Prawn & Quorn Stir Fry in Sweet Spiced Soy Sauce


I love stir fry's, they are so colourful & filling, which is always a good thing.  The problem I find is taste.  If you have NO sauce then it's a bit dull, if you buy a packet sauce, your looking at a good heap of sugar with your healthy meal.

So the alternative is to make your own.  Which I have done on this occasion.  What I like about quorn pieces is they soak up everything, which I why I've prepared the meal this way.  Fairly simple too, and it barely takes 10 minutes to cook.  This serves two, or one really hungry person....

You'll need the following:

Handful of Beansprouts
180g King prawns
180g Chicken style quorn pieces
Shredded Cabbage leaf
1/2 White onion
1/2 Red onion
Red pepper
1/2 grated Carrot
handful of Chestnut mushrooms
3 tablespoon of light soy sauce
2 teaspoons of Chinese 5 spice
2 teaspoons of honey
1 tablespoon of boiling water
1 teaspoon of toasted seasme seed oil

On a low heat, fry the quorn pieces for about 5 minutes, once cooked, set aside.  In a large jug, place the soy sauce, 5 spice, honey, boiling water and mix until combined.  Add the quorn pieces and leave to one side.

In a large frying pan or wok, add the oil & prawns and cook on medium heat for a minute or two. Next fire up to a high heat & add all the vegetables.

Cook for about 3-5 minutes.  Once cooked, pour the jug containing the sauce & quorn pieces over the vegetables.  Mix thoroughly and cook for a further minute.

Serve immediately pouring any remaining sauce over the top.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I really want to cook this on my own because I am trying to learn on how to cook any recipe. Do you also have a Recipe for Stir Fry Sauce? I think that was the first thing that I need to know.


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