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Healthy & Easy-to-Make Recipes Whenever You Feel Too Lazy To Cook A Meal.

Do you ever make something and then not know what to call it?⁣ ⁣ Yeah, same…⁣ …

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Do you ever make something and then not know what to call it?⁣

Yeah, same…⁣

For us, creating meals is often about combining flavours and ingredients that we’re fancying in that moment and seeing how it turns out.⁣

It’s fun to be experimental with food. Sometimes it will work and unfortunately sometimes it doesn’t 😬⁣

but hey, at least we’re always full in the end 😉⁣

This is some kind of peanut, massaman, noodle curry soup, with soya chunks 🤔⁣

This meal turned out delicious, so if you’d like to give it a go then the recipe is below 👇⁣

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Serves 4⁣
100g dried soya chunks⁣
100g broccoli florets (small to cook quickly)⁣
80g carrots, sliced⁣
100g courgette, sliced⁣
40g fine green beans, chopped⁣
100g red pepper, sliced⁣
120g chestnut mushrooms, quartered⁣
1 tbsp oil⁣
600ml coconut milk⁣
200ml veg stock⁣
½ tbsp brown sugar⁣
1 tbsp soy sauce or tamari⁣
35g @maejumsamunprai massaman paste⁣
3 tbsp peanut butter⁣
60g peanuts⁣
1 tbsp brown sugar⁣
2 wholewheat noodle nests⁣
1 tsp chilli flakes⁣

🥄 Place the soya chunks in a bowl and cover with boiling water. Leave for 10 minutes to rehydrate. Drain.⁣

🥄 Heat 1 tbsp of oil in a wok, add the soya chunks and cook on a med-high heat for 2 mins stirring frequently.⁣

🥄 Add the soy sauce and fry for a further minute.⁣

🥄 Add the chopped vegetables and fry for a further 2 minutes, stirring frequently.⁣

🥄 Add the coconut milk, curry paste, veg stock, peanut butter, peanuts, noodle nests, chilli flakes and brown sugar. Stir to combine, cover with a lid and simmer for 10 minutes.