I should be practicing yoga and exploring Marrakech right now you might be able to catch a glimpse on Instagram stories. I can ship rugs over, right? For now, I can offer you a vibrant springtime stir-fry that is both warming and fresh. If you missed any of them, be sure to check out my sweet potato and black bean tostadas , broccoli, cheddar and spinach frittata , and roasted mushrooms with herbed quinoa.
You can also catch this recipe on their blog. Be sure to visit Hello, Healthy for recipes, cooking videos and resources on how to live a healthy life. This vegetable stir-fry recipe comes together in no time! To turn this side dish into a complete meal, serve it with brown rice and your choice of protein. Make it gluten free: Use gluten-free reduced-sodium tamari instead of regular soy sauce. Make it vegan: Use maple syrup instead of honey. Opinions are my own, always.
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Maybe not enough corn starch? It kind of destroyed my non stick pan tho. This Week We're Loving. Shopping List. Thank you so much!
Good for you for getting away!!! Morocco looks absolutely bewitching. Just had some young chefs girls around to one of our cookery classes. Thank you, Patricia! Thus far, Marrakech has been absolutely sublime. You are so lucky to call this beautiful place home. Thank you for adding me. Your recipes sound delish. Enjoy Morocco!!! I visited last year, also for a yoga retreat, and it is magical. I hope you hike up into the Atlas Mountains.
Thank you, Dani! I did bring a rug back, though! It definitely captures the spirit of spring. Hey Kate, get the rug! I also only packed a carry-on, so was able to bring the rug with me on the plane as a checked bag. I folded it into a square, and then had it shrink-wrapped in plastic at the airport.
Weighed 13 kg and was within the size limits in its folded form. Thank you, Deepthi!
I did get a rug, and I did something similar with mine—I had quite a trek ahead of me when I bought it, so I found a big rolling duffel bag for it! Hello Kate, the link to Hello, Healty is not working correctly. Maybe you can take a look at it. Btw tanks for all those lovely recipes. Oh good gracious, it certainly was not. Thank you for letting me know. I just replaced it with a correct link, no idea what went wrong there. This looks great! Do you happen to have a section for freezer-friendly meals? Kate hi and regards from Cyprus.
I made the stir fry today and it was so delicious it finished before I got the chance to take a picture of it. My husband and daughters loved it. Thanks so much. A delicious and easy dinner! My whole family loved it. I made it with brown rice and Quorn chicken and it was perfect.
Quite enjoyed this! Made the veggie stir fry a couple of nights ago—absolutely fantastic! My wife and I loved it, especially the sauce.
I added a single head of baby bok choy as well. You might actually make me a vegetarian! That may have been my plan all along. Made this with your crispy tofu recipe and included some fresh spring peas that I picked up at Aldi served over basmati brown rice. It will be included in our regular rotation-Thank you! Just wanted to let you know that I made this for lunch today—super fast and really delicious! I had it over brown rice. This was simple and easy to make.
By far the favorite in our house, but this was well-liked too! Made this tonight and loved it — paired perfectly with some baked cedar smoked salmon!! Thanks, Jenna! This dish is amazing! The sauce has particularly delicious flavor and spice with the ginger and crushed red pepper!! Easy to enjoy being healthy with this one and several other recipes of yours that I have tried!
It makes such a big difference with flavor.
I thought I had already rated this receipe, but this is going to be my go to receipe for stir-fries! It is so yummy! I used it as a main dish so I increased the amounts. Love the ginger in the recipe, really good flavors. Thanks Kate. This was really good. We made it just like the recipe but used ground ginger. The flavor was great used honey , veggies were done just right n tasted great. We fried two eggs, chopped them up, and served it all over brown rice.
It kind of destroyed my non stick pan tho. Maybe from the high heat. Thats the only bad part. Oof, sorry about your pan, Jeff! I find a wok or a cast iron skillet works best for this type of high-heat stir-fry. And so simple to make. This worked beautifully for me! I substituted based on what I had: red pepper, asparagus, and edamame. Really nice with a sprinkle of scallions and sesame seeds on top too! The Spring Veggie Stir-Fry is one of my new favorite go-to recipes. Thank you Kate! Quick, easy and delicious. This recipe is just one of the many I have tried and continue to make from cookieandkate.
And I am excited to say I received my copy of the new cook book! Loving it! So delicious! I served over brown basmati rice with scrambled eggs. Sounds delicious, Mary. This is soooo good! I have already made this a couple of times. My husband and I absolutely love it. Why go out when you can eat this yummy and healthy food at home. Thank you so much for this recipe!
