Something Quick and Easy? Try Stir Fry
Stir fry is one of the staple cooking methods in most Asian cultures, particularly the Chinese.
The Chinese have so many types of stir fry: dry style, with runny or thick gravy. And the type of
gravy alone will give you a big range to choose from: garlic sauce, soya sauce based, black bean sauce,
sweet and sour, lemon sauce, and the list goes on. Stir fry dishes are often frying of meat
with vegetable as secondary ingredient or vice versa, or a mix of vegetables.
No matter what style or taste you're after, stir fry is a cooking method that involves very simple steps:
stir and browning the ingredients, add in the respective seasoning, then thickening the sauce as required.
And it's often done quick on medium to high heat so that the vegetable will end up crunchy than limp and wilted.
The best thing about stir fry dishes is that you can mix and match the main ingredients with the type of sauce base.
For example, you can have sweet and sour chicken instead of pork, or black bean sauce prawn instead of beef. It's
absolutely versatile and the choice is totally yours.
Stir Fry Meat/Seafood
- Broccoli Stir Fry In Oyster Sauce
- Beef Stir Fry in Black Bean Sauce
- Beef Stir Fry with Capsicum and Zucchini NEW!
- Chicken Stir Fry with Chinese Cabbage NEW!
- Chicken Stir Fry with Mixed Vegetable in Oyster Sauce
- Prawn and Asparagus Stir Fry in Rice Wine Sauce
- Sawi (Field Mustard Leaves) & Beef Stir Fry
Stir Fry Vegetable
- Kale and Mushroom Spicy Stir Fry with anchovy and dried shrimp
- Kale and Beef Stir fry in Black Bean Sauce
- Kale Stir Fry with Anchovy and Dried Shrimp
- Cassava Stir Fry in Spices
- Soya Mince Stir Fry With Brussel Sprout
- Sawi (Field Mustard Leaves) Stir Fry with Garlic NEW!
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