"Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food." Hippocrates. Over two thousand years ago those words were uttered by the Father of medicine, they stand good today. Never has the food we eat had greater influence over our lives. Traditional foods and healthy eating has been usurped by the multinational food giants. Do not become a victim of poor dietary information. Eat the food we evolved from, the less man is involved, the healthier the food.
Saturday, 3 November 2012
Chicken and mixed vegetable stir fry.
Ingredients: Serves two 2 Large chicken breasts cut into pieces
350 grams of Sainsbury's vegetable stir fry
6 tablespoons olive oil 4 tablespoons soy sauce
Salt and pepper to taste
Clean, cut and place chicken in a small frying pan I use a small 8" non stick omelet pan add some olive oil or butter and fry on a low heat until starting to brown. Place 350 grams of the vegetable stir fry into a large frying pan or wok. While the chicken is cooking heat the vegetables in some butter or olive oil at a low heat. When everything is piping hot, tip the chicken into the vegetables and stir, add lots of soy sauce and serve. Less than ten carbs, less carbs than one slice of white bread and quick, easy and tasty. I check the chicken is cooked through by cutting a few pieces in half.