7 Stir-Fry Combinations You Won't Be Able to Resist ...

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Stir-fry is so easy to make and you can switch up your stir-fry combinations to create new and delicious meals that will make you glad it’s time to eat dinner.

I love to make stir-fry and I love to eat it for lunch the next day even more.

It’s an easy way to build some healthy lean protein and vegetables into your diet.

I typically serve stir-fry with steamed rice, but it also tastes great with chow mein noodles.

With so many stir-fry combinations to choose from, you might have trouble choosing which one to eat first.

1. Chicken and Bok Choy

Chicken and Bok Choy

Bok choy is in the cabbage family and is one of those vegetables that I think taste better cooked than raw.

It offers a slightly sweet flavor and crisp texture to stir-fry.

Combined with chicken, it is one of my favorite stir-fry combinations.

Simply slice the chicken into strips and cook it in a wok over medium-high heat in a bit of sesame or canola oil.

When it’s almost cooked, add sliced bok choy, soy sauce and freshly minced garlic.

2. Beef with Snow Peas

Beef with Snow Peas

Beef and snow peas complement each other really well, making them an ideal duo for stir-fry.

I like thinly sliced beef because it cooks faster, but you can also keep it from overcooking.

Add the snow peas and the beef to a hot wok at the same time since both cook at about the same rate.2

Season the mixture with a bit of teriyaki sauce and a sprinkling of crushed red pepper flakes and sesame seeds.

3. Beef with Korean Vegetables

Beef with Korean Vegetables

If you like beef stir-fry as much as I do, you won’t want to give it up.

You can mix and match the vegetables you add so it tastes a little different each time you make it.

Try bean sprouts and spinach one night and rice noodles with garlic another night for a great Korean flavor you’ll love.

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