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Sexing up stir-fry and our top 10 faves

By MSN NZ Recipe Finder staff
Sexing up stir-fry and our top 10 faves. Image Getty
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Do you find yourself using the same ingredients and sauces night after night for you stir-fry? Well, maybe it's time to sex it up a bit. Here's how…

Use in-season vegetables. And they don't have to be Asian either!

Keep it simple! Sometimes the simplest stir-fries can be the most satisfying. For example, try just using bean sprouts, oyster mushrooms, garlic and spring onion with a dash of soy sauce and garnished with chopped chillies.

Make your own sauces. Your stir-fry will taste more authentic and you'll save money in the long run if you make your own sauces. This way, you'll also be steering clear of preservatives and additives found in the bottled stuff.

Here are our top 10 faves:
Honey prawn stir-fry
Vegetable fried rice, ginger and soya bean
Star anise marinated chicken
Beef, broccoli and orange stir-fry
Char kway teow
Chinese spaghetti
Malaysian fried noodles
Mongolian lamb stir-fry
Lemongrass & pork stir-fry
Beef chow mein

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