This beef mince stir fry with eggs is a little different but oh so delicious! A tasty Chinese marinade makes the minced beef taste amazing. Serve it with rice or noodles for an easy weeknight dinner!
This Leftover Turkey Low Carb Enchilada Casserole uses zucchini noodles instead of tortillas for a healthy veggie-packed win, fewer carbs, and all the enchilada flavor!
This Indo Chinese Schezwan sauce is made from dried red chilis and garlic . It is a vibrant colored stir fry sauce for noodles, rice, chicken poultry and vegetables or can be used as a dipping sauce. This Authentic style Schezwan sauce is very easy to make. It can be made fiery or mild. This Schezwan Sauce can perk up flavorful expressions in no time.
This Cashew Veggie Stir Fry is loaded with fresh vegetables, baked tofu, crunchy cashews, and a delicious stir fry sauce! Serve it over rice or noodles for an easy and tasty oil-free dinner.
My super simple teriyaki chicken stir fry is such an amazing combination of my tender wok-fried pieces of chicken, lots of veggies, and my homemade teriyaki! Serve this nutritious and delicious dish over rice or teriyaki noodles and you’ll have an incredible weeknight dinner!
This hearty Beef with Garlic Sauce is an easy stir fry dinner with tender pieces of beef and sliced mushrooms in a simple garlic sauce! It's an easy 20 minute dinner for any night of the week! Serve with rice or fried noodles and some stir fried or steamed vegetables for a quick meal!
This vegan version of a simple Chinese comfort food, fanqie chaodan (番茄炒蛋), uses eggy crumbled tofu and kala namak for a rich, saucy tomato stir fry dish.
How to make Beef & Vegetables Stir Fry. Ingredients: Serves 4-6 500g grass fed beef strips 200g dry rice noodles ¼ cup vegetable oil 12 baby carrots, halved lengthways 2 celery stalks, cut into 5cm lengths, then into thin strips 200g snow peas, trimmed, halved lengthways 4 spring onions, or 2 sp
Directions1. In a large bowl, combine beef, 3 tablespoons soy sauce, and 2 teaspoons cornstarch. Mix well and let it stand for 1 hour.2. Meanwhile, let's start to make the sauce by combining the remaining 6T soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, cooking wine, 2 teaspoons cornstarch, sesame oil, sriracha, red pepper flakes and water. Stir to mix the ingredients. Set aside.3. Heat the cooking oil in a deep cooking pot. Once the oil is hot, deep fry the marinated beef until the color turns light to medium brown. Remove the pork from the pot and put in a plate lined with paper towel. The paper towel will absorb the oil.4. In a wide pan or wok, re-use 1 tablespoon of cooking oil by heating it up. Add the eggs and cook til scrambled then Saute the bell pepper, mushrooms and onions. Add the fried beef and peanuts.5. Pour-in the sauce and peas. Stir fry to distribute the ingredients. Continue to cook until the texture becomes thick.6. Add in the prepared rice noodles and toss.
Tired of chicken? Try this PORK stir fry instead. It's easy to prepare and takes just a few minutes.
Stir-Fry Thai Curry Udon Noodles with Luncheon Meat Recipe: how to make quick and easy Thai Green Curry Udon Noodles with Spam Stir Fry in 20 minutes
Vegan Pad See Ew is made with flat rice noodles, crispy yuba, Chinese broccoli, and a stir-fry sauce with sweet, savory, and balanced with a dash of vinegar. Pad See Ew is one of the most popular Thai street foods- fresh ingredients stir fry in the wok, and ready to serve up in less than 20 minutes!
Typically my kind of meal! Easy, quick and uber delicious! I just throw everything that is in the fridge and need to be used up. Get creative with the vegetables, it is good with almost every single one of them.
Asian pork stir fry with with rice noodles and a spicy homemade hoisin sauce.
Tender rice noodles, seared beef, and vibrant vegetables are bathed in a sticky Korean BBQ sauce you won't be able to get enough of! This Korean BBQ Beef Stir Fry with Noodles is better than takeout!
This 10-minute vegan Udon Noodle Stir Fry is an actual lifesaver on busy days. It's not only quick and easy to make, but also totally customizable.
Vegan Pad See Ew is made with flat rice noodles, crispy yuba, Chinese broccoli, and a stir-fry sauce with sweet, savory, and balanced with a dash of vinegar. Fresh ingredients stir fry in the wok, and ready to serve up in less than 20 minutes!
Stir Fry Tofu with Veggies and Flat Noodles Tofu is very rich in protein ,calcium and Iron which is very important for women.Also it contains no saturated fat and is very good for weight lose plan as it contains just 90 calories in Half cup serving . After knowing about good healthy benefits of tofu...Read More
This easy turkey and mango stir fry is a delicious way of making turkey the star of a healthy midweek meal. Velveting the turkey first keeps it deliciously moist and the lime juice and mint balance the recipe perfectly!