& Mango Stir Fry
skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-sized pieces
seasoned rice vinegar
Salt and pepper
2 garlic cloves,
2 teaspoons finely
1 barely ripe
mango, peeled, pitted and cut into bite-sized
1 cup (250 ml)
honeydew melon, cut into bite-sized chunks
2 green onions,
- Toss chicken in a medium sized
bowl, along with rice vinegar, salt and
- Marinate for at least 20
- Heat oil in a wok or large
frying pan over medium high heat.
- Add chicken, garlic and ginger.
- Stir-fry until chicken is
- Add mango, honeydew and green
onions and stir-fry until heated through.
- Serve immediately over steamed
|Did You Know?
food is used to form the materials of the body and repair its
waste; second, to yield energy in the form of heat to keep the
body warm, and to provide muscular and other power for the work it has
to do. In forming the tissues and fluids of the body the food serves
for building and repair. In yielding energy, it serves as fuel for
heat and power.
The principal tissue formers are the albuminoids;
these form the frame-work of the body. They build and repair the
nitrogenous materials, as those of muscle, tendon and bone, and supply
the albuminoids of blood, milk and other fluids. The chief fuel
ingredients of food are the carbohydrates and fats. These are either
consumed in the body or are stored as fat to be used as occasion