Pork mince san choy bau

Pork mince san choy bau

* EGG FREE * MILK PROTEIN FREE * WHEAT/GLUTEN FREE * LACTOSE FREE

Ingredients

6 serves

25 serves

60 serves

Rice noodles (dried)

200g

800g

2kg

Spring onion

1

4

10

Cabbage

¼ small

1 small

2 ½ small

Carrot

1 medium

4 medium

10 medium

Green beans

1 cup

4 cups

10 cups

Peas

1 cup

4 cups

10 cups

Capsicum

½

2

5

Canola oil

½ tablespoon

2 tablespoons

3 tablespoons

Garlic, crushed

1 clove

2 cloves

3 cloves

Ginger, grated

1 teaspoon

2 teaspoons

3 teaspoons

Lean pork mince

400g

1.75kg

4kg

Soy sauce (reduced salt)

2 tablespoons

3 tablespoons

125mL

Iceberg lettuce

6 leaves

25 leaves

60 leaves

Method

  1. Cook rice noodles according to packet instructions.
  2. Finely slice spring onion. Wash vegetables and finely dice into pieces of similar size.
  3. Heat a wok or frying pan over a medium to high heat. Add oil, garlic, ginger and spring onion. Cook for 30 seconds.
  4. Add mince. Stir-fry using a wooden spoon to break up lumps of meat, until all meat is browned.
  5. Add soy sauce. Stir and cook for 2 to 3 minutes or until sauce has thickened slightly.
  6. Add diced vegetables. Stir and cook for 5 minutes, until tender.
  7. Add cooked noodles to pan. Stir to mix.
  8. Serve with lettuce ‘cups’. Allow children to scoop mixture into the lettuce, roll up and eat.

 

Each serve provides

  • 1 children’s serve of meat/alternatives* (pork)
  • 1 children’s serve of vegetables**
  • 1 children’s serve of grain*** (rice noodles)

 

Allergy modification

  • For a gluten free option use gluten free soy sauce.
  • For a nut free option, ensure the crushed garlic does not contain any nut products (if using commercial crushed garlic).

 

Tip

  • For variety, use the same amount of chicken or beef mince instead of pork.

 

* One children’s serve of lean meat, poultry, fish or alternatives is equal to half a serve in the Australian Dietary Guidelines.
** One children’s serve of vegetables and legumes/beans is equal to one serve in the Australian Dietary Guidelines.
*** One children’s serve of (grain) cereal foods is equal to one serve in the Australian Dietary Guidelines.

Recipe adapted from Get Up and Grow: Cooking for Children with permission of the Australian Government.

The nutritional information provided is based on the exact ingredients and method as shown. Any variation/s to the ingredients or method may alter the nutritional outcome.