Confinement food is very important for mothers after child birth, as well as cleanliness of the food as rightfully the food that they consume will impact the production of breast milk for their babies and to nourish mum body. Do you know that beef is rich in iron and zinc, and iron is important for red blood cell formation? Having suffcient iron in diet can help to replenish blood lost during birth delivery too.
Personally I love confinement food as it warms the body and improve our immune system during this pandemic.
This week I tried on Shabu shabu beef slice by True Aussie Beef to prepare my Ginger Stir Beef and best is it only takes 5 min prep time and 5 min to cook.
Here are the ingredients and recipe to share:
1. True aussie shabu shabu beef
2. Sliced ginger, a handful
3. 1 tomato, diced
4. Coriander or any preferred green herbs
5. Sesame oil
6. Mushroom Seasoning to taste
Here is my simple recipe to follow through. Since True Aussie Beef slice take less time to cook, you just need to have a quick stir fried and its done. Perfect for busy mothers and pairing it with tomatoes and greens, its a whole packed nutrition dish.
My cooking video is at this insta reel link https://www.instagram.com/reel/CU1zK4ipWM6/?utm_medium=copy_link
Here you go on the final outcome! Love the colours mix and this dish is delicious. Perfect paired with a bowl of rice or eat it on its own.
Last but not least, here are some info on True Aussie Beef, to assure you its quality and halal certified details too.
Australia is an impeccable source of halal meat and meat products. A recent study by Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) has revealed that animals raised and processed in a stress-free environment produce better quality meat that are consistent, hygienic, safe and nutritious.
Australian Halal beef and lamb are versatile and suitable for Asian and western cuisine, turning out delicious and nutritious dishes each time. With such quality, fresh and tender meat, it takes less time to cook, whether it’s a beef rendang or a spicy lamb stew.
All cattle, sheep and goats processed in Australia for the Malaysia market are slaughtered under the Australian Government Supervised Halal Program by accredited Muslims. This program is administered by the Federal Department of Agriculture in Australia.
Additionally, all processing facilities in Australia employ only registered and trained Muslim slaughtermen from the Halal Certifying Bodies. They also comply with personal hygiene, operational sanitation and animal welfare requirements. These Halal Certifying Bodies are recognised and approved by JAKIM (Department of Islamic Development of Malaysia).