Top Rated Stir Fry Recipes

Bibigo’s mission is to introduce the delicious and nutritious Korean food culture to the rest of the world. Bibigo gets its name from a mash-up of Korean bi-bi-da (“to mix”) and English “to-go,” reflecting both its food and social characteristics. Their traditional Bibimbap recipe allows everyone to conveniently bring authentic Korean flavors into their own home. Just add your favorite protein and veggies, and you have the perfect meal in a few steps!
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Alcapurrias
Often thought of as a beach food, alcapurrias are Puerto Rican fritters made with a deep-fried batter of green bananas, plantains, taro, potato, other starchy tubers, and stuffed with meat or seafood. This recipe uses yautia, plantains, and beef.This recipe is courtesy of The Food Network.
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Pumpkin Maccheroncini Recipe
This maccheroncini recipe from Nancy Harmon Jenkins’ and Sara Jenkins’ cookbook, The Four Seasons of Pasta, is made with fresh pumpkin, herbaceous sage, and garlic for a delicious fall pasta dish.Reprinted by arrangement with Avery Books, a member of Penguin Group (USA) LLC, A Penguin Random House Company. Copyright © Nancy Harmon Jenkins and Sara Jenkins, 2015.
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Thai food is really stepping out there for me, especially because I'm sick of my hamburgers-every-night-for-dinner routine. This was the first time I had ever tried duck, and I have to say it was amazing.    Recipe from Sizzling Skillets and Other One-Pot Wonders by Emeril Lagasse.
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Try this elegant and rustic appetizer that’s sure to impress guests. The oysters are served atop a bed of creamy beans with a fresh green bean pesto.
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Jajangmyeon (Noodles in Black Bean Sauce)
This might be the most popular noodle dish in Korea. I don't know what it is, but there is something about these black noodles that everyone loves, young and old alike. Parents often take their kids out for jajangmyeon on special occasions, such as graduation, last day of school, birthdays, etc. As such, it is a dish that is deeply embedded in most Koreans' childhood memories. If you have the Korean black bean paste called chunjang, this dish is very easy to make at home. The black bean paste is first fried in oil. This process helps remove the bitter taste of the bean paste. The fried (or roasted) black bean paste is called jjajang. You can buy either one from most Korean markets. A little bit of sugar is important to balance out the bitterness and saltiness of the black bean paste. Pork is the classic option for the meat, but of course you can substitute it with any meat or seafood.
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Curry Udon
There's nothing like a bowl of udon noodles in hot soup to bring comfort in cold weather. This one is flavored with blocks of readymade Japanese curry, soy sauce, and scallions. Sure, you could just go out and get some Curry Udon, but once you try this recipe, you'll see how easy it is just to make it at home.
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Easy Stir Fry
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internetnut
I have not tried this recipe. I'm posting this recipe for safe keeping. I got this recipe from Woman's Day magazine. 4 sauces that give you a world of flavor. Make a sauce, then pick a protein, veggie, finishing touch, and a side (all but sauces listed in the directions).
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anon-nt9m0bju1nk1@base.google.com (Recipe Binder)
Quick and easy stir-fry which is completely great! (Although sometimes it tastes a little bit salty, but I think that is from the soy sauce and the green peppers.)
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