20 Quick and Easy Stir Fry Recipes Recipe Collection
Stir fries make a quick, nutritious and delicious weeknight meal. With canola oil's high smoke point and neutral flavor your ingredients really shine.
Forget the Chinese takeout! This meal is just as delicious.
This classic dish is flavored with preserved black soybeans that are fermented with salt and spices and is a popular seasoning with meat, seafood and poultry.
"Aside from the heart-healthy benefits of canola oil, I love using it in a marinade because of its mild, almost neutral flavor. Canola oil allows the flavors of the lime, garlic and soy sauce to come through in this recipe. The mild taste of canola oil makes it great in a salad dressing too, when you want to taste the ingredients and not the oil."
Canola oil is a great choice for high heat cooking.
Canola oil's mild flavor make it a great choice for recipes that you want the flavors of the ingredients to shine through.
A treat for fowl lovers who want to enjoy turkey at times other than Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Canola oil works well with stir fries because of its high heat tolerance. Get cooking! See the recipe video below.
What a medley of cultures stir-frying from the Chinese, pasta from the Italians, and pork which is the most widely consumed meat in the world.
Add this dish to your weeknight repertoire for a great, one-pan meal with lots of veggies. Canola oil’s neutral flavor and high heat tolerance is the perfect match for stir-frying.
Making a stir fry is a fun and exciting culinary experience with a certain exotic flare. Here, I use a combination of asparagus, onions and bell peppers to add crunch and nutritional value to the dish, and recommend pork tenderloin to satisfy the meat eaters. For a proper stir fry, you need three things: a wok, great flavor and high heat. Canola oil has a high smoke point and neutral flavor so the rest of the ingredients can really shine. Best way to serve a stir fry? Try pairing it with whole grains, like brown rice or quinoa.
Flavored with garlic, ginger and black bean sauce, this Chinese dish has extra flavor.
A simple, quick and colorful stir-fry!
Here is a Thai restaurant favorite that's simple enough to make in your own kitchen. Added bonus: you can control the spice level.
Instead of high-sodium packaged ramen for lunch, try soba "buckwheat noodles" with a protein-packed vegetarian sauté. Because mushrooms tend to soak up so much oil, they are "sweated" in a covered pan so that they soften in their own juices. While tofu is the traditional protein in this Japanese dish, you can substitute leftover cubed chicken or turkey for the tofu, and peas for the edamame, if you like.
Stir-frying is a quick and healthy cooking method. Canola oils high smoke point works well and its neutral taste allows the flavor of the other foods to shine through.
This dish is a nutritious take on a Chinese classic.
Though it's not typically remembered as a member of the lean protein family, pork tenderloin has just 1 gram of saturated fat per 3-ounce (90 -gram) serving.
Using cubed tuna in a stir-fry is unusual in a fantastic way. Combined with fresh veggies, edamame and whole-wheat pasta, this dish is teeming with nutrients and fiber. Because small batches are made at a time, stir-fries are a great way to cook for one, four or eight
Assembling the ingredients and preparing the vegetables help make stir-fries cook up fast and easy.
Asian greens like Bok Choy, Sui Choy and Chinese cabbage are loaded with nutrients including folic acid and calcium and well worth making a regular part of your weekly meals.