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Bold, Asian-inspired ingredients make our favorite chicken stir fry recipes an obvious choice for a quick and easy meal that’s anything but boring.
Savory-sweet peanut sauce transforms regular spaghetti into a quick and simple Asian-inspired dish, with a little help from chicken, red pepper, and broccolini.
The time-saving secret ingredient in this veggie-packed stir fry? Bottled stir fry sauce, which can be found in the Asian section at your local grocery store.
Refresh leftover chicken by tossing it into a bold stir fry, complete with crisp snow peas, sweet red pepper, stir fry sauce, and egg noodles. Add cashews for the perfect finish.
Spice up your weeknight with a fast-fix chicken stir fry that gets its sweet, bold flavor from hot chile peppers and fresh mango.
Pad Thai is an easy dish that's known for its combination of light and fresh flavors. Lime juice, green onions, and cilantro brighten, while chicken, chopped peanuts, and bean sprouts add delicious crunch and texture.
Frozen vegetables and quick-cooking brown rice make this 30-minute stir fry an easy weeknight meal. Plus, with only 350 calories, it’s a dish you can feel good about serving to your family.
Make this restaurant favorite right at home with Asian-style dressing, honey-roasted peanuts, and fresh lime. In only 20 minutes, you’ll have delicious lettuce wraps that are perfect for a healthy lunch or dinner.
Say good-bye to takeout! You can make restaurantworthy sesame chicken by investing in a few Asian pantry ingredients. This full-flavor dish has a good mix of salty from the soy sauce, a hint of sweet from the honey, and a kick of heat from chili paste.
Sauteed pineapple and hot peppers get a touch of cool from coconut milk in this crowd-pleasing 20-minute stir fry recipe. We agree with one recipe reviewer that it's even better served with rice.