Tuesday, 24 May 2016


Hey Everyone

Last Saturday I made a stir fry for my family, usually when I make a stir fry I always do a pork, beef or a chicken stir fry, on that particular day I was torn between pork and chicken so I thought I might as well try doing both.

 So after doing this stir fry I’m going to repeat this very often because it's yum and at the same time very healthy.

Also, this stir fry recipe is really great because you can make loads of food on a small budget very effortlessly in a short amount of time, so it's a great option when inviting over friends and family. Besides, it will taste like you’re a real contender for master chef,so with that said I have decided to share the recipe details with my readers down below.

Pork and Chicken Stir Fry

3 Chicken thighs deboned
2 pork loins
A pack of stir-fry vegetables
Salt and Pepper
Dark Soy Sauce
2 sprigs of garlic
A tsp of grated ginger
½  of a medium onion
Spring onion
Sesame Seed Oil
Stir-fry Vegetables

1.       Chop the deboned chicken thighs and pork into small cubes and place into a bowl.
2.       Chop garlic, onion and spring onion and add it to the bowl with the pork and chicken, add the grated ginger add salt and pepper and add soy sauce to flavour at your preferred intensity.
3.       Using a spoon mix everything together then cover with cling film and place in refrigerator for at least an hour.
4.       Heat sesame seed oil in a wok or frying pan
5.       Remove seasoned pork and chicken and add to the frying pan or wok
6.       Whilst stirring till lightly brown add stir fry vegetables
7.       Stir Fry vegetables and add a bit of soya sauce
8.       Then add noodles, using a fork and spoon stirring each section to incorporate the ingredients and adding more soy sauce as you require.
9.      Also, if you are using dark soy sauce like I did you would have an idea on how much you’ve added based on the colour.
10.   I added some Tesco Hot Chilli stir fry sauce to a small bowl on the side to add a little kick at my preference but it taste just great on its own.
11. Serve and Enjoy!

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Until next time
Love always




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    1. Thank you for the comment, I will be posting another healthy recipe subscribe to my mailing list so you that the post will be delivered to your inbox.

  2. If you want to try this recipe, keep in mind these guidelines. Place the broccoli in a steamer over a wok of simmering water and cook for 5 minutes, or until just tender but still crisp.best ceramic cookware reviews

    1. Thank you for the tip but this recipe doesn't use Broccoli's in it, I used a stir-fry that doesn't contain them since it cuts down the cooking time making the recipe quicker and easier. However if you were to use a stir fry with broccoli's using a steamer prior is recommended. Most supermarkets do more than one type of stir fry. The mushroom and pepper stir-fry doesn't contain Broccoli's and its sold in Tesco. I hope that helps: )

  3. Stir fry is a great food for a whole variety of reasons, but first of all it is actually really easy to prepare, so even if you are not an amazing cook you will be able to get a great recipe together. Quick nutrition fact of common foods


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