Energy Booster meal

Prawns are a good source of unsaturated fat, which makes up the majority of its fat content. Unsaturated fats can help improve your blood cholesterol levels when you eat them in place of saturated or trans fats. Prawns, like other fish and shellfish, are also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids — essential fatty acids your body does not produce. Omega-3s can reduce inflammation and your risk of heart disease, cancer and arthritis, as well as help with brain function.

Asparagus and Prawn Stir fry





12 Minutes

Chop the Lemongrass, lime leaves, spring onions and asparagus. Set the onion and asparagus aside, then combine the grass and leaves with the ginger, fish and sugar. Put to one side.

Stir-fry the king prawns in a wok for a few minutes until they turn pink. Remove from the pan.

Throw in the pre-chopped onions and stir-fry for two minutes more. Add the chilli, garlic and spring onion, and cook until the onion has softened. Add the prawns back to the wok along with the asparagus and fry for a further minute.

Pour over the sauce that you prepared earlier, and cook until the mixture becomes sticky. Sprinkle with the coriander leaves and serve immediately. Maybe try this before your next game or match, it could be the deciding factor. #edge #energy #focus Asparagus and Prawn Stir-Fry

These prawns added to your diet will improve your reaction times and keep you alert whilst being focused. (Tyrosine)

Nutritional Value      
(per serving)
Serves 2 people
Calories 321 kcals
Fat 5g (2g sat fat)
Carbs 32g
Protein 17g

1 Stalk of Lemongrass
4 Lime leaves
4 spring onions
250g asparagus
1 teaspoon ground ginger
4 tablespoons fish sauce
1 tablespoon muscovado sugar
10 King prawns
100g pre cooked onions
1 teaspoon pre chopped chilli
2 teaspoons of crushed garlic
A handful of fresh coriander.

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