The Crazy Kitchen: Super Speedy Thai Green Turkey Stir Fry

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Tuesday, 1 March 2016

Super Speedy Thai Green Turkey Stir Fry

I love speedy recipes, especially ones that are also extremely quick to prepare. I don't really do long recipes with lots of prep time, as time is often short, so stir fries are a big favourite of mine - especially the recipes like this one that don't call for lots of chopping!

I used ready cooked Bernard Matthews turkey breast pieces in this recipe, which are a great convenience food to keep in the fridge when I'm trying to create healthy lunches and dinners, as they're low in fat and high in protein. 

If you don't have much time then this recipe is definitely for you - it takes less than 15 minutes to make, and I swear that the husband thought I'd served him up a ready meal when I presented him with his dinner last Saturday night after spending only a short time in the kitchen!

This recipe serves two people but can easily be doubled up to feed a family of four.
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Super Speedy Thai Green Turkey Stir Fry - serves 2

1 tbsp Sesame oil
2 tbsp Thai green curry paste
140g pack of Bernard Matthews Roast Turkey Breast pieces
300g ready cooked noodles
75g sugar snap peas
75g mangetout
zest & juice of 1/2 a lime
2 tbsp water
small handful of salted peanuts, chopped
fresh coriander & lime wedges to serve
  • heat the oil in a wok or large frying pan
  • add the curry paste & stir
  • add the turkey pieces, noodles, vegetables, lime zest and juice and water to the pan
  • fry over a medium/high heat until everything is heated through
  • serve topped with the peanuts, lime wedges and coriander



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As you can see from the above picture, the new look Bernard Matthews roast turkey breast pieces are only £1 per pack in Asda, so they're great value for money, as well as being convenient (and healthy).



this post has been commissioned by Bernard Matthews

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