Easy Vegetable Stir-Fry



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Heat the oil in a wok or large skillet over high heat. Add the garlic and stir fry for 15 seconds or until the garlic starts to turn light brown. Do not let it burn. Add the stir-fry vegetables and fresh mushrooms to the wok and stir fry until the vegetables are heated through, 3-5 minutes. Add the teriyaki mixture to the vegetables.

Heat a wok on a high heat and add the sunflower oil. Add the spring onions, garlic, ginger and stir-fry for 1 minute, then reduce the heat. Take care to not brown the vegetables.

In a wok or large skillet, heat canola oil over high heat until almost smoking. Add the peppers and onion while stirring constantly. While continuing to stir.

Stir the broth, cornstarch and soy sauce in a small bowl until the mixture is smooth. Step 2 Heat the oil in a 10-inch skillet over medium-high heat. Add the vegetables, ginger root and garlic and stir-fry. Quick Tofu Stir-Fry Crumbled tofu, frozen vegetables, and black bean sauce create a fast and easy dinner or lunch.

Serve with rice or noodles for a complete meal. In a large non-stick skillet or wok, over medium heat, heat the oil. Add the vegetable and stir fry about 3 minutes or until vegetables are crisp-tender.

Add the butter, garlic, ginger and cook until fragrant. In a small bowl, combine all the ingredients for the stir fry sauce. A variety of vegetables will not only make for a more colorful stir-fry (let’s be honest — it feels like a little victory when dinner looks good too), but also change up the texture, which makes dinner more interesting.

This version uses a combination of. Slice all the vegetables thinly, crush the garlic and grate the ginger. Spray the oil in to a large pan and gently heat.

Add in all the ingredients apart from the soy sauce and hoisin. Gently cook the vegetables for 5. This vegetable stir fry is a blend of colorful veggies cooked in a sweet and savory honey garlic sauce. An easy side dish or main course that’s light, fresh and totally delicious!

Serve your veggie stir fry over rice for a complete meal. Easy Vegetable Stir Fry. January 14, 2019 at 3:00 am. | No Comments I feel like my family is sick of cooked carrots or microwaved canned corn.

I came across this recipe for an Easy Vegetable Stir Fry, switched it up according to my family’s liking, and had ourselves a brand new and delicious side dish.

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Add the oil and swirl it around the edges, then tip in the red pepper, green beans, baby corn and garlic and stir-fry for 3–4 minutes, until the vegetables are tender, sprinkling over a tablespoon of water if the mixture is getting too dry.

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Add the bell pepper, carrots, water chestnuts, bamboo shoots, and broccoli, and continue to stir-fry until the broccoli is wilted but still crunchy, for about 5 minutes.

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Heat sesame oil in a wok or large skillet over medium-high heat; add scallions, bok choy, red bell pepper, carrots, and mushroom; stir-fry vegetables 3–4 minutes until crisp tender.

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Stir-fry for 4 to 5 minutes, adding water 1 to 2 tablespoons at a time to keep the vegetables from sticking.

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Stir-fry, pressing the vegetables into the pan sides, until the bottom and two-thirds up the pan sides turn black, 10 to 15 minutes.

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Add the cauliflower, spring onion and carrot to the wok and stir-fry for 2 minutes, then add the rice, peas, reserved vegetables and soy sauce and stir-fry for 2–3 minutes until heated through.

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When using this slow heating method of stir-frying, don’t cook the vegetables for too long (5 to 10 minutes will usually do), and you will find that the food is crisper and has more flavor.

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  • Ignore all the ignorant comments. I’m a corporate Executive Chef and you delivered a structured informative demonstration of how to make a very good dish plus I use to have a bull dog! Wonderfully weird! Good job. Can’t stand internet trolls

  • Love your video! I am so going to try this for my daughter and I to eat a healthier yummy lifestyle. And I love Ronda!!!!! Especially on WWE Monday night raw!!!

  • Yep, I just subscribed. THIS right here is the only recipe that could relieve my miserable pregnancy nausea. I guess that’s how you know it’s full of all the healthy stuff my body was needing ����

  • It’s a decision not necessarily a flavour thing it’s a life choice the flavours secondary I can live with shite shalow flavour if an animal is saved haliyoua. RIGHT.

  • Thank you so much! Your recipe has changed my life and I’ve been meal prepping. Didn’t realize stir-fry could be so easy and healthy (and tasty) to make!

