Food prep, eating six meals a day and trying to fill your macros isn’t cheap! If you’re like me most of your money goes on food!
You get into a certain routine with eating. It can be cheaper & more convenient to prep with frozen bulk meat – because food is just fuel right?
But I recently got sent some meat from leanmeatldn and OH MY the quality of meat was so good and lean i couldn’t wait to get cooking with it. Also you can’t beat meat that is sourced within your own country. 👊
Spicy Thai food is my absolute favourite, anything with chillies really. The extra lean beef chunks from leanmeatldn inspired me to create a chilli & ginger beef stir fry.
Recipe below guys hope you enjoy!
For the beef marinade
- 250g of lean beef chunks
- 1/2 thumb fresh ginger
- 1 clove garlic
- 30ml Soy sauce
- Chilli flakes
- 1 tsp Agave
For the stir fry
- 1 large chilli chopped
- 1 pack of ready to cook rice noodles – i used barenaked noodles
- 1 stick of lemon grass, trimmed & sliced
- 1 tsp of coconut oil
- 50g of sugar snap peas
- 50g of broccoli
- 1 garlic clove chopped
- 3 spring onions trimmed and sliced
- handful of roasted peanuts
- 1/2 lime
- thumb of ginger
- handful of fresh coriander chopped
- Rub the ginger and garlic all over the exposed meat and set aside
- In a bowl mix together the soy sauce, chilli and agave until the agave iscompletely dissolved.
- put the beef chunks in a bag and pour over the soy mixture, tie and allow to marinate for at least an hour
- In a bowl mix the thinly chopped chilli with garlic, ginger and lemon grass.
- In a pan add the coconut oil and allow the pan to heat up. Then add the chilli, garlic, ginger and lemon grass mixture and fry for 1 minute.
- Remove your beef chunks from the marinade and add to the pan to brown.
- Once brown add your broccoli, half of the spring onions and sugar snap peas. Fry for a further minute then add your noodles.
- Take it off the heat, add the lime juice, and top with fresh coriander and roasted peanuts.