Vegan cooking and Vegan stir fry recipes have a surprisingly low learning curve and provides a wealth of unanticipated benefits. Learning how to cook will help you save a ton of money, while most hobbies will drain your bank account. Vegan stir fry recipes prepared at home can save money compared to eating out or buying frozen food.
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Vegan stir fry recipes prepared at home are healthier and more delicious because they use fresher, better-quality ingredients. As your confidence in the kitchen grows, you might find that the time you spend there is both relaxing and meditative. After a long day, there’s nothing better than coming home to a simple task like starting rice or chopping vegetables.
The fundamentals of Vegan cooking are simple to learn. There are a lot of inexperienced cooks out there, and a lot of them don’t even know where to start. I will show you the ropes and make it seem like child’s play to prepare healthy Vegan stir fry recipes, satisfying Vegan fare.
25 Healthy Vegan Stir Fry Recipes
Wonderful Vegan stir fry recipes with noodles made in just 30 minutes for the perfect weeknight dinner! These easy sesame noodles have a homemade stir fry sauce and a boost of plant-based protein from chickpeas. Top with fresh herbs and roasted cashews for a beautiful meal you’ll make again and again.
The most important thing with Vegan chow mein is the sauce – the vegetables (or meat) is down to the individual. It’s such a versatile dish that as long as you’ve got the sauce nailed, you’ve got a tasty meal to come with these Vegan stir fry recipes.
This Vegan stir fry recipes took a lot of practice, and a lot of trial and error. But if we may say so, and in our humble opinion, nailed it we have. Exactly how you make your veggie chow mein is up to you. Carrot, onion and baby corn seem to be the most popular ingredients used (in the Western hemisphere at least), with spinach, broccoli, cabbage, bok choy and shiitake mushrooms as close runners up.
I am sharing one of my very favorite Vegan stir fry recipes today! It’s a clean-out-the-fridge, even-if you-can’t- cook-you-can-cook-this, HELP-me-so-hungry, easy, healthy dinner: Tofu Stir Fry! You can use any kind of vegetables you like, the “sauce” is only two ingredients, and the entire shebang is ready in less than 30.
This easy tofu Vegan stir fry recipes choice came about in one of those classic moves in which I tell myself I am cooking “just for fun!” and don’t need to worry about measurements or posting the recipe.
You’ve witnessed this here before. I make a recipe. We sit down to eat it. I fall madly in love and realize that I cannot in good faith go about the rest of my mortal existence without sharing the recipe with you.
These Vegan Singapore Noodles are delicious, filling and super quick to make! They are created from Chinese Vegan stir fry recipes that only needs a handful of ingredients, that you may already have in your pantry, or they can easily be found in the supermarket.
Plus it only takes 30 minutes so it’s really easy to make. Featuring firm tofu, curry powder and rice vermicelli noodles. It’s great served with sticky Szechuan tofu too.
Just like the takeaway dish – there are many different versions and names for Singapore noodles, like Singapore chow mein and mei fun. This Vegan stir fry recipes opion is a classic takeaway-style Singapore chow mein, made with rice vermicelli noodles, bell pepper, light soy and garlic.
Make Vegan stir fry recipes at home for dinner in less than 30 minutes from start to finish. Made with a mix of sliced veggies such as bell peppers, mushrooms, broccoli, snow peas, water chestnuts, and onions. Tossed in a homemade stir-fry sauce and served over warm rice. It’s so easy to make, quick, healthy, and full of flavor. The whole family will love this recipe!
It’s that time again: a weeknight when you need a quick, easy, nutritious dinner on the table and it needs to be there ASAP. You’re racking your brain about what kind of vegetarian recipe is going to feed your hungry family…and it comes to you…
The BEST Vegan stir fry recipes. Sauted vegetables smothered in a quick sweet and savory sauce. This one-pan veggie stir fry is delicious served as a main course or side with Fluffy White Rice.
Vegan stir fry recipes are a great option when you’re in the mood for Asian food but don’t want to order takeout. This is the recipe you want to have on hand for quick dinners, especially if you have vegetables you need to use. We used baby corn spears, mushrooms, red pepper and broccoli in this recipe, but you can use just about any vegetables.
Here are other vegetables that will work great in a vegetable stir fry: Onion (red or sweet), green beans, snow peas and asparagus.
This Vegan stir fry recipes I created for Pad Thai has the perfect combination of sweet, tangy & spicy flavors that’ll send your taste buds into overdrive. It’s so easy to make and it’ll be on your table in 30 minutes.
