10 recipes to Wok your world!

Fire up the wok and stir-fry your way to big, high-heat flavor. Whether you’re craving lo mein or fried rice, check out our favorites that are sure to wok your world.

The beauty of the wok is that you can use it for all sorts of techniques, but its real purpose in life is stir-frying.

1. Chicken and Broccoli stir fry

Try this takeout classic for dinner tonight. Here’s a tip: Marinate the meat while chopping the veggies. Can’t get Broccoli? Use cauliflowers instead!


2. Chicken Lo Mein

Chicken Lo Mein With Chewy Chinese Egg Noodles, Bean Sprouts, Chicken, Bell Peppers And Carrots In Under 30 Minutes Like Your Favorite Chinese Takeout Restaurant.


3. Wok Fired Okra Sambal

Serve up this vibrant okra for a simple dinner side dish.

4. Fried Rice with Sausage

Sausage fried rice is a savoury egg fried rice dish that’s quick and easy to make and can be on the table in less than half an hour.

5. Shrimp and Cabbage Stir fry

Being an Island nation, seafood recipes are so easy to make. And who’d say no to Shrimp?


6. Kung Pao Chicken

Instant Pot Kung Pao Chicken – the perfect easy pressure cooker recipe to curb that takeout craving for busy weeknights. Best of all, this popular favorite is made healthier with the same classic sweet & spicy flavors as your local Chinese restaurant.


7. General Tso’s Chicken

General Tso’s isn’t actually a stir-fry, but with cashew chicken and kung pao chicken on the list it felt wrong to leave it out. We keep the dish from being as cloying as it sometimes can be by balancing the sweetness of the sauce with dried red chilies and acidic rice vinegar.

8. Stir fried Beef With Broccoli

The dish is simple, and easy to make. You can use cauliflower or another crunchy vegetable you prefer that goes well with the dish.


9. Garlic Ginger Beef Stir fry

Stir-frying is all about cooking quickly, so it works well with thin cuts of meat. Skirt steak satisfies that requirement and has the added benefit of having a loose texture perfect for soaking up marinades. This stir-fry—which only takes half an hour including the marinating time—pairs the beef with snap peas, oyster sauce, chicken broth, sugar, sesame oil, and soy sauce.

10. Kung Pao Shrimp With Dried Chilies

This kung pao shrimp takes its cues from the intense Sichuan version of the stir-fry, not the mild takeout dish. Tip: You can swap out the shrimp for fish, like Tilapia.


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