Thursday, June 16, 2011

Yummy meals

Here are some more lovely veggie meals, if you don't want to add the carbs they work perfectly without and you can always reduce the nuts/coconut to cut down the calories.

Laksa
Makes 2 big serves
2 cups Cabbage
1 king oyster mushroom
1 bunch Choy sum
2 handfuls Cashews
1 small packet of fresh Noodles
1/2 small can of Coconut cream
3 cups Stock
Fried onions (optional garnish)
Laksa paste- make it as spicy as you like
1 Spring onion 
1 clove Garlic
  • Chop onion, garlic, cabbage, choy sum, mushroom
  • cook noodles and drain
  • dry fry laksa paste, onion and garlic
  • add coconut cream and stock
  • simmer for a couple of minutes
  • add choy sum stalks, mushroom, cabbage
  • cook until tender
  • add choy sum leaves and noodles, cook for 1 more min
  • stir through cashews
  • garnish with fried onion or spring onion if you'd prefer
  • Enjoy!


 Soba Noodle Stirfry
Makes 1 big serve
1 Spring onion
1 clove Garlic
Handful of Cashews
1 bunch Choy sum
1 king oyster mushroom
Soba noodles
4 tbsp Soy sauce
1tsp Chili oil
salad sprouts
  • Chop onion, garlic, choy sum, mushroom
  • Cook noodles for 3 mins and drain
  • dry fry onion and garlic
  • add soy and chili oil
  • add mushrooms and cook for 2 mins
  • add choy sum stalks and cook for 2 more minutes
  • add noodles and cashews
  • serve on a bed of sprouts
  • Enjoy! This is lovely, the combination of raw sprouts and cooked veg is refreshing and the cashews make it special!


 Wasabi Lime Green Salad
Mixed Sprouts
Baby Spinach
Mixed lettuce leaves
Watercress
1tbsp Sesame oil
1tbsp Wasabi
1tbsp Lime juice
  • Mix leaves together
  • Combine wasabi, lime juice and sesame oil
  • lightly dress salad (the dressing is strong!)
  • Go back for seconds because it's yummy and low cal :D


Broccoli with Tomato Garam masala Hummus dipping sauce
3 cups Broccoli
2 cups stock
2 tbsp Tahini
1 can Chickpeas
1 can tomatoes
1 tbsp Garam masala
2 tsp Paprika
  • Make Hummus
  • Add garam masala
  • add a can of tomatoes
  • add 1 cup stock
  • cook on a low heat for 5-10 mins
  • Chop broccoli
  • cook in 1 cup stock
  • Enjoy together, can be eaten warm of cold :)
This also makes a great salad dressing if you thin it out a bit with water. And the high protein content will keep you full and satisfied. 

All the best xxx
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1 comment:

  1. Those look absolutely delicious, sweety. I'm definitely keen to try the lime, wasabi and sesame oil dressing - yum!

    Love you,
    Adeline xx

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