by Rachel Phipps

This easy, brightly coloured pork and pepper stir-fry really celebrates that bottle of sweet chilli sauce – usually used just for dipping – hiding at the back of your fridge.

Each serving provides 669 kcal, 36g protein, 87g carbohydrates (of which 30g sugars), 17g fat (of which 2.5g saturates), 12g fibre and 1.9g salt.

Main course


Soy sauce is a versatile storecupboard ingredient, either added to dishes during cooking or used as a table condiment. It makes a great marinade or can be splashed into stews or used in sauces for meat and vegetables. Use light soy sauce to flavour dishes without darkening them - when stir-frying vegetables or chicken, for instance. Use dark soy sauce to give colour to noodle dishes; its sweetness also makes it good as a dipping sauce.