Thank you Tefal for sponsoring this post!
Who else is now obsessed with air fried food? I’ve wanted one for so long now so when Tefal contacted me to collaborate, using their ActiFry Genius XL, I couldn’t wait to try it out. Since then, I’ve been using it every day. Mainly to make chips. Air-fried chips are seriously amazing!
For those who don’t know what an air fryer is, it’s a kitchen appliance that circulates hot air around the food which allows it to “fry” it without little to no oil. It really does taste like it’s been fried but just without the greasiness. It’s magic…
Today I’m sharing a recipe from Tefal’s ActiFry app, for a vegan vegetable stir fry. It’s quick, easy, really tasty and healthy.
It’s part of their ‘Spin Class’ campaign (a play on the spinning of the ActiFry’s paddle which helps circulate the food around the fryer) and includes lot’s of delicious, healthy recipes. Find out more in the video at the bottom of this post!
The one change I made was to use less oil than stated in their recipe. Just in case anyone else wants to cut down on their oil, I used 1/2 tbsp oil instead of 2 and it turned out perfect!
This stir fry is delicious by itself or served on a bed of rice, in a wrap or on a bed of noodles. I topped mine with some spring onions for a fresh pop of colour and flavour.
- 1 aubergine, quartered lengthways and sliced
- 1 courgette, diced
- 1/2 a red pepper, diced
- 1/2 a green pepper, diced
- 250g portobello mushrooms, diced
- 100ml vegetable stock
- 2 ActiFry spoonfuls of oil*
- 2 cloves garlic, crushed
- Salt and pepper, to taste
- Add the aubergine to a bowl and sprinkle with salt. Leave to sweat for 15 - 30 minutes.
- Rinse the aubergine and add them to the ActiFry pan along with the crushed garlic. Add the chopped mushrooms on the handle side of the pan. Add the courgettes and peppers on the opposite side, at the back of the pan. Pour the stock over the vegetables and season with salt and pepper. Drizzle the oil over the peppers.
- Cook for 30 minutes on mode 7 (wok).
- Serve and enjoy!
*If you want to use less oil, try cooking with 1/2 tbsp oil instead!