  • I have always been constantly frustrated that I can’t stirred fried vegetables like my favorite Chinese food restaurant I am really terrible at it and even when I got to get Chinese food sometimes they are terrible at it to I hope this helps it’s strange that is so challenging

  • I am definitely sharing this with my 18 year old who’s out harvesting his own food at the orchard we work at, but who also struggles with cooking.

  • After watching this video I went to the shops, bought the stuff I needed, made it and it was great success!! At home everyone loved me xD Thank you so much!:)

  • Hi Chef! what about vegetables we are used to really cook a lot but gives back a lot of water, perfect examle would be cabbage, do you cook it fast as well and leave crunchy or do you cook it longer?

  • My son in law has a big,hairy dog in the house and hair everywhere.I never eat in his house.People with dogs have no common sense.

  • I am following this right now(with a glass of red)….I didnt think of “blanching” before. I have always put raw veg in to wok.THANKS SO MUCH

  • Hello Derek, im tracking my food with cronometer and alot of times i have over 2000% Vitamin K intake. Are there any Health risks by eating to much Vitamin K?

  • If you feel that you are pretty informed on this topicI’d love to hear your thoughts on Soy. I feel it’s definitely controversial in the vegan world and something I’ve gone back and forth about.

    Love your videos! That sauce looks BOMB ��

  • Great job I keep searching for a job stir fry recipe and final saw your I am going to try it now first time watching keep up the good work where do you get that little stove to buy what is the name of it

  • So I think most Americans mean the brown “spicey garlic sauce” so common in Chinese restaurants when they say “garlic sauce”. this is more of a white garlic sauce or even veggie garlic stir fry. No doubt healthy and tasty, but I think most folks looking or asking for “garlic sauce” mean the brown mother sauce for Chinese restaurants spiked with garlic and chili peppers. (usually with chicken stock, soy sauce (dark or light or both sometimes), oyster sauce, rice wine vinegar and Chinese rice cooking wine, etc…)

  • Thanks for sharing procedure for stir frying vegetables. Now i can improve my procedure in cooking like how you show in your video. Hope to learn more from you. God bless

  • can I substitute the chicken in this for something like tofu or even better some tempeh, and will it still taste ok using the sauce provided?

  • I fuckin love this guy’s energy so much LMAO. The giant bell pepper bottom, the sticker, and the damn smoke alarm going off. Finally a relatable fuckin cooking video on YouTube

  • You guys took 6 minutes to do a 1 minute demo on how to stir fry vegetables… AND you had a dog in the kitchen near the food you were about to prepare???
    DEFINITELY not the way to get folks to subscribe.

  • gr8 tips!! have a question thogh. #AAM i think you have talked about this before but couldn’t find it sry:) but is Teflon pans toxic i have the classic Jamie Oliver tefal pan and its super good for stir fry with water, i never have a stucked veggie but im all in it for the health. gr8 channel best regards from denmark!!!

  • Thank you kindly for this quick vegetables and garlic stir fry. �� I have just made Shandong Crispy Skin chicken and I wanted a veggie mix to compliment the chicken and this is perfect. ����☺️������

  • Kudos to “The Kale Sandwich Show”! It’s very informative. Guys, check also our easy to make Broccoli with Shrimps (of course asian style).

  • Thank you chef! I’ve always been wondering how you guys get your vegetable so green and crunchy. Now I have to try this method,I love how you explain every thing so plain and simple.

  • Im looking for the brown sause resipe. Both the restraunts i go to have. Ive been majing veggy stri fry for a hundred years but cant seen to replacate that taste

  • Very simple, detailed, and complete even for newbies like me. I’m getting the veggies tomorrow and give this a try for dinner. Thanks!

  • wats wid d Overtalking??only Ysp,yap, yap, v little cooking.
    & why bring a dog to d table top where u gng to cook? everyone dont like dogs.����

  • Hi Maile! Thank you very much for this recipe, my husband is vegetarian and he loves this food garlic, tofu, vegie food. I can’t wait to cook ist myself but if i have no wok can i cook this in any pan? My stove is electric, i don’t even know if i can use at all a wok on it. Thank you very much and waiting for your answer! ��

  • Thank you for your very simple approach or procedure in cooking veggies show us some more recipes in cooking vegies with meat pork chicken beef lamb fish and prawns

  • It would have been helpful if you gave actual quantities, rather than saying, “…some oyster sauce, some soy sauce, and some sugar”.

