What’s for Dinner? Try a Quick Stir-Fry Recipe

For an easy meal try one of these healthy recipes.

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    Pad Thai Noodles With Chicken

    Stir-frying is a super-quick cooking method that seals in all the flavors of the ingredients. Here, tender chicken and lightly scrambled eggs are cooked with chili, fish sauce and lots of garlic.

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    Orange Beef Stir-Fry With Broccoli and Peppers

    Flank steak is a low-fat source of protein. This super-fast stir fry is perfect for any night of the week.

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    Thai Coconut Rice With Lime and Coriander Prawns

    Delicately flavored Thai rice goes perfectly with tiger prawns, coriander and chili for this fast, exotic dish.

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    Orange Turkey Sauté

    Turkey isn't traditionally used in stir-fry recipes, but it is a delicious, low-fat choice. Give the Orange Turkey Sauté recipe a try and taste for yourself.

    Hoisin-Glazed Salmon With Stir-Fried Bok Choy

    This sophisticated yet easy dinner combines nature’s best source of omega-3 fatty acids with bok choy, a fiber-rich cancer-fighting member of the cabbage family. Hoisin sauce makes the perfect base for a full-flavored glaze.

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    Almond Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry

    This delicious recipe of chicken, vegetables and crunchy almonds calls for chicken thighs, which are much cheaper than chicken breasts.

    Give the Almond Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry recipe a try.

    Lamb with Zucchini and Ginger

    The addition of chunky potato sticks and a generous amount of green vegetables turns a lean lamb stir-fry into a simple but delicious meal, served straight from the wok.

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    Thai-Style Stir-Fried Beef With Mango

    This recipe’s dressing is completely oil-free, so although both the beef and nuts contain fat and the beef is stir-fried in a little oil, the dish is still light on the fat front. Also, no extra salt is needed because of the spicy dressing and saltiness of soy sauce.

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    Your Comments

    • Ddgibbs11

      Eight more pages?  Nope.  It isn’t worth the time.  Not going to mail it to my kids and waste their time, either.
      I bet it would all fit on one or, at most, two pages.