From broccoli fried rice to Hong Kong style vegetable chow mein - we've loads of delicious stir fry recipes to make the most of seasonal vegetables. Be sure to check out our entire Stir fry collection for more ideas.
Stir-frying is a great way to increase the amount of veggies you eat.
Stir-fries are a simple way to incorporate a variety of meat, vegetables and grains into your diet in one dish. Here, thin slices of rump steak team with egg-fried rice and colourful red pepper and broccoli to make a delicious combination of textures and flavours.
This is a very quick, healthy and tasty midweek supper with chicken and vegetables in a slightly spicy sauce. Can be adapted with any meat or fish cooked the same way, or nice as a vegetable dish without any meat. Serve with jasmine rice or noodles. Ensure all stir fry ingredients are chopped, ready and set aside as this dish comes together fairly quickly.
A delicious Chinese beef dish. Sliced beef is stir-fried with garlic, onion, king oyster mushrooms and peppers. Serve with freshly cooked rice for lunch or dinner.
A super fast and healthy mid week stir fry with pork, red pepper, green beans, satay sauce and soy, garnished with basil.
Tofu, red pepper, red onion and chillies, all quickly stir-fried in a sweet and sour sauce. If you like milder dishes, decrease the amount of crushed chillies or omit them altogether.
A delicious red coconut curry, made by stir-frying beef with baby sweetcorn and green peppers. The heat of the curry is tamed by the creamy coconut milk. Serve with freshly cooked rice.
Once all the vegetables and the sauce have been prepared, this stir-fry can be cooked in minutes. It is an ideal quick midweek meal, packed with ingredients that taste good and that are good for you too.
Chicken, nuts and apricots flavoured with tangy fresh basil make a refreshing summer-style stir-fry. Serve with rice noodles or fluffy white rice for a healthy meal in moments. Delicious!
A mixture of green vegetables adds colour, crispness and food value to this simple noodle stir-fry with pork and dried mushrooms. Chinese egg noodles are prepared more quickly than Western pasta – they only need brief soaking – so this dish can be made from start to finish in less than 30 minutes.