Basmati Rice Chicken Stir Fry – PromoterHost Bachelor Meals #3

I have called this Basmati Rice Chicken Stir-Fry meal: Doomsday Rice. Watch the video to find out why.

This is Meal #3 in the PromoterHost “Bachelor Meals” series. In this video I cook and explain the versatility of rice (specifically basmati rice); promoting the fact that it is affordable, easy to keep and will be a fantastic “staple” food if there is ever a major calamity or disaster that makes food to come by. If you’re stocked up on rice, you’ll be so thankful you had the hindsight.

This meal is also great for bachelors, as it is simple to cook. It is also perfect for bodybuilders, as there is plenty of protein, along with carbs and vegetables.

I didn’t think to call the meal “doomsday rice” until I got half way through making it. However, rice really is a fantastic doomsday/prepper food that everyone should stock up on.

I also suggest oats! Oats are also very good for you and keep for a very long time. Oats are also great for bachelors (looking for a quick meal), as well as bodybuilders. Heaps of bodybuilders have oats for breakfast.

Nutrition Breakdown (per serving)

Rice (125g)
Calories: 150
Protein: 4.4g
carbs: 32g
Cost: $0.40
Chicken Breast (150g)
Calories 240
Protein: 46g
Carbs: None
Cost: $1.00
Vegetables (50g)
Calories: 32
Protein: 1.5g
Carbs: 6.5
Cost: $0.40
Egg (1)
Calories: 74
Protein: 6.3
Carbs: 0.4
Cost: $0.50
TOTAL
Calories: 496
Protein: 61.7g
Carbs: 38.5g
Cost: $2.40 (Australian Dollars)

Health Benefits of Rice

Rice provides fast and instant energy. It regulates and improve bowel movements, stabilises blood sugar levels, and slows down the ageing process. Rice provides an essential source of vitamin B1 to the human body.

Health Benefits of Chicken

Chicken is great for building muscle because it is high in protein. Chicken is also rich in several minerals like phosphorus and calcium, that helps keeps bones in mint condition.
Health Benefits of Vegetables

Vegetables are important sources of many nutrients, including potassium, dietary fiber, folate (folic acid), vitamin A, and vitamin C.

Health Benefits of Eggs

Eggs are a great source of high quality protein. More than half the protein of an egg is found in the egg white along with vitamin B2. Egg whites are rich sources of selenium, vitamin D, B6, B12 and minerals such as zinc, iron and copper.

Chicken Stir Fry “Bachelor Meal” Criteria

PromoterHost 5 Minute (half way decent) bachelor meals are designed to meet the following criteria.
  • The meal must be prepared in 5-8 minutes.
  • There must be minimal dishes (3 minutes or so worth).
  • So, total cooking and cleaning should be around 10 minutes, no more than 15
  • The meal must be half way healthy. ie: It has to at least have some veggies (vitamins) and protein; not too many calories -- yet it must be filling.
  • It must be cheap!
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Basmati Rice Chicken Stir Fry Comments

I am going to stock up in a heap of rice. This is a great idea. – Chronicle5

Rice is a great source of energy and nutrition. People should be eating rice all the time anyway, not just for a “doomsday staple”. – Emma15

I can’t believe you cooked all that in one pan. Nice. – Jay Nine

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Article written by: Leonard Wass

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