  • Love your vids! However! You could increase the sound quality really easy with a couple of DIY sound panels. Take a look at another favorite for some tips �� https://youtu.be/pABvTWSxOes

  • i would use real meat, no plant seed oil but healthy animal fat or coconut, palm or avocado oil, chilli after the meat together with the garlic and maybe less or no sugar. maybe 2cl of whiskey

  • I love it you just you make it simple for dummy cook like me by placing all the veggies all at once. It’s hard for beginner cook to understand timing. Question. I am a vegan what can you substitute for oysters sauce

  • Hello Maile from the UK.. I was fortunate enough to visit Hawaii a couple of times loved the islands
    And loved the food, vegetables my favourite, this one is simple and looks tasty and wooo the chillies
    Yummy sure going to make this……thank you

  • Priscilla is so so cute!!!! Seriously animals are like sucha a great addition to any family… they just have like the ability to light up the scene or ur mood by just being themselves!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • If I wanted to add rice noodles would you suggest cooking them separately then adding at the end with the sesame oil, or added uncooked when adding the stock?

  • how come my vegetables always come out so dry? i alwasy have to add water to the pan. but you didn’t add any water and it still looks very saucy

  • Sunflower oil has large amount of PUFAS (polyunsaturated fats). All fats have a temperature with which they oxidize (i.e. become unstable, go rancid, become toxic). For PUFAs that temperature is very low. PUFAS are highly unstable and are prone to oxidation. Oxidation lead to free radicals. Free radicals lead to cellular damage in your body that can manifest both internally in the form of damaged organs/glands and externally in the form of rapidly aging skin.

  • I’ve read comments about her make-up, clothes, music etc… This is just a video about how Maile cooks some effin veg.. How on earth is it okay to be a grown up and bully another grown up?? I watched her video and can figure out where I “think” I can improve, or learn (for sure)… Stop bullying people!!

  • I just made this!! So good!!! The sauce is seriously well balanced: not to salty, sweet, or acidic. I always had a hard time finding a good balance but instead I found your video!! Delicious, thank you!!

  • New subscriber here just met my goal on the ketogenic diet and now I’m ready to move on and come off of keto I’ve been Benj watching your videos thanks you do a great job����

  • Thank you for showing this. I am using soy curls marinated in a nice Asian spice sauce (made with coconut aminos). I also am making this for 10!!! WOW, never did that, but watching your show did help out alot, to see how and what veggies you used. G-d bless!

  • Very nice job. I’m thinking that with your talents you may have a future doing shows on TV. Ask a pro for some insight into that option.

  • I will try this today for my employer lunch…
    Thank you for sharing…
    But can you put the measure of both ingredients in making the sauce? ��

  • I was actually looking for a good stir fry video and lord and behold, I came across a beautiful angel that taught me how to cook stir fry vegetables. Thank Lord. You have answered my prayers in both departments. How to cook and a piece of eye candy to go along. There’s a God.

  • Just made it but used bok Chou, broccoli, mushrooms, peppers. Also used coconut aminos rather than brags liquid aminos. Came out really good

  • honestly the recipe is simple and looks delicious so i was thinking of subbing anyway but the sign off really sealed the deal for me”we love food and we’re kinda weird” i love that shit �� and also Priscilla ❤

  • Hey, thanks for making such a great quick video. I made this at home, and it was legit delicious. Videos like this help others to get healthy, and I love what you’re doing. Keep it up!

  • I try to cook it it. Really came out good. And my. Girl like it to. Very good food. Was Surprise that I cooked it and she liked it

  • Absolutely spot on! Used sesame oil instead of olive oil. Did a batch and a half and can’t believe how good this taste. My 2 yr years little boy absolutely ate this up! Wife loved it too. Many thanks for sharing this plus the tip on getting the sauce to thicken!

  • You’re the king ����������������

    btw I downloaded your app and it’s amazing, can you please add other sections like low sodium recipes, low fat recipes and diabetes friendly recipes ��

  • Great video overall…

    A few tips for you though.
    1) Crank up that heat. True stir fry uses very high heat. You want the chicken to get a brown sear.
    2) Cut the chicken into thin strips instead of chunks. This helps with searing and it cooks faster.
    3) Thicken the stir fry sauce separately otherwise you end up boiling the vegetables instead of stir frying them.

  • Madam, this seems to be a fantastic recipe. I was looking for one in the YouTube. All were complicated and unfriendly with Indian kitchen, but this one very simple and straightforward. Your narration in Hindi is so clear and expressive. Anyone with a little Hindi knowledge, like me, could follow, thanks to the names in the description box. Anyway I suggest some onscreen English subtitles, which would help a lot the other language subscribers of you. Thank you!

