Easy Asian Stir-Fry

Thursday, September 14, 2017

I have a confession.  I made this months ago.  It was delicious, and when I posted about it on Instagram, a few people asked me about the recipe.  I sent the instructions to those who had asked, but then was dealing with terrible nausea from pregnancy and couldn't even look at these photos without wanting to barf (These and almost every other food photo on the web/social media.  I ended up unfollowing a bunch of food instagrammers during that period because I could hardly look at their photos... It was a serious problem).

Anyway, so months later, here is the recipe, now that I can look at these photos and think they look delicious once more.  It really was a terrific stir fry!  And super easy. You can bet this will be on our table soon, because I am all about the easy dinner prep these days!

If you aren't the vegetarian type, feel free to add chicken (probably the tastiest option), steak or pork to this dish.

Easy Asian Stir-Fry
inspired by Pinch of Yum
1 package of lo main noodles
1 Tbs olive or vegetable oil
1 head of broccoli, cut into small pieces with the stalk removed
1 yellow or red bell pepper, destemmed, seeded and diced
2 medium carrots, sliced into wheels
1/2 medium onion, diced
3 Tbs rice vinegar
5-6 Tbs soy sauce
1/2 tsp black pepper
1/2 tsp garlic powder
1/2 tsp ginger powder
1 1/2 Tbs sugar

In a medium pot, heat water to a boil.  While it is boiling, prepare the sauce by combing ingredients in a jar and shaking until combined.  Add your noodles to your water and stir once or twice to keep them from sticking to the pot, and cook according to the package directions.

Next, pour oil into a large skillet and heat .  Add the onion and carrots, and cook over medium heat for 5-8 minutes until soft.  Add the bell pepper and cook for another 1-2 minutes.  Add the broccoli and briefly cook (another 1-2 minutes), then turn down the heat to low until the noodles are done.

Then drain the noodles, toss them into the large skillet, and add the sauce.  Stir all together until sauce is coating every single noodle, and serve immediately.  Enjoy!



  1. easy asian stir-fry is really an easy recipe to make, and i think this is the best one for the people who visit us from the different countries

  2. This dish is really an easy asian stir-fry and every single asian will love to have this in their tea time. this is really an easy recipe too


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