One Pan Asian Beef and Rice Skillet in under 30 minutes

Photo Credit: Five Heart Home

This healthy stir-fry recipe is the perfect go-to recipe any night of the week. Asian beef and rice skillet is a quick and easy food idea that requires a simple list of all-natural ingredients, only one pan, and just under 30 minutes to make from start to finish. With simple ingredients such as ground beef, long-grain white rice, low-sodium beef broth and soy sauce you can whip this up in no time. For the full step by step recipe, you'll want to take a look at the Five Heart Home site.

Healthy stir-fry recipes are a great way to use up some of those vegetables you have sitting in the refrigerator. Your fridge crisper might have some broccoli, limp carrots, and a lime. You might also have half of a rotisserie chicken and a half-finished bottle of some white wine. These simple ingredients are just the thing to make a stir-fry. Stir-fry recipes are a reliable, food idea that is versatile and always a favorite. Stir fry recipes are what you end up making when you don't know how else to combine the different elements of your fridge. There are are a few tips that you can use when it comes to making this easy food idea, so it doesn't end up tasting just like soy sauce.

Nuts and seeds. Peanuts might be regular stir-fry toppers, but they are not the only nuts you might try. Good additions to stir-fries include cashews, almonds, or sesame seeds for added crunch and richness. If you add the nuts into your wok with all of the other ingredients, they will soften as they absorb the sauce, which can be nice. But you can also try toasting the nuts or seeds separately and then sprinkle them over your finished plate, like Parmesan cheese, for the optimal crunch. Fresh ginger. Ginger is an ingredient that will add some serious zing to your healthy stir-fry recipe. Keep a ginger root in your fridge, where it will stay good for a long time. Peel the ginger with a spoon and then grate some into your frying pan at the same time you add in the garlic. A good tip is that you can grate your garlic, too. Marinate your protein. If you mix up a marinade recipe the night before and allow your sliced or cubed tofu or meat to soak overnight, your protein will be ready to go by dinnertime. To avoid soggy tofu, you want to pre-bake the pieces in a hot oven around 375° F until they are golden-brown before adding them into the stir-fry recipe. Skip the rice. Instead of plating your stir-fry recipe over a bed of rice, try spooning the stir-fry recipe over a scoop of quinoa, lentils, or noodles. Vinegar. A common problem of stir-fry recipes is over-saltiness, which is often a result of the heavy reliance on soy sauce. A splash of rice vinegar you might also try dark rice vinegar is a welcome addition of acid to the recipe mix which will give the stir fry recipe another dimension. Seaweed. Seaweed is a crunchy, and earthy stir fry addition. Seaweed will give your stir-fry some texture and extra flavor. Try crumbling strips of dried seaweed over the top of stir-fry as a garnish.By following some of these basic tips you can come up with stir fry recipe variations you will be sure to love.

You will find this healthy stir-fry recipe at the Five Heart Home site. On the site you will find main dish food ideas, appetizer and snack recipes, side dish food ideas, drink recipes, dessert recipes and so much more. **

Learn MORE / Get RECIPE at Five Heart Home


To help with slow website load, we have put all photos for this article here: View photo gallery.


Privacy Policy