If you're in the mood for stir fry, you've sure come to the right place. We've pulled together all of our best vegan stir fry recipes from the years, to bring you this list of the tastiest veggie stir fry recipes on the web!
Ingredients and seasonings in this Anise-Flavored Eggplant Stir-Fry recipe straddle Asian and Italian cuisines, combining eggplant with anise-flavored fennel. Serve it with rice and some green veggies, simply prepared (greens, broccoli, or broccoli rabe), and a fresh salad augmented with chickpeas.
Triple Jade Stir-Fry is inspired by the dish of the same name served in western Chinese restaurants. “Triple Jade” refers to the three green veggies used — green beans, broccoli, and zucchini. Serve over hot cooked rice or noodles, or on its own.
This very green stir-fry, inspired by the dish of the same name served in western Chinese restaurants, is especially good to make when slender green beans are in season. “Triple Jade” refers to the three green veggies used — green beans, broccoli, and zucchini. Serve over hot cooked rice or noodles, or on its own.
It’s inspired by General Tso’s Tofu, but dispenses with the cornstarch-battered, deep-fried tofu.This version, with pan-sautéed tofu, plenty of broccoli, and a savory, sweet, and spicy sauce even more appealing. It’s easy and fast, too — a stress-free way to start your week.
Who doesn’t love quinoa? I particularly love the red version – you can combine red, black and white for a wonderful look. Such a wonderful ancient seed – It’s a complete protein and contains more than other grains.
This simple seitan stir-fry is great choice for hearty appetites, and a warming dish for nippy evenings. Lots of red onion adds great flavor, and the mushrooms bolster the "meaty" quality of the seitan.
Serve this over hot cooked brown rice or Asian noodles, along with a simple slaw-type salad or a mixed greens salad with orange sections and toasted almond slices. For protein, choose your favorite simple tofu, tempeh, or seitan preparation to serve alongside or atop this dish.
It’s not as difficult as it sounds to get lots of color into your meal. Some days I find my meals have more than 4 colors (such as the stir-fry recipe which actually has 7!). Choose red onions (which are actually purple) instead of white, throw some purple cabbage onto your salad, add some shredded carrot to your stir-fry.
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.
Since the season for really good fresh green beans is quite short, you can make this any other time of year using frozen organic whole green beans. Either way, this tasty and simple side dish is addictive! it’s great with tofu, seitan, or noodle dishes.
This sweet-and-sour stir-fry, featuring high-protein seitan or tempeh along with colorful vegetables and pineapple, has several steps but can be made easily and at a leisurely pace. Best of all, it results in a delicious and nourishing meal.
Quick, and colorful, this stir-fried bok choy dish gets an extra rich flavor from lots of cashews and ginger. You can also use extra-virgin coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, or sesame oil for this delicious vegan and gluten-free side dish.
This easy stir-fry is a good way to use lettuce, whether excess or not. It’s best to use crisp lettuce like romaine for this. The leaves become slightly tender and the midribs stay nice and crisp when prepared this way.
The trick to this pretty stir-fry is to stop the stir-fry process just shy of when you think you need to, so that both the cabbage and kale retain their bright colors. You can add a small amount of another vegetable or two to this simple vegetable combination.
No matter what time of year, it seems like my family can’t get enough of broccoli, a favorite green veggie. Red pepper flakes—to your personal taste—give the dish a spark of heat in this speedy preparation.
This vegan Udon Noodle Stir Fry is fast, fresh, and packed full of flavor. You can make it with just about any combination of fresh, seasonal vegetables and vegan udon noodles. It’s quickly become a go-to weeknight dinner for us!
This vegan stir-fry is packed with flavor from a medley of delicious veggies and a simple, homemade stir-fry sauce. And the best part? It cooks up in just 20 minutes! Serve it over riced cauliflower for an easy plant-based meal you can feel great about.
This vegetable and soba noodle stir fry is made with chewy, buckwheat soba noodles made from sweet potato and buckwheat. It’s packed with veggies – strips of eggplant, green beans, bok choy, and red bell peppers, as well and stir fried tofu and drenched in a spicy peanut sauce!
Buckwheat Stir Fry with Kale, Peppers & Artichokes — Buckwheat takes the same 15 minutes to cook, is gluten free and with mind blowing nutritional properties just like quinoa. Very similar high protein and fiber numbers.
Stir Fry Broccoli and rice is one of my favourite broccoli dish among other stir fry recipes. Stir Fry Broccoli is packed of so much flavor that everyone will forget how healthy it is and also full of veggies. It is vegan, gluten-free, loaded with healthy vegetables, protein and coated with flavored sauces.
This quick and crazy easy meal is not only delicious, but can also be whipped up in fifteen minutes. Carrots and tofu are diced, and cooked with a light and mildly sweet ginger sauce – the perfect meal for when the idea of cooking dinner seems like an impossible task. It’s fast, easy and super delicious. Enjoy!
Inspired by a Sichuan dish, this stir-fry pairs sweet asparagus and radishes with sour black vinegar, spicy peppers and fragrant spices. A very quick and easy dish that can be served as main with rice, or as a side in a multi-course meal.
These shiitake tofu lettuce cups are oozing with Asian flavor. Its a savory sweet, with umami up the ying-yang, and a little crunch from the carrots and sesame seeds. The lettuce keeps it super fresh and easy to serve.