I use additional tamari sauce and vinegar to replace it. It doesn’t have the same complex flavor that fish sauce does, but it’s loaded with rich umami flavor and it’s delicious!
However, there is a Vegan fish sauce that’s on the market that I heard was pretty tasty. I haven’t found it at my local grocery stores yet, but I may buy it online to try it out.
The best easy homemade Vegan stir fry recipes. Make delicious takeout style vegetables in garlic sauce in your own kitchen! I love the rainbow of color and flavor and how easy it is to make!
No fancy ingredients are needed, just a bunch of fresh veggies and an easy 3 ingredient stir fry sauce. Stir fry veggies are a classic favorite. Whether you serve them alone or as a side dish, everyone will love these simple Vegan stir fry recipes!
This is a fool proof delicious recipe that honestly tastes just as good as takeout. Between this and Teriyaki Vegetables you can make all your favorites at home.
We packed as many crunchy veggies into this Vegan stir fry recipe as we could. There are no wrong vegetables for this dish! If you’ve got mushrooms, green beans, radish, or cabbage – toss it in! This recipe is a great way to use up any veggies you’ve got in the fridge.
Fragrant ginger, tender veggies and a creamy peanut stir fry sauce come together to make these delicious Vegan stir fry recipes. If you’re craving a satay stir fry takeout but want to opt for a healthier option, this is sure to hit the spot.
If you’ve been following us for a while now you might just remember this Peanut Butter Salad. It was one of our very first recipes, and we were very proud.
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This easy lightened-up Vegan Broccoli Cashew Stir-Fry makes a satisfying 30 minute weeknight meal! A healthy oil-free stir-fry with fresh flavors of garlic and ginger. (Gluten-free.)
The Cashew Broccoli Vegan stir fry recipes are so quick and easy! Plus filled with plant-based protein and fiber. Just 7 simple ingredients, and less than 30 minutes is all you need to prepare it.
The idea was to recreate a lightened-up, whole food, plant-based version of chicken and broccoli stir fry.
Using tender, crunchy cashews in place of chicken brings such wonderful texture and flavor.
Easy and full of flavor, this ramen noodle Vegan stir fry recipe is a 20 minute dinner you’re going to love. Keep it vegetarian or add your favorite protein for a simple recipe that’s perfect for meal prep.
If you’re at a loss for what you can do with ramen noodles besides make soup, you’ve come to the right place! This ramen stir fry is the perfect recipe to try when you’re hungry and just absolutely need to eat some right now. I’ve been there.This stir fry takes less than 30 minutes to throw together and is very easily customizable.
With pan fried vegetables, perfectly cooked noodles and a sweet, savory and spicy stir fry sauce. Hate broccoli? Carrots, bell peppers or mushrooms are also delicious in these Vegan stir fry recipes!
Fresh and spicy raw cauliflower “fried” rice made with chilli, lemongrass, lime and ginger. Vegan stir fry recipes ready in under 10 minutes! It has a very mild taste and will mix easily with other flavors, herbs and spices. Cauliflower rice has a light and slightly grainy texture. I love to use raw cauliflower rice as a substitute for cooked rice in dishes.
One of the joys of raw foods is that it can allow you to be very creative. You can use herbs and spices to recreate many of the flavors used in cooked dishes at home. If your body enjoys cruciferous vegetables then you may want to try this vegetable and cauliflower “stir fry”.
Calling all you Eggplant lovers out there! These are a flavor bomb you won’t want to miss – Spicy Chinese Eggplant with Szechuan Sauce -a tasty, easy Vegan stir fry recipes dish you can serve over rice, cauliflower rice, rice noodles, black rice or even quinoa! See 45-second video!
I picked up some eggplant at the farmers market the other day thinking I would make this baked Ratatoullie Recipe, but then somehow I got a hankering for something spicier. Oops, change of plans!
I remembered a dish we had in Shanghai a few years back, and dug up my old recipe notes. There it was in BOLD – Spicy Chinese Eggplant with Szechuan Sauce with a huge star and circle around it – a reminder to share it with you!
Everyone needs a few good, classic Vegan stir fry recipes in their back pocket for quick lunches and dinners, and I think this should be the one. Sounds like weird science, but this fermentation process makes nutrients more available to your body. Plus, tempeh is rich in prebiotics which have been known to promote gut health.
It comes together in just 30 minutes, uses up leftover grains and vegetables from the week, is rich in protein and fiber, and delivers big flavor. What’s not to love? Let me show you how easy it is to get this dish on the table.
