If you've got veggies and a protein, you can make stir fry! Stir fries are quick and they're great because you can basically use whatever you have on hand. Really, you just can't go wrong with a bowl full of veggies. And it'll be way better than takeout! See more frugal recipes!
I love stir fries because of three reasons: 1. they're quick, 2. you can usually use whatever veggies you have on hand, and 3. they make for really yummy leftovers.This Thai-style beef stir fry is full of flavors and is a great recipe for getting lots of vegetables to your family in a quick amount of time. If you don't like spicy foods, feel free to leave out the spicy peppers.See more frugal recipes!
Honey and Garlic Chicken Stir Fry with Cauliflower Egg Fried Rice. That Chinese take-away might be tempting, but this chicken stir-fry with cauliflower egg fried rice is just as tasty, and so much better for you!
Our take on the iconic Chinese takeout dish swaps out the beef for pork tenderloin -- it's tasty, tender, and affordable. Hone the technique by cooking each ingredient separately over super-high heat, then combining, and you can apply it to all kinds of vegetables and proteins.
Skip greasy takeout food and go for this healthy and fast dinner that's so much more enjoyable. To make it even easier, warm up ready-to-serve brown rice in the microwave and supper is ready to go (with one less pan to wash). —Donna Lindecamp, Morganton, North Carolina Skip links
Everytime I make this quick breakfast casserole everyone asks for the recipe. It's so easy that it's almost embarrassing when I hand it over. This is an easy breakfast idea that will be on your menu time and time again! And, it's a make ahead breakfast recipe - winning!
I had a night the other night where I didn't have a dinner plan in my mind, so I headed to the pantry. I knew I had sausage and rice, so after looking around for ingredients that would complement those, I decided to make a quick and easy jambalaya. It should be said that this is not really a traditional jambalaya; there is no seafood or chicken and it doesn't start with the complete foundational onions, celery, and bell peppers. With that being said, this recipe is still pretty yummy and you can add pretty much any additional ingredients you'd
Get started stir-frying with this simple but scrumptious basic recipe. Follow our Test Kitchen’s handy step-by-step photos below for a spur-of-the-minute supper special enough to serve guests! Skip links