When it comes to quick weeknight dinners, it’s hard to look past the humble stir-fry. Whether you like it packed full of tender lamb, grilled chicken or juicy prawns, we’ve got a recipe for you. You’ll also find options here for those following a meat-free diet, with dishes packed full of fresh vegies and fragrant Asian spices. Scroll through and see what appeals to you for dinner tonight. Time to get that wok fired up, and bowls at the ready!
A super fast and easy Asian-style prawn and noodle stir-fry that is great for busy evenings.
Feed the family with this fresh wholesome stir-fried eggplant, tofu and mushrooms – super quick and simple, and loaded with delicious Asian flavour!
Tossed with black beans and hot and fragrant spices, these fresh clams really shine as a meal starter or side with asian-inspired honey, soy and oyster sauce.
Light, fresh and tasty, this beautiful vegetarian pumpkin stir-fry is full of nutrients. Enjoy on the side of a dinner spread or on it’s own with some steamed rice.
Not for the faint-hearted.
Asian-style stir-fried beef with thin hokkien noodles from Australian Women’s Weekly.
Fragrant and spicy Thai beef and noodle stir-fry from Australian Women’s Weekly.
A super fast and easy stir-fried hoisin lamb and vegetables dish from Australian Women’s Weekly.
Chopped macadamias add crunch to this colourful, healthy stir-fry.
Mixed mushrooms add flavour, texture and complexity to this spicy beef and noodle stir-fry, as well as a welcome boost of important nutrients. Winning all round.
This quick stir-fry is all about the heat and the crunch. Accompanied with steamed rice, this recipe is an ideal mid-week dinner plan.
Packed full of texture, this mixed mushroom stir-fry is cooked in a fragrant Asian sauce to create a flavour-packed vegetarian dish in no time at all. Serve with steamed rice or on the side of your favourite meat dish for a complete meal.
Salmon can be replaced with ocean trout or tuna. Note
Enjoy this healthy, flavoursome and nourishing tofu and sugar snap pea stirfry for dinner with the family tonight!
Bean thread vermicelli is called win sen in Thailand and fun si in China. While it resembles rice vermicelli in appearance, it is tougher and can be quite hard. Soak the vermicelli only long enough to soften otherwise it will become stodgy or start to fragment. This is also a good vermicelli to deep-fry to […]
Satay originated in Indonesia, and today features prominently in Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese and African cuisines. This satay recipe is quick and deceptively simple, requiring few ingredients and minimal preparation and cooking time.
A fast stir-fry is always a winner!
A quick and easy stir-fry full of fresh vegetables that can be on the table in 30 minutes.