Easy Way To Make Stir-Fry | You Can Cook That | Allrecipes.com

Easy Way To Make Stir-Fry | You Can Cook That | Allrecipes.com


– With the flick of a
wrist you can whip up a quick and easy dinner in a snap. Stir frys are the perfect answer to your in a pinch dinner needs. If you have unexpected guests, need a quick meal before
rushing out the door, or you have random ingredients
leftover in your fridge, a stir fry is the perfect answer. A great stir fry boils
down to three things, vegetables, protein, and sauce. Start off with one pound of protein and two pounds of
vegetables for four people, and make it your own
with herbs and aromatics. Here’s how to do it. Start by cutting your ingredients into similarly sized pieces for even cooking. Having your ingredients
prepped ahead of time will give you a leg up. Since stir frys cook super quickly, and you won’t have time
for slicing and dicing once your food is in the pan. Set a large frying pan
or wok over high heat. You wanna get that pan super hot so you get that satisfying sssssss sound when your ingredients hit the pan. Add one to two tablespoons of
oil with a high smoke point. Canola or peanut oil is
your best bet for this. Add your chicken, shrimp, beef, or tofu and cook until browned on each side and cooked all the way through. Remove it from the pan and set aside while you throw your vegetables in. Start with the densest veggies first like broccoli, carrots, or bell peppers. They take the longest to cook. After about a minute, toss in your quicker cooking vegetables
like onions, bok choy, or snap peas, and your stir fry trinity, ginger, garlic, and scallion. Cook these for about another minute or so. It’s important not to overcook
your vegetables in a stir fry so they don’t lose their bright
color and delicious crunch. (crunch) Keep them moving around in
the pan to prevent burning. Return your protein to the pan and coat with your delicious sauce. A great basic stir fry
sauce is a simple mix of one cup broth, two cups soy sauce, one tablespoon sugar, and one
tablespoon rice wine vinegar. Mmm that looks great. Pro tip, to make your
sauce like a thick glaze, whisk in one teaspoon of corn starch. And that’s it. Serve your stir fry by itself
or with rice or with noodles. Go stir fry crazy. And if you’re watching on
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