with saucesA well-matched sauce is the body and spirit of an authentic Chinese dish. It could be a BBQ-friendly marinade. A dash or a drizzle in a stir-fry. A salad dressing or spicy dip.
Find your balanceA handful of crisp, colourful vegetables. Protein-rich chicken or salmon. Carbohydrates like noodles or rice. A perfectly paired sauce that brings the
whole dish to life – with punchy, but not overpowering flavour. A recipe for families in China that is full of feel-good nutrition.
Make time for teaWe often pop the kettle on Chinese tea is said to have cleansing qualities that help with digestion.
Lee Kum Kee says: "We eat what we like, and we like what we eat"
Making Feel-Good meals is simple, we have got a few tricks for you to find the balance. With a bit of our flavourful sauce, your meal will never be boring again! A little secret for you- umami is known to increase meal satisfaction and it is fully packed in our Oyster sauces and Soy Sauces!
Whole wheat or buckwheat noodles,and brown and wild rice are high in fibre - include it as part of your summer salad for a full satisfactory feeling.Add some Chiu Chow Chilli Oil to excite your palate by a spicy kick or Seasoned Rice Vinegar to complement your salad with a sweet, tangy and slightly smoky flavour.
Eat your greens, love legumes and dig into root vegetables. They are full of micronutrients and dietary fibre.
Serve 2-3 80g portions of ‘rainbow’ vegetables per meal every day, to keep you stay hydrated all day and for a vibrant variety of plant-based foods.
Stir-fry with Premium Oyster Sauce to strengthen the original taste of vegetable from its umami or add a dash of Pure Sesame Oil for its aromatic nutty flavour.
Pick and Mix Protein
Seafood like oily fish, shellfish, crab and mussels are particularly good for heart health.Lean cut meat, eggs, tofu, beans and pulses are also great protein sources. Cook seafood with Black Bean Garlic Sauce to experience a classic Chinese seafood dish. Char Siu Sauce that is particularly good for meat in stir-fry or BBQ.Tomato Garlic Stir-fry Sauce for a hint of sweetness and spice that goes well in different dishes for a pleasant meal.
Lee Kum Kee says: “A meal shared is a meal savoured,” which is why Chinese dishes are best suited to family feasts.
Wok to Wellness
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Want to learn more tips on creating an easy and Feel- Good meal? Check out our exclusive sauce kit that includes a guide for cooking nourishing meals and a set of tasty sauces to help you ‘Wok to Wellness’!