• Iris Windsor

Super Delicious Recipe for the Whole Family

Updated: Jan 7

At Dragonfly's Early Learning we are always on the lookout for fresh and healthy recipes to share with our Mum's and Dads

The inspiration for this super delicious recipe has come to us with thanks to Luke Hines

This recipe can be prepped well ahead of time, refrigerated and then put together in a very short time ready for a weekend lunch or a weeknight dinner

I can recommend it as truly mouth watering!



San Choy Bau


Ingredients

1 tablesp olive oil

2 cloves garlic grated

1onion finely diced

2 teaspoon grated ginger

600gms chicken mince

2tablesp coconut aminos (you can substitute light soy sauce but the aminos are delicious!)

1tablesp fish sauce

1tablesp maple syrup

1 long red chilli, deseeded and sliced finely

4 spring onions, chopped

1 can water chestnuts finely sliced for extra crunch if desired


To serve

Lettuce leaves; (please see note)

Bean sprouts

Fresh coriander leaves

Toasted and chopped cashews

Lime slices


Method

1. Heat oil and cook onion till soft

2. Add garlic and ginger and continue to cook

3. Add chicken mince and break up as it cooks

4. Add carrot and continue to cook

5. Mix fish sauce, coconut aminos and maple syrup in a jug

6. Pour into cooked mince

7. Add chopped chilli and shallots and fold through

8. Fold in sliced water chestnuts if using

9. Serve in a lettuce leaf with bean shoots.

10. Garnish with coriander leaves and cashews

11. Serve with a slice of lime


Note

Most recipes suggest trimmed iceberg lettuce leaves for this dish. I prefer to use baby coz lettuce leaves. I find that they need no trimming and are much more manageable if you like to pick the lettuce parcel up. I love lettuce and the added bonus is that you get to have heaps more crisp crunchy lettuce leaves because coz takes much less filling


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