Right from my very first recipe of vegan spaghetti bolognese, I have said that it’s often the simplest food that are the most delicious. A good vegan stir fry has been my go to for many years when in need of a quick fix of a load of delicious vegetables. Although it isn’t complicated, this recipe packs a real punch of flavour that’s worth the time it takes to pull together. Once you have everything chopped, you can have this vegan stir fry on the table in 10 minutes so it’s a great one to have in your back pocket if you are time-poor.
A vegan stir fry is incredibly versatile so you don’t have to limit yourself to just the vegetables that I have listed below. The general rule is to start with the vegetables that take the longest to cook and work backwards so whatever you build in, just keep that in mind. Use up anything that you have lying around and the strong ginger, chilli, garlic, coriander and lime will pull it together into a delicious meal. I have added everything from broccolli to carrots to spinach in the past – it’s very hard to get wrong!
Vegan stir fry is also a great one pot wonder when you are looking to minimise on the washing up and maximise the output. I always make this in bulk too so you can get a load of lunches out of one cooking session if you are heading into a busy week.
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