Basic Stirfry Recipe

Basic Stirfry

What you need;
Your choice of chicken or beef
A selection of stirfry vegetables; carrots, mushroom, broccoli, cauliflower, courgette, capsicum, onion, beans, bok choy, etc….
2 tblspn oyster sauce
1 tblspn fish sauce
2 tblspn warm water (to taste)
Garlic
Chilli (optional)
Spray oil
Salt and pepper (optional)
Pineapple (optional)

In a wok add a small amount of spray oil, garlic and chilli and combine
Add meat and brown
Add stir fry vegetables and cook for 2 – 3 mins
Add oyster, fish sauce, warm water and pineapple
When mixture is boiling add a lid and turn to simmer
Cook until vegetables are tender – approx 5 – 10 mins depending on cook top

This can be eaten as is or served on a small portion of brown rice


Leanne Webb
Director | Trainer Form Health and Body Management Ltd
26/60 Parton Road, Papamoa, 3118
www.formhealth.nz
t. 021 543 804

Change Your Body Change Your Life

Rice paper rolls

A great way to entertain and keep the calories low.

Marinate chicken breast in fresh sliced garlic, tamari sauce and a little materfoods thai seasoning
Slice thinly vegetables; carrot, red onion, capsicum, cucumber, mushroom, beans
Cook chicken in a non stick pan
Prepare rice paper wraps by soaking in water
Fill wraps with raw vege sticks and cooked chicken, fold and eat.
For a little extra spice put some sambal olek out and a little more tamari

Enjoy xx

healthy living

My name is Mike Hay and I first meet Le about 4 years ago through work. But it was not until the past year that I have had the pleasure of being trained by Le.

I have been hugely impressed by the results that Le has been able to help me achieve. I have been to gyms before but with Le it is more a personal touch and she really does care about you achieving your targets and will go out of her way to help you achieve these.

Over the past year I have lost and kept off over 10kg’s, I have gone from someone who struggled to make the commitment of going to the gym to someone who now can’t keep away from the place. Le has provided me with such great programs along with ideas on sensible eating ideas that it has not once felt like a chore and that’s what has kept me coming back.

Personal Style

On the wrong side of 50 I’d been able to manage my weight but strength and fitness were on the decline.

Too busy and with no two days the same I didn’t want to join a gym, but wanted some exercises I could do at home, without expensive equipment.  Le listened to all my excuses and created a simple, do-able routine which doesn’t need ANY apparatus!  Thanks Le 🙂

Margaret Stodart

Personal Style Ltd
P 07 575 7415
M 021 234 8561
www.personal-style.co.nz

Immune Builder

Bring 3 cup chicken stock to the boil in a fry pan
Add 3 glove garlic + 1 teaspoon ginger and black pepper to taste
Slice to 2 chicken breast into strips and add to boiling broth
Cover and simmer for 5 mins
Add mixed vege i.e. bok choy, carrot, broccoli, capsicum and beans
Cover and simmer for another 10 – 15 mins until chicken is cooked
Serve in bowls
Low cal + low fat + high in fibre and protein and low carb for those on the 6week or 2 week program.

Enjoy! Gary

Flat Tummy :-)

So excited!

I am just putting the finishing touches on the 4 Week Body Fat Meltdown! Done in groups of 4 (or if you really want to you can go it alone) the idea is to burn body fat, drop kilos and lose some serious centimetres over the 4 weeks. The program is intense and designed for those who are serious about results im going to push hard on this one.

If you are interested you can join my group that is starting next week (i’m too excited to wait) or you can leave it til after Anzac Day…..

Picture this – a flat tummy – bring it on 🙂

Chicken Stirfry

1 Chicken breast – sliced thinly

Diced vegetables – i recommend cabbage, carrot, broccoli, green beans and courgette

1 tin of Watties Creamy Satay Sauce

In a wok brown the chicken

Add the diced raw vegetables and cook for a further 3 – 5 minutes

Add 1 can of Watties Creamy Satay Sauce

Add 1/2 cup of of warm water

Bring to the boil, cover and simmer until chicken is cooked and vegetables are the desired tenderness

Serve and enjoy.

Marion Bray Testimonial

I first met Le at Contours in 2007 where she was my personal Trainer. When Le left Contours to open her own gym so did I, except Papamoa is the other side of town for me.

So I started reformer board pilates for the next 2 years which is great for stretching but isn’t cardio or toning work.

When my pilates instuctor left to go to Brisbane I decided to rejoin the gym.

I joined Configure at Bethlehem this year and to my delight Le does PT and classes there.

So our friendship was reunited. I see Le every 3 weeks and we have had some great results.

I have had quite a few PTs over the years, but Le really suits me

Le is very knowledgeable, and has great tips to keep you on track.

You do need to work hard and stick with it, as it’s the only way you will see results that will last a life time.

Marion Bray.

2011