Teriyaki Quorn

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Teriyaki Quorn

Serves 2

Teriyaki Quorn

This quick and healthy teriyaki Quorn™ recipe can be cooked from scratch in a short space of time and packs a hefty flavour punch. It uses Quorn fillets and yummy tenderstem broccoli, one of my favourite vegetables.

Ingredients

1 tbsp Mirin rice wine
2 tbsp dark soy sauce
1 tbsp honey
A handful of chopped, unsalted peanuts
2 cloves of garlic
2cm piece of root ginger
1 tbsp sesame oil
1 small onion
150g chestnut mushrooms
4 frozen Quorn chicken fillets
200g tenderstem broccoli
2 nests of egg noodles

Method

Allow the Quorn chicken fillets to thaw a little, so these can be chopped into bitesize pieces.

Crush the garlic and finely chop the ginger. Add these to a mixing bowl with the soy sauce, honey and mirin.

Teriyaki Quorn

Finely chop the onion and slice the mushrooms.

Teriyaki Quorn

Add the sesame oil to wok, once hot add in the broccoli, mushrooms, quorn chicken fillet pieces and the onion and cook for around 5 minutes.

Teriyaki Quorn

Whilst the other ingredients are cooking, bring a pan to the boil and cook the noodles.

Once the broccoli, mushrooms, quorn and onion are starting to brown, add the sauce mix and the chopped nuts and allow to heat through for approximately 2 minutes.

Once the sauce is heated, add in the noodles. Stir in the sauce and other ingredients. Serve immediately.

Teriyaki Quorn

We use chopsticks to eat ours, but if you prefer, use a traditional knife and fork. Either way, this teriyaki Quorn dish is full of goodness and is so delicious. Perfect for a week day meal, without the fuss.

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8 thoughts on “Teriyaki Quorn

    • Sally Sally says:

      Yes the Quorn works really well. It gives a great texture. We love this dish and we're not vegetarians.

    • Sally Sally says:

      Oh yes she'd like this I'm sure. It's good also if you are introducing a meat-free day in the week. So quick to cook too.

    • Sally Sally says:

      Yes this one will be great for the inevitable new year kick, but not only is it super healthy, it's also really yummy. I'm looking forward to cooking this dish on a regular basis.

  1. This looks delicious - ginger, sesame and soy is one of my favourite flavour combinations, so I'd definitely be interested in trying this out. Looks very healthy too!

    • Sally Sally says:

      I know, it's really low fat and full of protein goodness Robyn. I didn't miss the meat at all and it was still really flavoursome. I doubt anyone would think of it being a boring healthy recipe because of its flavours. It's become one of our staple meals as it's so quick to cook after work.

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