Stir Fries - Recipes
A full-flavoured, bitter-sweet mixture of duck with rhubarb and orange makes a tasty dressing for penne or rigatoni, showing that a modest portion of meat goes a long way with the right pasta in an interesting sauce. Crisp green vegetables complete this...
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Broccoli is best prepared lightly steamed or stir-fried so that all the vitamin C nutrients are retained.
|Stir-fried squid with chilli and fresh gingerRings of tender squid are briefly stir-fried with garlic, chilli and fresh colourful vegetables in this speedy dinner dish. Take care not to overcook the squid as it has a tendency to toughen if cooked for too long. Serve with basmati rice.||Stir-fried scallops and prawnsFor a quick and delicious treat, this Asian seafood stir-fry is hard to beat. It requires very little oil and the seaweed and vegetables add lots of flavour and texture. Pickled ginger can be found in larger supermarkets.||Three-bean and ham stir-fryIf you've never before thought of using pulses in a stir-fry, here's a satisfying recipe to try. It combines 2 different kinds of canned beans with fresh green beans for contrast, plus strips of ham, onions and a creamy mustard sauce with a hint of lemon to add to the flavours.||Japanese beef with soba noodlesHere strips of tender steak are coated in an intensely flavoured mixture, then stir-fried and tossed with vegetables and buckwheat noodles to make an all-in-one supper dish. The Japanesetossed with vegetables and buckwheat noodles to make an all-in-one supper dish. The Japanese ingredients are available from large supermarkets, health food shops and Asian food stores.||Hot harissa lamb in pita pouchesWarm pita bread stuffed with spicy lamb and crisp salad makes a quick and tasty light lunch. In this North African-style recipe, lean lamb is stir-fried with garlic, ginger, harissa and mint for an exciting authentic flavour.||Five-spice porkThe simple Asian technique of stir-frying is perfect for preparing meals in a hurry. It is also a great healthy cooking method because it uses just a small amount of oil and cooks vegetables quickly so that most of their beneficial vitamins and minerals are preserved.||Sizzling stir-fried kidneysThis is a refreshingly different way to serve kidneys - tossed with Chinese egg noodles and a medley of tender Asian vegetables in a garlicky black bean sauce. If you love strong flavours, it's the perfect recipe for you.||Tender beef with oyster sauceStir-fries are a simple way to incorporate a variety of meat, vegetables and grains into your diet in one dish. Here, thin slices of rump steak team with egg-fried rice and colourful red capsicum and broccoli to make a good combination of textures and flavours.||Sweet and sour porkSweet and sour sauce doesn't have to be thick, gloopy and bright orange. This modern, light version allows the succulence of the meat and the fresh flavours and different textures of a colourful variety of vegetables and noodles to shine through.|
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