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Stir Fry Recipes
Stir-fries are always popular because they’re quick, easy and tasty. This chicken stir-fry fits the bill and can be on the table in under 30 minutes.
Here is a tasty meal that can be cooked in less than 30 minutes. Succulent pork and crisp, tender vegetables cooked in a delicious Asian-inspired sauce. Delicious!
A quick and easy marinade is always a handy recipe to have with BBQ season on its way and this recipe also doubles as a stir-fry sauce. Spring, Summer or Winter this recipe will always taste great. Check out our tips for how to cook the perfect steaks.
So easy, so tasty, so just do it!
We’re always asked for stir-fry recipes because they’re quick and easy to make and taste great. Fantastic for those busy weekday meals when you’re in a rush to get a tasty meal on the table.
Take a turn towards the Japanese with this never-fail stir fry favourite. Mixing lean rump steak with traditional seasonings on a bed of soft udon noodles, it’s a winner whether you’re whipping it for yourself or the family.
Add some traditional tang to your next stir fry with a dash of Lea&Perrins. The unmistakeable taste of Worcestershire Sauce will surprise and delight with every bite.
Impress your family by serving up a seriously delicious Pad Thai. This combination of spice and tangy Thai flavours are perfect with chicken or seafood.
After tasting this delicious dish, the only thing they'll want to 'take away' is the recipe.
Orange, honey and Chinese five spice powder make a wonderful overnight marinade for pork slices… it’s steeping while you’re sleeping.
No need for Thai take-out! Impress your family with this healthy mid-week meal (with lots of veges and positively addictive peanut sauce!)
Bring the taste of the orient to your table with this Singaporean sensation.
Liven up your family’s dinnertime with this brilliantly flavoursome pork dish. Zesty chopped tomatoes and green capsicums are married with 100% New Zealand pork chops, dried apricots and Wattie’s Mediterranean Vegetable Roasters to produce a genuine crowd-pleaser.
Love Asian food but haven’t tried making it yourself? This tasty fried rice dish with succulent prawns, Asian sauces and a chilli kick is a great place to start.
Busy day and need something quick and tasty?Here’s the answer, it serves 2 but is easily doubled for 4 or more.
New Zealand lamb meets Indonesian satay sauce –do your bit for cross-cultural relations in the kitchen.
Wok-a-licious! Cooking with a wok is quick and easy. This recipes is a great way to get into the groove, combining lemon, ginger, chicken and vegetables together to create a sweet and sour taste sensation.
Sweet and sour is another one of those all-time favourites and this is a great way to enjoy fish. This recipe is easy enough to make using chicken or pork. Remember to drain the oil well after cooking the fish to keep the fat level down.
Sweet&Sour Pork Meatballs are simply delicious. The addition of a high fibre vegetable mix makes this quick, one-pan meal a very healthy pick!
In case you’ve forgotten how good this tastes, here’s a reminder – delicious chunks of pork in a spicy, ginger-garnished sweet and sour sauce.