Green stir-fry with MATR bites and sticky sauce⁠

Cook time: 45 Minutes     Serves: 2 Persons     Difficulty: Easy


Lots of healthy, green vegetables, flash-fried with juicy bits of MATR, and wrapped in a delicious sticky sauce with a kick from chilli and ginger. Delicious dinner in no time.⁠

  • Ingredients:⁠ 1 x 300g pack of MATR block, broken into smaller pieces⁠
  • 5-600 grams of green vegetables depending on taste and season, for example asparagus, spring onions, leeks, green asparagus, romesco cabbage, spinach and/or broccoli.⁠
  • 1 dl of your favorite shoyu⁠
  • ½ dl cane sugar, brown sugar or syrup⁠
  • A little toasted sesame oil⁠
  • 1 finely chopped spicy green chili – or to taste⁠
  • 1 cube ginger, finely grated⁠
  • 1 clove of garlic, crushed⁠
  • 1 handful of cashews⁠
  • A tablespoons of black and/or white sesame seeds⁠
  • 1 bunch coriander⁠
  • Boiled jasmine rice⁠
  1. Rinse the vegetables and cut them into bite-sized pieces.⁠
  2. Stir your sticky sauce together from soy, sugar and spices.⁠
  3. Put a little oil on a large pan or in a wok and roast your MATR block until the pieces have a light crust. Remove them from the pan and keep them warm.⁠
  4. Add a little more oil to the pan and add the vegetables.
  5. Fry them at a good heat until they are crispy.⁠
  6. Return the MATR to the pan and pour the sticky sauce over it.
  7. Fry on a good heat until the sauce has boiled down and starts to caramelise.⁠
  8. Top the dish with cashews and coriander and eat immediately, for example with cooked jasmine rice or quinoa.⁠