Spicy Prawn Stir-fry

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Lockdown 2.0: How is it possible that it feels like there’s nothing to do but simultaneously I don’t have time to do anything?

Spoiler: I don’t have the answer to this. BUT here’s a delicious, quick, easy recipe for when you can’t decide #whattoeat, or for when you’re short on time or inspiration.

Juicy prawns, aromatic herbs and toasty nutty cashews… trust me on this one.⠀


  1. Firstly, toast cashew nuts in a dry pan (no oil) until they turn golden, and set aside.
  2. In a wok or large frying pan, heat coconut oil. Add chopped onion, bok choy, bean sprouts, peas and chilli and sear for a few minutes.
  3. Add thinly sliced garlic and the prawns and keep tossing until prawns are cooked through.
  4. Add the minced ginger and soy sauce, and turn off the heat.
  5. Plate up and sprinkle with sesame seeds, drizzle a little sesame oil, and top with toasted cashew nuts and chopped fresh coriander.
  6. I also love to add broccoli florets to this. Cauliflower can also work, or edamame, a good squeeze of lime juice, a splash of fish sauce, or anything else you fancy! 😋

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Kim, Founder of Wilder Nature Nutrition
Kim, Founder of Wilder Nature Nutrition

Kim Haslam is the founder of Wilder Nature Nutrition, a nutrition-led clinical healthcare practice that specialises in helping clients with skin issues such as acne, eczema and rosacea. Kim is a BANT-registered Clinical Nutritional Therapist (British Association of Nutrition and Lifestyle Therapists) and associate member of the Royal Society of Medicine, and takes a holistic Functional Medicine approach to health, focusing on identifying the root causes of her clients symptoms to help them heal from the ground up.

Her inside-out approach to skincare is a truly personalised system that gets to the bottom of bad skin for good. By mapping her clients’ individual health factors such as hormonal balance, nutritional status, stress and inflammation levels, liver detoxification, microbiome diversity and genetic predispositions, she creates a map of factors that are contributing to her client’s less-than-optimal health. This generates a clear path forwards on the journey towards clearer skin and better health in ways that that will really work for her clients as individuals.

Clients have praised Kim for her clear and easy-to-digest ways of explaining complex health problems, her supportive attitude and her compassionate, non-judgemental and solution-oriented approach. Her innovative all-round approach to skin often has the side-effects of reducing depression and anxiety, strengthening the immune system, improving overall digestive function, eliminating period pains and improving general sense of well-being and quality of life.

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