Flavorful broccoli Vegan stir fry recipes choice with chickpeas and a delicious garlic ginger sauce! This Vegan weeknight dinner is easy to make in just one pan and it’s ready in about 25 minutes. The healthy takeout recipe is meat-free, gluten-free, low in fat, and very simple!
Most stir fry recipes contain either beef or chicken but not this garlic broccoli stir fry recipe. It’s a Vegan version which contains healthy plant-based protein from chickpeas! Why would you love this quick and easy broccoli stir fry?
Ask yourself. When was the last time you found any Vegan stir fry recipes for an incredible chop suey recipe? If you took more than 5 seconds to think about this, then you need to try this Vegan chop suey recipe now! It’s the ultimate healthy version of a traditional chop suey recipe.
However, this Vegan chop suey is completely friendly in terms of calories and uses honest and humble ingredients. I have a feeling that once you try this delicious Vegan chop suey, you’ll wish you found this Vegan stir fry recipe years ago. What’s even better, you can toss in your favorite vegetables and put your own spin on it.
Serve it sizzling hot straight out of the wok if you have one. Remember, to nail this recipe, it’s all about the seasoning!
This easy Pineapple Stir Fry features crisp veggies, sweet pineapple, and chewy baked tofu all smothered in a sweet, salty, sticky stir fry sauce. Dinner in under an hour!
I have been loving on baked tofu lately. It’s crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside. It can take on any flavors you choose. Last week I shared with you my Baked Tofu Tacos and this week I’m bringing you baked tofu in an Asian Vegan stir fry recipe – Pineapple Stir Fry w/ Baked Tofu.
I’ve got a delicious dish for you today – my Simple Tofu Green Bean Stir Fry. It’s easy to whip up in about 20 minutes and is a healthy meal the whole family will enjoy.
This simple Green Bean & Tofu Stir Fry is easy to make, healthy, and delicious. It’s Vegan, gluten-free, and ready in about 20 minutes! Now let’s get cooking!
Homemade Chinese-style Vegan stir fry recipe is easy to make, tastes way better than take-out, and is also far healthier! You can make this recipe in one skillet, in 20 minutes or less, and the minimal oil is optional! Vegan fast food in your home kitchen!
Traditional Chinese fried rice can sometimes include oyster sauce and often eggs. These simple Vegan stir fry recipes replaces the traditional egg with tofu scramble! Easy to make and packed with healthy soy protein!
The sweet and sour Vegan stir fry recipes have become a very well-known westernized Cantonese dish, which is especially popular when ordering take-out. It’s quick and easy to make, making it a great meal to enjoy on busy days.
I have to admit I’m a Asian food addict, I really love it! There are two Vegan stir fry recipes I prepare every week, this super easy Vegan fried rice and these Vegan stir fried Udon noodles.
This Vegan stir fry recipe is ready in only 15 minutes, it’s light, healthy, delectable and you’re gonna love it, I promise! Udon noodles are made with wheat flour and salt and tamari (or soy sauce) is very salty, so you don’t need to add any salt.
You can use your favorite veggies, I usually add the vegetables I have in my fridge. I use ground ginger because it lasts longer than the fresh variety, but if you prefer, you can use fresh ginger too, although you need to keep in mind fresh ginger tends to deliver a more intense flavor, so you need to add less.
This scrumptious tempeh stir-fry is made with juicy bell peppers, cashews, and a sweet and savory maple hoisin sauce. It’s loaded with flavor and cooks up lightning fast!
Vegan stir fry recipes are where it’s at when it comes to quick and easy Vegan dinners. While I’m a big fan of the classic tofu stir-fry, I have another favorite that’s actually simpler to make: tempeh stir-fry!
I make this brown rice Vegan stir fry recipe with vegetables every week. The Vegan stir fry recipes are life-changing and so simple. Add your favorite veggies or what’s in season. I’m always trying new recipes because I’m a food blogger, but there are some dishes I’m always making because they taste amazing, are easy to make and good for my health, like this brown rice stir-fry with vegetables.
Being Vegan is great, but sometimes it can be difficult to find healthy Vegan dishes when you eat at restaurants. There is an Asian place in my city that I love because it’s full of healthy food. You just have to choose your favorite ingredients and a sauce and they make you a wonderful meal.
This Quinoa Veggie Vegan stir fry recipe with Teriyaki Sauce is bursting with flavor, delicious fresh veggies and high protein for a healthy plant-based meal any day of the week! It is oil-free, gluten-free, quick and easy, too!
With high protein quinoa and crisp tender veggies combined with my homemade teriyaki sauce, you are in for one delicious, super healthy plant-based lunch or dinner! It is filling, yet light, so it won’t leave you feeling heavy!
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