-fry recipes or give them your own twist. For example, stir-fry green asparagus, mangetout, haricots and/or sugar snap peas with chicken, steak strips or fish. Add other vegetables to your heart’s content! Use oriental herbs and spices or make it easy on yourself with ready-made wok sauce or soy sauce. Try using fresh ginger too!
This cauliflower rice with beans is a delicious low-carbohydrate meal. Now that the summer season is approaching, it is nice to have slightly lighter and healthier meals. And that doesn't just apply to top athletes. Cauliflower rice is an ideal replacement for regular rice and it adds an extra portion of your five a day.
If you want a quick and healthy meal, this stir-fry dish really is the recipe for you. Particularly if you like Asian cuisine, steak and green asparagus. Green asparagus tips do not need to be peeled and can be prepared super fast in this stir-fry dish. They are tastiest when they are slightly cooked. Best for the taste, and for the vitamins. You can also use thick green asparagus, you don't have to peel these either, but it is better to cut them into 3 pieces.
This oriental stir-fry dish with chicken and green vegetables is easy to make. Ideal for quickly putting a fresh, healthy and tasty meal on the table.
This Asian salad with chicken, mango and sugar snaps is ideal after a good workout. The salad is full of proteins, which will help your muscles recover after a workout. And this salad is simply very tasty! Are you not into sports? It is also a delicious (low-carbohydrate) lunch to take to work.