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easy recipes for fabulous stir-fries
Simple to prepare, super-quick to cook and totally satisfying, stir-fries make the perfect weeknight one- bowl meal. Chop, Sizzle & Stir is packed full of ideas to pep up your wok repertoire. Noodles & Rice provide maximum satisfaction with minimum fuss. Chicken Pad Thai is always a favourite – nothing beats the magical combination of fragrant lime and coriander, feisty chilli, crunchy peanuts and beansprouts and slippery noodles. Stuck for new ways with rice? Try Wok-tossed Jasmine Rice with Crabmeat & Asparagus, which needs few ingredients besides a few storecupboard staples.

For Vegetables with gusto, make Buddha’s Delight, a vegetarian dish traditionally eaten on the first day of the Chinese New Year and bursting with tofu, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts and crisp, fresh vegetables. Aubergine with Coconut, Lemongrass and Coriander is as quick as a stir-fry but with the satisfaction of a curry. Meat and Poultry stir-fries offer something for every occasion. Beef with Butternut Squash will please even the biggest appetite, while Zingy Lemon Chicken with Toasted Sesame Seeds tastes so much better than anything you could take away. Five-spiced Duck with Aubergine and Plums is a modern twist on the classic Chinese crispy duck, ideal for making at home.

Some of the freshest tasting stir-fries are those made with Fish & Seafood. Warm Prawn, Mango and Lychee will defy all your stir-fry expectations and produces mouth-watering results. Quick-fried Teriyaki Salmon with Pak Choy is an ideal get-ahead supper as it’s left to marinate overnight, then quickly fried and on your plate in less than 15 minutes the following day. Finally, there are plenty of rice and noodle Side Dishes to choose from – from Classic
Egg Fried Rice to Egg Noodles with Sweet Chilli Lime.
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