Love this stir-fry! I have made it several times now, all with different vegetables, and it has turned out great every time. So delicious and full of flavor. The perfect sauce! Comes together easily and without fail. I served over brown basmati rice with scrambled eggs. Sounds delicious, Mary. This is soooo good! I have already made this a couple of times. My husband and I absolutely love it. Why go out when you can eat this yummy and healthy food at home. Thank you so much for this recipe! Love this stir-fry!
I have made it several times now, all with different vegetables, and it has turned out great every time. So delicious and full of flavor.
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The perfect sauce! Comes together easily and without fail. I have now adopted your recipe as my go to stir fry. Thank you for the nice addition! Very tasty and simple! I had all the ingredients on hand and there is just enough sweet that makes me forget it is so healthy. I totally give this 5 stars, I had to leave out the onions for one family member but added mushrooms and tofu instead, it was amazing! I have made it twice now to rave reviews.
Thank you for this wonderful recipe! Hubs and I loved this! We doubled the sauce seriously, this sauce is amazing and added udon noodles and your crispy baked tofu recipe, and it was the perfect amount for 2 nights of dinners and a work lunch too. This was delicious. The sauce was key. I used different vegetables green beans and sweet peppers other than the red onion and it still tasted great.
Thank you for sharing. Kate- this was absolutely delicious! Made it tonight after searching online for the perfect vegetarian stir fry for me. This one was it!!! I will defiantly be making this over and over again. Thank you so much! My stir fry came out perfectly! I added broccoli, carrots, green beans, mushrooms and onions. This will be on heavy rotation at our house. Hi Kate, If you make a bit extra of the sauce, how long can you keep it in the fridge for??
Tried this and is delicious! Great for a week night when pressed for time or the weekend as an additional dish. Thank you for a great recipe! I loved this.
I doubled the sauce and stirred in cooked linguini at the end. I also used sugar snap peas in place of asparagus. Lol ty! Great stir fried, I love vegetables,your recipes are fun and delicious to cook, this one is excellent. Thanks for sharing, keep up the good work. This recipe was so easy to make. I just bought my veges all ready cut up for stir-fry, added some asparagus and chicken for a main dish.
I will make it again. Thank you. I thought this was a great recipe. Made it for my kids and they loved it! You are a great resource! Thank you!! We really liked this. It seemed like a good vehicle for a crisper clean-out so to the recipe I added sliced cabbage and I used some chopped cucumber as garnish. It ended up resembling a favorite grain bowl from a local New Mexico restaurant, the Flying Star.
My husband and I are big fans of yours. Cookie and Kate receives commissions on purchases made through our links to retailers. All rights reserved. Our cookbook, Love Real Food, is here! Instructions In a liquid measuring cup, combine the soy sauce, honey, cornstarch, ginger, garlic and red pepper flakes. Whisk until blended and set aside.
Warm the oil over medium heat until shimmering. Add the onion and carrots and a pinch of salt. Raise the heat to medium-high and cook, stirring every 30 seconds or so, until the onions have softened, about 4 to 5 minutes. If at any point you catch a whiff of something burning while making this stir-fry, dial back the heat a bit. Add the asparagus and cook, stirring every 30 seconds, until the carrots are starting to caramelize on the edges and are easily pierced by a fork, about 3 minutes.
Pour in the prepared sauce and cook, while stirring constantly, until the sauce has thickened to your liking, about 30 to 60 seconds. Remove from heat and serve as a side dish as-is, or turn it into a main dish by serving it with rice, fried eggs or tofu. Notes Make it gluten free: Use gluten-free reduced-sodium tamari instead of regular soy sauce.
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Hope you enjoy Marrakech. Your blog is lovely. Belated thank you, Pia! I really appreciate it. THanks so much Kate! Looks delicious.
Hope you have a fabulous vacation in Morocco. Thanks so much, Elena! Oh I cant wait to try this!!! What a beautiful blog you are writing! A pleasure for the eyes and palate! Yes, this one comes together really quickly. ALDI for the win! So glad you enjoyed it, Angela. Thanks so much for your note. Sounds delicious, Malia.
I hope you get to try it with the asparagus, too. Thanks, Magda. This one is great for experimentation and using whatever you have on hand. Thanks for commenting! I like that! Sugar snap peas would be delicious and the chard! Thanks for sharing, Julia. So good! Another delicious recipe, my husband is loving my cooking since i discovered your website! Thank you, Rachael! I appreciate the review.
Thanks for letting me know how much you enjoyed this dish. Thank you for sharing, Naomi! I appreciate the comment and review. So damn good!!!!! Thanks so much for your review. It should keep ok for a few days. Thanks for the review, Sue!