Easy Vegetable Stir Fries
After you cut each piece of cauliflower into tiny florets using a small, sharp paring knife, the rest of the recipe goes quickly. For a complete meal, serve with cooked brown rice and/or tofu, and a colorful salad. Recipe reprinted with permission from Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables * © 2012 by Cheryl Sternman Rule, photography by Paulette Phlipot. Reprinted by permission of Running Press, a member of the Perseus Book Group. more→
This easy vegetable stir-fry featuring broccoli and carrots, showcases seitan’s unique flavor and texture. Serve with hot cooked brown rice or Asian noodles, along with one of the many tasty options in A Slew of Slaws. more→
Serve this easy dish of tofu and broccoli in a prepared Thai peanut satay sauce over rice or bean-thread noodles, a simple coleslaw dressed in sesame-ginger dressing, and strips of red bell pepper and cherry tomatoes. Thai peanut satay sauce provides a bold flavor and is surprisingly low in calories. more→
Napa (sometimes spelled nappa) cabbage, a variety common to Asian cuisines, quickly becomes tasty and tender in a simple stir-fry with mushrooms. This is compatible with Asian rice, noodle, and tofu dishes. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→
This stir-fry of colorful bell peppers is an especially nice addition to summer meals, but you can make it any time of year. Use it as a side dish, toss it with pasta, or top a pizza with it. Recipe contributed by Susan Jane Cheney. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→
Tofu-filled ravioli are reminiscent of little dumplings in this veggie stir-fry. Using hoisin sauce to finish the dish adds a tasty glaze and just the right flavor kick to the mild ravioli.
This easy and colorful seitan stir-fry, embellished with broccoli, zucchini, bell pepper, and pineapple makes a delicious and nourishing meal served over rice or noodles. Complete the meal with one of VegKitchen’s many slaw-style salads. To vary this dish, you can substitute tofu for the seitan. Adapted from The Vegetarian Family Cookbook. Photos by Evan Atlas.
The simple vegetable duo of green beans and carrots makes a flavorful, colorful side dish for summer meals. The hint of Asian flavors — soy sauce and sesame (oil and seeds) makes it special. more→
Tender asparagus is a welcome sign of spring, and Thai seasonings — including lemongrass if you can find some — provide a wonderful way to enjoy them. Peel the lower part of the stalks before slicing if the skin is thick and tough. Photos by Evan Atlas. more→