Vegetarian Stir-Fry Recipes

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March 30, 2015
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broccoli tofu stir fryIf you are looking for a fast and healthy vegetarian meal that instantly feeds a family, a stir-fry is a great choice. They are simple to make and usually only require one fry-pan or wok. You can use any leftover vegetables you have available, making them perfect for clearing out the fridge. You can even use frozen vegetables to further cut down on preparation time. Because you cook them quickly, the vegetables stay fairly crisp and retain most of their nutrients. There are many different stir-fry recipes that showcase different combinations of vegetables and seasonings.

Stir Fried Vegetables. A great recipe for a fool-proofstir-fry that works for any kind of vegetables.Thi recipe focuses on the method for cooking the vegetables so that they stay light and crisp, but soft enough to enjoy. Perfect for beginners.

Ginger Stir Fry. Ginger is a great ingredient for adding flavour to a stir-fry. It is ideal for enhancing the flavour of softer, plainer vegetables such as broccoli and carrot.

Farmer’s Market Fried Rice. Although rice is a perfect side to a stir-fry, you can also add it to the pan while cooking to make a healthy and delicious fried rice dish. This one uses a mixture of Brussels sprouts and parsnips – traditional English vegetables that nonetheless work great in this Asian-inspired recipe.

Thai Vegan Stir-Fry. This recipe uses traditional Thai sauces to flavour medium firm tofu cubes and vegetables such as celery and broccoli. The recipe creates a broth-like sauce that flavours the entire dish. It isperfect for serving on top of rice.

10 Minute Stir Fry. If you’re really pushed for time, this 10 minute stir-fry is ideal. Purchasing good quality frozen vegetables is the key – many supermarkets carry packages of frozen vegetables that are specially designed for Asian cooking and cut down on preparation time.

Vegetarian stir-fry recipes show you how to create quick, delicious, nutritious meals that are suitable for many different vegetable and flavour combinations.

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