We've been super into Teriyaki-flavored stir fry lately, and this incredibly simple meal is one that comes together in a snap. Just 4 ingredients, 5 if you count the fat you fry the chicken in, 6 if you count the rice you serve it with. Any way you look at it, it's very easy and tasty!
This super-easy stir fry can be made along with any sort of protein (like beef, chicken, or pork). The only part of this dish that takes some effort is cutting up a few vegetables. Other than that, it's a snap! Oh, and don't forget to serve it over some cauliflower (or white) rice!
This recipe mixes influences of American pulled pork and popular Chinese flavors, hence the name: Chinese Pulled Pork. It's not exactly Char Siu, either. The flavors of this dish are decidedly Chinese, though - and we think you're going to love it! Try it over stir fry, like we've shown here, or topped on your favorite grain-free / gluten-free bun.
This Beef Stir Fry with Zoodles (Zucchini Noodles for those are not familiar with the name) is your perfect weeknight meal. It is easy to prepare, super healthy and packed full of flavour.
It is gluten, dairy and refined sugar free and you can change it up by adding different vegetables. I wanted to add some oyster sauce to the stir fry sauce, but was unable to find an organic version. The only ones I could find were full of nasty additives and preservatives. However, the sauce I made up tastes delicious and has a great balance of sweet and sour flavours.
Stir fry cabbage with onions, mustard seeds, shredded coconut, spices and curry leaves. This is really good, dairy-free, paleo and a really easy to make dish. It goes well with Indian bread, rice, lentils or as side dish for grilled/roasted meat.
This go-to recipe is packed with veggies, protein, AND flavor. It also makes plenty of amazing leftovers, which is always great in my book!
Stir-fry is just so easy and versatile. You can follow this recipe to the exact measurement, or easily swap ingredients depending on what you have in your fridge!
A delicious way to add more greens to your diet. Use as a side dish or as part of a stir fry. The combination of savory bacon fat, sweet apples, and a dash of tangy vinegar will keep your taste buds very happy!
A “Tandoor” refers to a clay oven methods used for slow-cooking. In western cooking, Tandoori often is used loosely to describe specific seasonings used in Indian cooking. Tandoori seasoning goes great with chicken or kabobs, but we love it in this shrimp stir-fry.
I came up with this recipe when 3/4 of my kiddos brought home the sniffles shortly after school started in September. For dinner one night, I had planned to make stir-fry with some minutes steaks that were thawed in the fridge and a head of Napa cabbage that needed to be used up ASAP, but I also wanted to keep bone broth-loading everyone. So, Steak Stir-Fry Soup it was!
Substitute/omit/add ingredients depending on which meats and veggies you enjoy in your stir-fry and how chunky you like your soup.