Stir Fry Vegetables

Stir Fried Vegetables© Jenifoto

Stir fry vegetables is another one of my favorite low fat dinner recipes because it contains only veggies.

The flavour secret for this low fat recipe is that the cooking time is so short that the veggies and other ingredients retain most of their flavour.

It is also healthier, because most of the vitamins and minerals are still there, which isn't the case, when cooking food for a longer time.

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1/2 cauliflower

2 carrots

3 sticks celery

1/4 cabbage

150 g bean sprouts

1 onion

1 tsp crushed garlic

1 tsp minced ginger

1 Tbsp soy sauce

Nutritional Information:

Serves 4

Fat: 0.7 g

Cal: 390

KJ: 90

WW: 0.5 Point

This is what you do:

Dice the cauliflower and carrots.

Slice the celery into thin slices and shred the cabbage.

Spray cannola oil on a large nonstick frying pan and heat.

Add the onion (finely chopped), garlic and ginger and fry for about 2 minutes.

Add the rest of the veggies, and stir in the soy sauce.

Continue cooking till the veggies are tender, but crunchy.

Tip: You may experiment by adding other vegies which, as you may already know, contain no fat. Once the stir fry is done, you can accompany this low fat dinner recipe with steamed rice (remember, take into account the fat content of the rice).

Source: Flavour Without Fat

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