Although lamb is not the first meat that comes to mind when you think of stir fry it is becoming a more popular in recipes.
This is a wonderful easy and tasty stir fry recipe made for hospitality class. *sigh* Yes I did forget to garnish it for the photo.
My all time favourite meal, as much a stew as a stirfry really but it's also amazingly versatile because you can add anything to it or make it in an amazing number of ways. It's also perfect weekend food. It's hearty and feeds a hungry mob.
This is a stir fry lamb dish with zucchini and peas for colour. If you have the time, let the lamb marinate for up to three hours for best flavours.
These popular snack fruits are outstanding sources of vitamin C; they also supply folate and fibre as well as flavonoids, which are cancer-fighting compounds.
Exceptionally flavourful, lamb is a super source of niacin and zinc. Like all the other types of red meat, it also supplies a useful amount of iron.
The only trick to successful stir-frying is to have all of your ingredients prepared and ready to go before you start cooking. Once the cooking begins, it's all action and there's no time to pause.
Succulent rounds of tender lamb are served with an assembly of stir-fried green vegetables and baby corn, brightened with the Asian flavours of fresh ginger and soy sauce.
Th mix of spices gives this easy stir fry a range of Asian flavours. Serve this with rice and fresh coriander leaves.