Slimming World Thai 7 Spice Pork Stir Fry
If you’re after a quick and easy slimming world dinner, this stir fry is the one you want. Stir-fries can be a little boring, however, I like to have fun with the slimming world stir-fries that I make. If you’ve seen my slimming world minted lamb stir fry you’ll know that I love a stir fry packed with flavour. The Thai 7 spice in this stir fry gives it a kick so you’ll know what you’re enjoying.
The Perfect Slimming World Stir Fry
I’ve been torn on this for a while now, I love a good slimming world stir fry and love playing around with ingredients to give them loads of flavour. I find that you can put the stir fry with pretty much anything, have it on its own or with noodles, pasta or rice and you can enjoy it all.
I will say that you need a good wok in the kitchen if you’re making a good stir fry. I got a really nice wok for Christmas and love using it, it makes cooking a stir fry really easy and it’s a kitchen essential of mine. Make sure you get a good quality wok if you’re going to be making slimming world stir-fries!
Slimming World Pork Stir Fry Syn Count?
With this slimming world recipe, you’re going to be able to feed four people, noodles included. Per portion, you’re looking at 0.5 syns which is hardly anything. This recipe was syn free, however, due to slimming world syn changes this recipe is now 0.5 syns per portion so make sure you put that down when you’re working out how many syns you’re using.
I have to say this slimming world pork stir fry is worth 0.5 syns, I’d say it’s worth at least 3 syns because it’s packed full of flavour and fills me up so I’m not snacking later on. If you find that you’re snacking too much find some low syn slimming world snacks and enjoy!
What are the benefits of Stir Fry Cooking?
Stir frying is one of the best ways to cook food for a number of reasons, speed, taste, nutrition and low fat.
Stir fry cooking uses very little oil usually, so it means that there is very little fat being used and you rely on the all the flavours and fat to come from the ingredients that you are using. You only need to add oil if the food you are cooking doesn’t contain any fat.
Stir fry cooking is great for nutrition, this is all down to the way that the food it cooked. As stir frys are quickly cooked, so that means that the nutrients from the ingredients stay in the dish and doesn’t get boiled out.
Stir fry cooking is great because it is fast, meaning that cooking stir frys are quick and simple. Everything is cooked in one pot and means you will get the get a great meal fast.
Stir Fry Pork Cost
If you’re on a budget and feeding a number of people, stir frys are great, they are packed full of vegetables and it doesn’t have to cost the earth, actually far from it.
I find the way to keep costs down when you are making meals is to buy in bulk where you can. If you can buy meats, pasta and some ingredients in bulk, store them, freeze them, whatever you need to do, just do it this way because it is the best way to make your money go further.
Thai 7 Spice Pork Stir Fry Recipe
Slimming World Thai 7 Spice Pork Stir Fry
- Wok or Large Deep Frying Pan / Skillet
- Wooden Spatula
- 500 g Lean Pork Cut into Strips
- 50 g Mushrooms Sliced
- 50 g Onions Diced
- 50 g Mixed Peppers Cut into strips
- 50 g Green Beans
- 25 g Carrots Cut into thin inch long strips
- 25 g Bean Sprouts
- 250 g Egg Noodles
- Thai 7 Spice Mix
- Pinch Salt & Pepper
- Make sure everything is cut ready for the sti fry, sprinkle some of the Thai 7 Spice over the pork and mix through. N.B Be careful how much Thai 7 spice you use, as it can be overpowering if you have too much.
- Add the pork and fry until cooked, you won’t need to add any FryLight as any fat in the meat will come out and that can be used to fry the pork.
- Add the vegetables. Fry until cooked through.
- While the pork and vegetables are cooking, boil a pan of water, add a pinch of salt and add the egg noodles.
- Once the noodles are cooked, strain them and put the noodles in 4 bowls.
- Top the noodles with the stir fry and enjoy.
|Lean Pork||600g||1062 kcal||£3.30|
|Red Pepper||100g||30 kcal||£0.21|
|Green Beans||50g||17 kcal||£0.19|
|Egg Noodles||250g||452 kcal||£0.45|
|Thai 7 Spice Seasoning||10g||22 kcal||£0.33|
|PER SERVING||414 kcal||£1.16|
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