Our Favourite Vegan Stir Fry Recipes
If you know you’d like a quick and tasty stir fry for dinner but not sure where to ding the best recipe, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together our go-to recipes that offer something a little for every mood.
Top plant-based stir fry recipes
Sometimes you have the clearest cravings for dinner but it can be tricky to find just the right recipe – for just such times, we’re here to help. These are our tried and (very much) tested stir fry recipes.
If you’re after an irresistible vegan satay sauce with tonight’s stir fry, this recipe has to be the pick for you. We used tofu but you could use tempeh and whatever type of noodle you have on hand, soba, ramen, rice - go wild!
We love to use udon noodles in this recipe – they pair perfectly with the gingery, citrusy and flavour-packed sauce and toppings. Extra points because it takes just one pan and under thirty minutes to pull together.
For a taste of one of our favourite Cantonese sauces, this recipe for hoisin aubergine stir fry is a real winner. It’s sticky, salty and sweet with every bite.
We’re bringing back the heat with this next offering – it’s a Thai-inspired bowl of spicy, fresh and deeply flavourful dinner.
We hype up this recipe so often because everyone who has tried it so far just loves it. It comes together in around 25 minutes so it might just fall into your weekly menu!
This Filipino-style rice noodle stir fry is a staple for any gathering. It’s made with springy light noodles, coated in lemon-soy sauce and topped with crunchy refreshing vegetables, get ready to be impressed.
For a dinner packed full of umami flavour and protein-rich ingredients, this dish is what you’ve been searching for. We love ours with a side of rice, steamed vegetables and plenty of chilli oil!
All that’s left to do is pick which recipe you’d like to try first! Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
by Fabian Jackson
Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.