• Prawn & pak choi stir-fry

    This low-calorie prawn stir-fry from Chelsie Collins can be thrown together and served up as a super-quick supper for two in just 10 minutes. Whilst the recipe says to use cooked prawns, we'd recommend using fresh raw prawns as they'll taste better in your finished dish - fresh is best!

     

    Dr Jenna Macchiochi's nutrition notes:

    "Prawns are a rich source of selenium, one of the most effective antioxidants at maintaining healthy cells. They also contain high levels of zinc, which is important to develop a healthy immune system. Eating prawns helps build strong bones because they contain phosphorous, copper and magnesium."

     

    Link to full recipe

    (courtesy of bbcgoodfood.com)

     

    Buy fresh prawns for this recipe:

    Large raw tiger prawns

    Cooking style
    Preparation: Easy