  • it is a very nice recipe. Aap pls sound ko mute mat kijiye. Sound is very important. I wanted to hear the sizzling sound of the vegetables:-)

  • I absolutely LOVE your cooking and your videos!!!! Thank you so much for sharing your delicious recipes. Our cooking styles totally match, I have stuff flying around all the time too and I just measure by feel. And your kitty is so adorable! Walks right through the picture like only a cat can do… <3

  • I didn’t have all the same veg in my fridge, so I used what I had carrots, red pepper, spring onions and mushrooms. I also added a little mix of dark and light soy sauce to the stir fry sauce during cooking. The best tasting stir fry veg I’ve ever managed. Thank you very much.

  • can i please get a link to your sauce recipe video like you said you already have. i looked tthru ur videos but i cant find it. thanks

  • I am so glad I found your channel! Your videos are quick, informative, and entertaining. And provide great ideas for vegan meals. Nailed it! Helpful hint. Place a damp dish cloth under your cutting board and it won’t slide around. Thank you for your work!

  • 10 TIPS:

    1) Start with a clean work space

    2) Prepare things first

    3) Chop veggies fairly small (throw in the pan harder veggies like carrots first)

    4) A higher protein source (optional) Tofu, tempeh, beans or lentils.

    5) Cook onion, garlic and spices using low heat

    6) Add a little water to prevent food from sticking to the pan

    7) Cook the rest of the veggies mediumhigh heat (throw in the pan harder veggies like carrots first)

    8) Stir often

    9) Serve on a bed of whole grains and beans

    10) Add garnishes to taste (guacamole, hot sauce, etc)

    Thank you Derek, you are the best!

  • Hay Derek have you done blood work on the vegan diet, I’ve switched over to vegan and did my blood test and my testosterone was really low it be cool to see what your levels are,loving the channel bro ��

  • Just found the channel. Was worried you’d say things like, “make sure to use oil, chicken is lean meat, etc,” but so glad I don’t have to worry about veganizing anything!

  • Tips for chopping carrots? I can’t cut them without them flinging across my kitchen. �� I have no idea how to chop veggies efficiently. It takes so long to cut just a few and then I am so over being hungry and end up not cooking.

  • I’m a new subscriber! I have recently been trying vegan recipes (slowly converting) and have binge watched your channel ��, any suggestions on great cheese alternatives?

  • Hello Derek,
    I wanna say that I not vegan but really love and enjoy eating and cooking vegan and also this stir fry looks so good that I have to make one. Thanks for inspiration

  • Or add a lo change it up a bit by tossing the wok hei veggies and garlic in warm veg broth with no corn starch and that makes the typical Thai veggie soup, ya?

  • I have to say, you are so enjoyable to listen to. You have a very sweet and happy attitude that adds to the flavor of your dish too!

  • I make pickle hummus for my kids sandwiches for school, but it turns out it is amazing on potatoes, chilli, dip and can be the base for a salad dressing. I put on stir fry and it’s really good but I haven’t mastered the stir fry thing I will have to try your dressing mixed with my hummus and see what’s I eat lol. Thanks ��

  • Some oil is not going to hurt your health…it’s what makes it a stir FRY! I CAN ONLY IMAGINE your tempeh not being crispy at all. Yuck. Overall good video!

  • Blanching! So THATS the step I’ve been missing! Gonna make a shrimp/broccoli stirfry tonight for my bfs parents, gonna use a sesame ginger sauce, super stoked!

  • One of the most helpful aspects of your channel was definitely seeing you do all that meal prep and realizing that you were eating way more vegetables than I was and I was eating way more white rice than you were. it made me start thinking about how to get better results and why eating so much white rice wasn’t necessarily the best move based on my goals. I still eat white rice, sometimes lots of it but now I eat a lot more vegetables. Ivan B another great YouTuber also helped me in this same way. Seeing people eat more vegetables than you is almost like a challenge to come up to their level.

  • I have never seen your show before. Have no context. But I knew before I even saw her that Priscilla was a bulldog. I could tell by the sound of her walking. She’s too cute.

  • This is my favorite thing to eat… Simple vegetable stir-fry in garlic white sauce with some white rice with green onion and sesame seeds sprinkled on top… Or, just simple vegetable spring rolls (vegan style, of course) with white rice… That is comfort food to me!

  • dude derek hey when adding the water while stir frying…splashing in acv will REALLY help bring out some delicious tangy flavor in the veggies. i pretty much have replaced oil with vinegar and water…good stuff

  • I stir fry all my veggies on same heat including onions and garlic imo still taste real good. But I’ll keep that in mind to low heat the garlic and onions with spices. Ty again!