Alkaline Recipe #1 Detox Lime-Chili Stir ‘Fry’

detox chilli stir fry

Edit: WOW this was my first ever alkaline diet recipe I posted to this site…EVER…back in 2005! Whoa. Enjoy! It brings back amazing memories for me 🙂

This is a great alkaline, family-friendly recipe.

Firstly it is great because it was invented and constructed 100% in my kitchen (although admittedly not entirely by me alone), and secondly because it is 100% healthy, alkalizing and delicious.

In fact, this is the alkaline recipe that first really had me believe in myself that I could create a whole Alkaline Recipe Book!

And the rest is history!

The ingredients below taste great – but you can use any greens you have available. Kale works really well!

Alkaline Detox Lime-Chili Stir ‘Fry’


Mange-Tout/Sugar Snap Peas
Cabbage (red or green)
Courgette (Zucchini)
Fresh Lime Juice
Vegetable Boullion
Brown Basmati Rice/Wild Rice


Firstly, pulp the coriander with a pestle and mortar along with the finely chopped chili, adding lime juice as you go to make a dressing/sauce. Then set aside to infuse.

Now chop all of the vegetables fairly finely (so that they will cook quickly). Steam these until they are only just cooked (still a little crunchy).

Now place all ingredients on a bed of fluffy, steamed rice and cover with the coriander and lime-chili sauce.

Serve, piping hot with a smile.

The beauty of this is its simplicity. Optionally you can steam fry the vegetables in a vegetable boullion stock if you do not have a steamer.

Another option is to have salmon with this (if you are into seafood).

I have not included quantities as it is probably best to find your own way. Also, of course, feel free to just use whatever vegetables you have available to you.

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  1. Margo Reply

    Is there a problem with cooking it as a stir-fry, in coconut or avocado oil? Tx

  2. Magi Reply

    Good recipe! I put a little too much coriander in the sauce but that’s what teaches us to make what we like. I also put a bit of fish sauce in.

    • ross Reply

      Superb – good adjustment and I’m sure next time will be even more delicious 🙂

  3. Eileen Reply

    Can you pls send me some recipes

  4. Kathy Reply

    Would love to see some recipes kids would actually try. One look at this and they will run.

  5. Kathy Reply

    My kids will take one look at that and run.

  6. Rosacea dieet Reply

    Hi Ross,

    Too bad, not a print button. Oh haha, I see this post is from 2006! Sorry, I’ll load the page on my mobile!


  7. Elaine McInroy Reply

    Printer friendly ? Please send details.

  8. mike Reply


    perhaps i can’t find it.
    is there a printer friendly button for the recipe that are
    on your site?