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Masterfoods Stir Fry Creamy Thai Chicken Recipe Base 175g

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    For an easy, delicious midweek dinner, discover MasterFoods Creamy Thai Chicken Stir Fry Recipe Base.Enjoy aromatic lemongrass, garlic and cumin that will bring your stir-fry to life. Simply add lean chicken breast, red capsicum, coconut milk and snow peas for a delicious meal you can enjoy as part of your daily diet. Preparation: 10 mins Cook: 15 mins Serves: 4.What you'll need:Canola Oil Spray500 g Lean Chicken Breast, sliced 1 Red Capsicum (200 g), sliced 1 MasterFoods Creamy Thai Chicken Recipe Base2/3 cup Light Coconut Milk (165 mL)250 g Snow Peas, trimmed 1 cup dry Brown RiceHow to make:1. Heat oil in pan and cook chicken until browned. 2. Add capsicum and cook until soft.3. Add Recipe Base, coconut milk and snow peas. Stir through. 4. Simmer uncovered for 5 minutes or until snow peas are tender. 5. Meanwhile cook rice to serve with your MasterFoods Creamy Thai Chicken Stir Fry.

    Ingredients: 

    Water, Sugar, Thickener (Modified Cornstarch), Fish Sauce, Brown Sugar, Flavours (contains Crustacea, Flavour Enhancer (disodium-5'-ribonucleotides)), Salt, Lemongrass 1%, Lime, Cumin 0.5%, Onion, Garlic 0.5%, Ginger, Basil, Turmeric, Food Acid (Citric), Chilli, Colour (Paprika Oleoresin).

    Contains:

    Fish, Crustacea

    Allergen:

    May Be Present Peanuts, Contains Crustacea, Contains Fish

    Best Before 05/04/2021
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