Do you enjoy Asian cuisine? Then scroll below and check out the dish I made the other day. This rice noodles are quick, packed with flavors, nutrition and the best of all it's SUPER YUMMY!
Eating asian cuisine may be really beneficial for you, as it can support weight loss, disease prevention and optimal health.
In general Asians tend to have lower rates of cancer, heart disease and obesity, and they typically live longer too, as the cuisine is based mostly on rice, vegetables, fresh fruit and fish, with very little red meat.
To create my asian dish I have reached for rice noodles, as they are ready in just 2 minutes, they are gluten-free and deliver nutrients in the form of fiber, zinc and iron.
To taste it up I have used to garlic, chilly and ginger which fight infections, support weight loss and reduce inflammation in our bodies, so do not skip these heroes in your diet!
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 glove of garlic
1/3 chilly pepper
1 small piece of ginger
1 tbsp honey
1 cup baby carrots
1 cup sugar pears
1 cup mixed bell peppers
1 cup bean sprouts
1 pack of rice noodles
Prepare the rice noodles according to packaging instructions and set aside
Chop one garlic glove, small piece of ginger and chilly
Heat up a bigger wok pan and add some coconut oil, garlic, chilly, ginger and stir couple of times to avoid burn, then add one spoon of honey and leave to caramelized for couple of seconds.
Wash and dry all your vegetables and mix in baby carrots, let to sauté about 2 minutes, then add sugar pears, bell peppers and lastly the bean sprouts.
Sauté all the vegetables on the high heat for couple of minutes, until slightly soften (do not overcook, keep them nice and crunchy)
Add dried rice noodles into wok and stir well, then taste with some soya sauce and fish sauce based on your desire.