A quick, easy and healthy stir fry
Stir fries are the ultimate in quick, easy and healthy food, and we enjoy them at least once a week, kids included.
Our Thai pork stir fry is unbelievably easy and super-healthy; using minced pork means no chopping, and it’s a remarkably budget-friendly option: even organic minced pork won’t break the bank (and you’ll benefit from a little beneficial Omega 3 in the meat if your pork is organic and pasture-fed).
We serve the pork on steamed rice, or noodles, together with a side of stir fried vegetables: shiitake or enoki mushrooms (for their immune-supportive properties), a green leaf such as pak choi, choy sum, kale, greens, chard or even tenderstem broccoli (to get a little brassica and detox boost) and red pepper or yellow courgette for the important phytonutrients including Vitamin C found in rainbow coloured vegetables.
The lemongrass in the recipe contains really beneficial essential oils and flavonoids, helping to protect our cells from damage. We use fresh lemongrass but jars of lemongrass would work equally well.
Fish sauce is a fermented food, helping to support gut health and containing amino acids as well as trace amounts of nutrients; in many ways it’s a healthier option than soy, and it gives that little extra ‘zing’ to the dish.
Top the stirfry with liberal scatterings of detoxifying coriander to really max out on health benefits.
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