Stir fry meals are inherently healthy but these ones have been picked by our readers as being a healthier choice.
Thick tuna stakes are cubed then marinated in a honey lime fish sauce for an hour. They are stir fried with fresh tomato, spring onion and a diced red chilli.
This is a lighter version of sweet and sour pork. The fresh flavours of the meat and vegetables really shine through.
Soy sauce, oyster sauce, lime juice, garlic, ginger and basil provide a taste of Thailand.
Based on the braised tofu dishes you can get in Chinese restaurants this is a healthy homemade version that doesn’t require deep frying.
You will need lots of white rice to soak up the spiciness of this Szechuan style pork stir fry! You could also reduce the amount of chilli if you insist...
Jazz up brown rice with onion, parsley, basil and ginger. Substituting oil for the butter makes it vegan friendly.
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.
This is delicious and easy to make-chicken with garlic, chilli and basil cooked in a coconut milk based sauce. Make it as spicy as you like or keep it mild.
Snow peas and sliced mushrooms are tossed with sesame seeds and teriyaki sauce. Serve with tossed asian noodles or stir- fried beef or chicken strips.
For a starter to a lunch or dinner, simply increase the ingredients to suit the numbers allowing allow 5 asparagus spears per person.