Chinese Stir Fry
There's a reason everyone loves a Chinese stir-fry. It's easy, full of creativity, and high-heat cooking with a little bit of oil is a super-healthy preparation. Start with Chinese chicken stir-fry and the sky (or your skillet) is the limit.
A tablespoon of Sriracha sauce adds real kick to the steak marinade. Opt for flank steak and slice it thinly to cut down on prep time.
This fast chicken and vegetable stir-fry dinner beats takeout any day!
Although not native to China, cashews worked their way into Chinese cuisine and into stir-fries like this one.
When you need a last minute dinner idea, consider this stir-fry recipe that combines shrimp, ramen noodles, vegetables, and traditional Asian sauces in one scrumptious meal.
Take your taste buds on a trip around the world with this low-fat beef stir-fry packed with vegetables.
Plum preserves, pears, and ginger give this winning stir-fry just the right amount of sweetness.
Oriental oyster sauce gives stir-fried vegetables an exiting taste for this meatless main-dish recipe. For an option and more protein, add chicken breast strips.
This quick and easy vegetable stir-fry goes well with grilled steak or chicken.
Enjoy Chinese food at home without picking up the phone. This homemade lo mein is easy to prepare and tastes terrific.
To achieve the perfect amount of "heat," adjust the amount of chili oil you add to this chicken stir-fry.
Made in a wok, the hot shrimp sauce sizzles as it comes in contact with the fried rice patties in this seafood dinner recipe.
Soy sauce, oyster sauce, and chili paste make a flavorful sauce for this chicken and vegetable meal. Poblano chile peppers give the dish a little heat.
For this stir-fry recipe, you fry the chicken breast pieces in oil, then quickly skillet-cook the vegetables and add fresh oranges. The warm orange sauce completes the finished dish.
This quick side-dish recipe of carrots, zucchini, and leeks are stir-fried until crisp tender and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.
There is mouthwatering magic in the sweet-tart, spicy-salty balance of Chinese sauces like this one. Here it is poured over tender marinated chicken, sprinkled with a generous helping of toasted sesame seeds and served with the crisp clean contrast of steamed broccoli. Its just like the dish you get from the local takeout, only so much more delicious and better for you.