Your family will love this quick and healthy stir-fry design for maximum satiety and nutrient density.
The pork provides the majority of the energy and protein in this recipe, along with heaps of vitamin C1, choline, phosphorus, potassium and selenium while the greens boost folate and vitamins A and C.
Can add also garlic, ginger and chilli to suit your tastes.
One serve provides 554 calories, 62 g protein, 23 g fat, 15 g net carbs and P:E = 2.8.
The Cronometer screengrab below shows the nutrients provided by 2000 calories of this recipe relative to the Optimal Nutrient Intakes.
- 400 g lean pork fillet, sliced in half lengthways, then sliced in 1 cm pieces
- Sant amount of preferred fat for frying
- 2 heads of bok choy, sliced
- Quarter a cabbage, shredded
- 200 g snow peas
- 4 tablespoons coconut aminos
- Heat a frying pan to high heat, add the fat.
- Then add the pork in a single layer, cook the first side for two minutes, turn and cook a further minute. Check it is cooked by cutting one piece in half, no pink should show.
- Add the veggies and stir, add the coconut aminos and stir, cook for 1 minute so veggies are lightly cooked.
- Plate up and enjoy!
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