A stir fry is an ideal quick and easy recipe for midweek meals. Our easy stir fries include the best chicken stir fry recipe, a quick beef stir fry, and plenty of vegetarian ideas. With stir fried rice or noodles, these easy-to-follow recipes will give you plenty of inspiration…
Check out our super simple ginger chicken stir fry recipe. This low calorie recipe is packed with plenty of punchy flavour and ready in under 30 minutes.
Inspired by a dish Erchen Chang had in a night market in Taipei, his speedy stir-fry makes a feature of beef marinated in honey, soy and oyster sauce.
This 10-minute beef and black bean stir-fry is the ideal midweek meal. It’s super speedy, under 300 calories, and packed full of flavour. It’s also great for when you want to be a bit healthier and ditch your usual take-away. Try one of our ten minute recipes for a speedy meal.
Make our protein-packed prawn stir-fry with sweet peppers for a quick and easy midweek meal.
Check out Hetty McKinnon’s punchy cumin tofu stir fry, inspired by the unique cuisine of Xi’an in central China, for a low-calorie dinner that’s 100% vegan.
Stir-fries are the best quick meals. Get all your ingredients ready and the cooking takes minutes – this recipe takes just 20 minutes. Healthy and vegetarian, it’s made with broccoli, peppers, ginger, garlic and udon noodles.
This stir-fried pork with spicy black bean sauce is low in calories and super easy to make. Ready in just 20 minutes, this dish is a great midweek meal.
Make your midweek chicken stir-fry so much more exciting by adding cashews, chilli and plenty of garlic to the mix.
Check out our easy veggie stir-fry with crispy tofu and crunchy broccoli. This simple recipe is packed with plenty of flavour, plus it’s high in protein too.
Check out our vegan stir fry recipe with exotic mushrooms, crunchy carrots and pak choi. This easy stir fry is ready in less than 30 minutes and under 400 calories.
Check out our szechuan chicken stir fry recipe. This low calorie dish is super easy to make and packed with flavour, a great midweek meal. Feel like chicken tonight? Try one of our quick and easy chicken recipes here.
No need to order from your local Chinese takeaway when you can rustle up this flavoursome beef stir fry in less than 30 minutes. This recipe is not only quick and easy to make, it’s also low in calories too. We have plenty more recipes for takeaway classics here.
Pork, noodles, mangetout: the three main ingredients for this quick and easy stir-fry. Spice it up with sweet chilli sauce to serve and tuck in for a fast midweek meal for two.
Recreate a Chinese takeaway at home, with the bonus of knowing exactly what’s in it! This healthy noodle dish has a sticky lemon, chilli and honey sauce with plenty of juicy chicken.
Quick, easy and healthy vegetarian stir-fry. Baby aubergines cook in minutes and soak up the flavour of mirin to make a fast and filling midweek meal. Serve with rice on the side. Here are our quick vegetarian recipes for inspiration.
You don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen to make something delicious. Using a few clever shortcuts from Tesco, this bang bang chilli prawn stir-fry is ready in just 20 minutes.
A fast and simple stir-fry. A quick-cook method for beef and cashew nuts, chives and a homemade stir-fry sauce. Serve with rice on the side.
A great Christmas week supper if you’ve had enough of the traditional meats and feel like you need some chilli! Really quick to throw together and the pork is delicious with the red chilli, ginger and mirin. Use your leftover kale to make one of our favourite kale recipes.
Tofu is a great Chinese vegetarian ingredient, and the sesame seeds and red chilli enliven this dish. According to the Chinese, the noodles give longevity, bonus!
Duck is easy to get right in this Asian stir fry with punchy ginger and pak choi. It’s easy to make and super healthy – under 300 calories and only takes 15 minutes.
Regional Chinese cuisines are slowly spreading across the UK, breaking the hold of Hong Kong style Cantonese cuisine. This recipe for stir-fried smacked cucumber is traditionally a beer snack, so you can serve it with drinks, or use it as a side dish.