Great recipes for stir fried noodles by themselves or mixed with pork, chicken, beef or vegetables.
This is a quick, easy, healthy meal of chicken and vegetables. My family asks for this meal at least once a week.
This is a lighter version of sweet and sour pork. The fresh flavours of the meat and vegetables really shine through.
This is a traditional beef stir fry from Korea where it is known ad Chap Chae, it is quick and easy to make with lots of vegetables and cellophane noodles.
Whilst my stir fries are traditionally more elaborate (with many more veggies, spices, herbs and citrus), I threw together this simpler version and it was downright wonderful. The secret is in the sweetness of the slightly caramelised onion, which balances the saltiness of the olive-brine-sautee'd mushrooms.
This is probably the most famous of all the Thai dishes to make it to Australia and although it is easy to buy I still like to make it myself from time to time.