Thai Spicy Mince Herbs Salad

Breakfast
Leafy
Pork
Salad

Easy Level:

Cook Time:

Servings:

4

Recipe at: https://goo.gl/JhSvgW
Bringing together the citrusy flavours of lime, sweetness of the ginger flowers and nutty grains of puffed rice, find that amazing balance of refreshingly hot, sweet and savoury flavours all in one dish!
Looking for a meat alternative to perk up those greens? Quorn Meat Free Mince is perfect for those looking for a guilt-free meal without sacrificing on flavour. Unlike most commercial meat free mince that tend to be loaded with large amounts of additives, these finely chopped pieces uses Mycoprotein which is derived from fermentation of a natural fungus. Packed with a rich supply of proteins and fibre, it offers a natural meaty texture and a mild umami taste.
Soaked up those tender pieces of mince in the rich blend of spices, pamper your taste buds to this mishmash of Thai flavours With scaly pink skin that bears an uncanny resemblance to the dragon’s egg from Game of Thrones, one fun way to put this quirky-looking tropical fruit to good use is to use it as a decorative bowl for your dish
This ingenious combination of ingredients laden with health benefits and super simple to make. With minimal cooking needed, this healthy mix of aromatic herbs tossed in with sweet and spicy Thai-style sauce – just the ultimate fuss free summer indulgence.
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Ingredients

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Quorn mince
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Quorn mince
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shallots (thinly sliced)
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shallots (thinly sliced)
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tbsp
tbsp
Coriander (chopped)
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tbsp
tbsp
Coriander (chopped)
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cup
cup
Mint leaves
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cup
cup
Mint leaves
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pcs
kaffir lime leaves (thinly sliced)
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pcs
kaffir lime leaves (thinly sliced)
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bud
bud
ginger flower (finely chopped)
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bud
bud
ginger flower (finely chopped)
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cup
cup
puffed rice (optional)
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cup
cup
puffed rice (optional)
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cup
cup
lime juice
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cup
cup
lime juice
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tbsp
tbsp
light soy sauce
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tbsp
tbsp
light soy sauce
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tbsp
tbsp
dried chilli powder
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tbsp
tbsp
dried chilli powder
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tbsp
tbsp
vegetable oil
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tbsp
tbsp
vegetable oil
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pcs
dragon fruit (cut into halves)
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pcs
dragon fruit (cut into halves)

Steps

1

Cut 2 dragon fruits into halves, and scoop the centre flesh to into bowls.
Cut 2 dragon fruits into halves, and scoop the centre flesh to into bowls.
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2

Add to a wok 3 tbsp vegetable oil, 100ml vegetable consommé and 300g Quorn mince. Stir fry until hot and turn off heat.
Add to a wok 3 tbsp vegetable oil, 100ml vegetable consommé and 300g Quorn mince. Stir fry until hot and turn off heat.
Mark as completed

3

Season with 2 tbsp light soy sauce, 2 tbsp dried chilli powder and ¼ cup lime juice. Add sliced shallots, kaffir lime leaves and finely chopped ginger flower and ½ cup puffed rice. Mix well.
Season with 2 tbsp light soy sauce, 2 tbsp dried chilli powder and ¼ cup lime juice. Add sliced shallots, kaffir lime leaves and finely chopped ginger flower and ½ cup puffed rice. Mix well.
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4

Add ½ cup Mint leaves and 1 tbsp chopped coriander.
Add ½ cup Mint leaves and 1 tbsp chopped coriander.
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5

Scoop into dragon fruit bowls and serve.
Scoop into dragon fruit bowls and serve.
Mark as completed

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