Whenever we go away on a trip, I like to at least try and continue to eat healthily. This can sometimes be a challenge for any number of reasons. You may only have a limited amount of space to store food or you might be in a remote area where fresh fruit and vegetables are not readily available or are extremely expensive.
On our recent trip, I wanted to see if it was possible to make a Chicken Stir Fry on our small portable barbecue. Stir Fry is something that we eat quite often when we are home. They are quick and easy to prepare, tasty and generally pretty healthy.
So this is what I did before we left so as I could make……..
BBQ CHICKEN STIR FRY
Slice up 500 grams of chicken breast fillet.
Place in a zip-lock bag.
Add your favourite stir-fry sauce. You can make your own or cheat a little like I did. I used a sachet of Master Foods Honey, Garlic and Soy Recipe Base. Then freeze the chicken.
To prepare your stir fry, allow the chicken to defrost completely.
Pre-heat your barbecue, then cook the chicken until it is about three-quarters cooked. Then add your vegies.
You can use whatever vegies you have available. Once again I took the easy option and bought a bag of pre-chopped veg from Woolworths.
Toss the chicken and veg together until it is almost cooked and then add a bag of stir-fry noodles and cook until heated through.
And Voila! BBQ Chicken Stir Fry. And proof that you can successfully cook a stir fry on a barbecue.
We always use a non-stick barbecue mat which makes for a super easy clean up after you have finished cooking. Just wipe it over with some paper towel.