We were visiting a friend of Karen's the other day, and guess what? - Discussing healthy eating!
|Spicy Eggplant and Tofu Stir-fry|
The usual comment - that it is difficult to know how to eat healthily, particularly when you come home from work and need to knock up a
So yes - you resort to what you know and take something out the freezer and stick it in the microwave.
Chances are it will be high in white refined ingrediants, and not particularly healthy!
So - What to do??
Stir frys are relatively quick meals to put together, and with just a bit of planning you can have enough of the right ingredients at hand in the refrigerator.
|Tofu, Butternut and Red Cabbage Stir-fry|
With a few basics, some frozen or fresh vegetables and some tofu you can easily make a quick and tasty stir fry.
Two such easy meals are shown in the pictures:
A spicy eggplant and tofu stir fry,
and a tofu, butternut and red cabbage stirfry.
For the recipes see Spicy Eggplant and Tofu Stir-fry and Tofu, Butternut and Red Cabbage Stir-fry
Both these were adapted from recipes from these books, available from Amazon. We have used numerous recipes from them and can really recommend them:
To help you with putting together the basics of a vegetarian larder, have a look at my blog post: Vegetarian Larder
Of course - one of the advantages of stir fry recipes - you can easily adapt them to suit what you have in the fridge!
For more low carb and meat free recipes go to the recipes home page - here.
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