Top Rated Stir Fry Recipes

Yangzhou Fried Rice
The city of Yangzhou in eastern Jiangsu Province is one of the ancient centers of Chinese gastronomy and the heartland of what is known as Huaiyang Cuisine. Strangely, only one of its dishes is widely known in the West and that is Yangzhou fried rice, which is on the menu of almost every overseas Cantonese restaurant. A colorful mixture of fragrant rice with diced meat, seafood, and vegetables, it traditionally includes a little sea cucumber and crabmeat as well as fresh bamboo shoots. Many versions, even some of those cooked up in Yangzhou itself, make this dish as a simple fried rice, but the classic recipe, upon which mine is based, includes an injection of chicken stock that adds an extra deliciousness. I have omitted hard-to-find ingredients, such as sea cucumber. I first wrote this recipe for a Chinese New Year's feature in a magazine. One friend told me afterward that it had been such a hit with her children that she had been making it almost once a week ever since, so I've included it here in her honor. Don't worry if you don’t have every ingredient: The key is to have a tempting selection of colors and tastes amid the rice. There's no need to weigh them exactly; just aim to have a small pile (about 3 tablespoons when chopped) of each. Yangzhou fried rice can be served as part of a special Chinese meal, or as a whole meal in itself, perhaps with simply a salad or a lightly cooked green vegetable on the side. Click here to see Regional Chinese Cooking Made Easy.  
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Indian stir fry chicken
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Kadai Chicken is an Indian stir fry dish traditionally made with lots of ghee, cream and spices. This modified version is lighter and easier to prepare, without compromising flavor.
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4.5

Evan Sung
The most popular person at any Japanese street festival is the yakisoba guy. Standing at a small cart with a hot griddle, he wears a twisted hair band and holds two giant spatulas, one in each hand. With great energy and fanfare he stir- fries a heap of vegetables and pork with chukasoba noodles— the yellow, springy Chinese-style wheat noodles more commonly known as ramen. He finishes with a glug of the special bottled sauce that tastes like a spicier version of tonkatsu sauce, and customers walk toward him like zombies.At home, however, the dish is best cooked one portion at a time. At Japanese grocery stores, chukasoba are sold in the refrigerated section in bags with sauce packets, and labeled “yakisoba.” I typically ignore the packets and instead use the tastier Otafuku brand yakisoba sauce. Why don’t I make my own? Well, then the stir-fry would be a chore (you wouldn’t make your own ketchup for a burger, would you?) rather than a quick lunch or perfect late- night snack.Recipe excerpted with permission from Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking by Masaharu Morimoto. Click here to purchase your own copy.
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Stir-Fried Bok Choy with Sesame Seeds
Quick, easy, and healthy, this versatile side dish pairs well with tofu, seafood, and meat dishes. Serve with a little brown rice for a light meal.
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bok choy stir fry sweet sour
This rendition of stir-fry incorporates the mellow, nutty subtleness of cashews with all of your favorite sweet-and-sour veggies. This recipe is suitable for vegetarians and quick to prepare and cook.
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chicken mushroom stew
One of the most delicious homefood dishes in Dongbei cuisine. It is a typical dish of Liaoning province, where it is eaten during the long and harshly cold winter.This recipe is courtesy of wordpress.com
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Every year on May 5th, Cinco de Mayo is celebrated to honor Mexican culture and heritage. Try these vegetarian fajitas for a healthy twist on a classic dish.
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Vegetarian Mee Hoon Goreng
Mee hoon, or rice vermicelli, are thin noodles made from rice flour. These noodles are eaten as part of a soup or stir-fry, and can also be made into salad.
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Rainbow Chard and Chorizo
This easy dish is best eaten in a bowl with the tender pearls of coucous serving as a bed for the ribbons of chard and chunks of chorizo — or you can jumble them all up together, the choice is yours.  Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Chorizo
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3.75

Stir-Fried Chicken with Broccoli, Red Peppers, and Cashews
Turn this chicken stir fry into a complete and healthy protein-packed meal with a little bit of brown or wild rice on the side. Crisp-tender broccoli and chopped cashews lend a distinctive crunch to this fried chicken recipe.
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3.5

Rainbow Swiss Chard and Lemon Stir-Fry
Here's a simple and easy side dish that's gluten-free and vegan, turned into a quick entrée with the addition of some gluten-free pasta. It comes together in five minutes and is super flavorful. What more could you ask for? See all Swiss chard recipes.
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This Recipe is quick and taste amazing. Its cook at my home as well as my Restaurant.  Once you fry up all the ingredients and brown your meat after about 15 mins add your Zip Sauce to the frying pan let cook for about another 5 mins. Then serve and enjoy! 
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