Many stir fry veggies suggest the use of sriracha sauce—for good reason. Sriracha adds a depth of flavor to any dish and simply makes it more interesting. Even if you’re not a fan of spicy food, you may still appreciate how a hint of heat and tang can improve a dish. We have listed a few recipes which turn out awesome with Sriracha Stix. Not all of these recipes technically calls for Sriracha Stix but you’re always free to add to make them tastier and spicier. Once the seasoning sticks dissolve, you get a delightful burst of flavors exactly like the unmistakable Sriracha sauce!
Easy and Quick Stir Fry Veggies Recipe Ideas
1. 30-Minute Ginger Chicken and Veggie Stir Fry Recipe
This 30-minute ginger chicken stir fry recipe comes handy for busy weeknights. What’s wonderful about this dish is the chicken thigh meat do not overpower the broccoli and the snow peas. Of course, you don’t have to use chicken. You can substitute it with other proteins like tofu, pork, or even more vegetables.
2. Asian Tofu Stir-Fry with Honey Sriracha Sauce
The honey sriracha sauce in this healthy Asian stir-fry recipe is really simple but it’s packed with a lot of flavors. Honey and sriracha just come together beautifully, especially when mixed with soy sauce and chili garlic sauce. To incorporate Sriracha Stix to this dish, you can add it while the onions and carrots soften in the pan.
3. 15-Minute Spicy Udon Vegetable Stir Fry
Now here’s a 15-minute stir fry with udon noodles and veggies. Using udon for a stir-fry dish is an awesome idea since it is pretty much like Italian pasta, only thicker. It goes really well with a stir fry sauce made with sriracha, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, ginger, and brown sugar.
4. Spicy Tenderstem and Peanut Noodle Stir Fry
Aside from udon, gluten-free soba noodles work great in a stir-fry dish, too. What’s unique about soba noodles is they taste great when served either hot or cold. In this recipe, the spicy peanut sauce with sriracha, peanut butter, tamari sauce, and toasted sesame oil, complements the soba noodles and the veggies well.
5. Pineapple and Cashew Stir Fry
This pineapple and cashew stir fry recipe shows us how fruit, nuts, grains, and vegetables complement each other when used together in a single dish. Plus, instead of just using honey, you can also add pineapple juice to make your stir fry veggies sweet and tangy. While the recipe doesn’t really call for sriracha, you can simply add one or two Sriracha Stix into the wok if you want a hint of heat in this dish.
6. Orange Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry Recipe
An easy vegetable stir-fry dish becomes more special when it’s zesty and sweet. Like what this chicken stir fry recipe instructs, use orange zest and orange juice to get the citrusy kick. Simply add a few Sriracha Stix to make the dish a little spicy.
7. Beef Stir Fry with Balsamic Peanut Sauce
This flavorful stir-fry recipe suggests the use of beef skirt steak, giving the stir fry veggies a different level of flavor. It is more savory and rich with a heavier feel than other stir-fry recipes. Of course, you can reduce the amount of beef and add more vegetables to make it lighter.
8. Vegetarian Red Curry Stir Fry
This red curry stir fry recipe proves just how interesting a vegetarian meal can be. Don’t hesitate to mix things up a bit by adding a variety of spices to your dish. In this recipe, the sauce is made with fresh ginger, cumin, coriander, red curry paste, and coconut milk. With ingredients like these, it’s easy to create a scrumptious dish to please your family!
9. Crispy Spicy Peanut Tofu Stir Fry
Add more texture to your tofu stir fry by crisping up the tofu! It works really well with the steamed broccoli and the spicy peanut sauce. Take note the tofu in this recipe is by no means bland and dull. Since the tofu gets marinated in the sauce for about 15 minutes, it soaks in all the savory and spicy goodness of the sauce.
Learn another stir fry veggies recipe in this video by Cooking With Claudia:
Stir fry veggies are one of the quickest and yummiest meals you can whip up. Beginners can easily whip a recipe up without much hassle. The thing with stir fry veggies is you can easily improvise and make the dish more suited to your taste buds. You can use a variety of meat or no meat at all if you wish and add Sriracha Stix to make it even tastier!
Let us know how you make your stir fry veggies more delicious and delightful in the comments section below!