Have made this twice now and has been fantastic each time. Saves me a ton of time. Turns your veggies to mush because of it’s high water content so they can’t get a good sear. It’s a winner will be doing it every time we crave a stir fry. Thank you. I’m glad to hear it Randy! Delicious Asian flavors like soy sauce, garlic, ginger, sesame seed oil and rice vinegar. Made my day! I used toasted sesame oil because that’s what I have. The meal COOKS quickly, but the prep work is definitely not fast – at least for me! The rice vinegar is really just to give it some tang, so the onion juice would definitely do that. I was a bartender in college, and was always so grossed out when I had to dig in that onion jar for an onion. I also added 1/2 a red chilli for a bit of extra spice – so good. I have made this recipe several times. Hi my name is jahvonni Thomas in 15 years old and me and my family loved this recipe and it doesn’t taste like salt thanks??? Thank you so much. I am so glad you like my stir fry sauce Lisa! I’m not sure if there’s a difference or not, but I like it. I love anything I can make myself, always tastes so much better than store bought. Very nice! :-(. And I don’t have sherry either. I agree if you have fresh ginger it is way better than powdered! I’m always a little intimidated by Asian food, but this looks really easy and sounds delicious! Delicious. Between finely chopping the garlic and ginger for the sauce and then washing and chopping up all the veggies, it was a good hour’s worth of time just doing that! This was easy to make and tasted great! I eliminated the oil and added a couple tablespoons of hot Chinese mustard. Even your picky eaters. That made my day! Check out my Paleo + Whole30 Stir Fry Sauce too! My whole family was like, “this is the best stir fry you’ve ever made!” So thanks. I made your stir-fry sauce and I must say it is delicious!!! Only other thing we added was sriracha sauce for some kick. Thanks, Natalie. For even more convenience, I put everything into my nutri bullet and off we went. Thanks for the inspiration Natalie. I am so happy to hear that! I’ have found that while the coconut aminos are less salty, it also lacks the depth of flavor that the tamari has. And no I’m not going to keep adding more corn starch lol. I’m convinced! This IS the BEST stir fry sauce!! Like Peanut Butter? Big hugs to you! This is way better than bottled teriyaki sauce (what I was going to use) and practically just as easy! Easy, quick and the entire family (2 adults and 2 kids) loved it. I will come back and let you know after it’s cooked, but I’m sure it’ll be even better then!! This would be so great to keep on hand for those busy night. I am so happy to hear that! We only use Liquid Aminos which makes the sodium significantly lower! Wow! I can’t find it on your site :(. Pingback: A Night in Charlotte & Strawberry Picking | A Healthy Slice of Life, Pingback: Red Pepper and Corn Summer Stir Fry - Heather Carey, This was delicious! I make a stir fry with this sauce a few times a month. Yea! Yea! Waaaaaay too much ginger. If you try it let me know how it turns out! So glad you liked it Jessica! Did you salt the meat or veggies you were cooking? Served with chicken beef and shrimp…yummy! But, it’s probably time to venture out! Hi, NATALIE!! Glad to hear it worked in the sauce. So easy and had amazing flavor! Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Have I convinced you yet? Oh it’s so easy to have stir fry sauce for any stir fry dishes, thanks so much for the recipe, I will make some and store for my cooking. my family loved it.thanks for sharing this recipe. And I’m like you, I like lots of garlic and ginger too. So I think I’ll try your recipe. I hate to leave a negative review but can’t help but feel the quantities could be wrong? I make this stir fry so often, and with all sorts of combos of veggies. I am so happy it turned out delicious and is a new family favorite! Definitely cutting back on the soy sauce would help tremendously. Big hugs! Pingback: Make-Ahead Stir Fry Sauce - My Longevity Kitchen, My husband, me and our 2 girls (aged 11 & 13) loved this recipe! Maybe it was the soy sauce that I used, but this was waaaaaay too salty (I used reduced sodium soy sauce). Thanks for the recipe!!! Before I put in cornstarch, I used a little to marinade my meat and that was the best decision!!.. I’m sold Natalie. This was perfect. Pingback: April Favorites | The Everyday Journalista, Pingback: Broccoli and Bell Pepper Chicken Stir Fry — Tastes Lovely, Love this Natalie! I love having recipes like this on hand! Followed the recipe to the letter and the sauce is inedible, so much soy sauce that just a taste made me feel sick. It is very difficult to have just one serving. Whatever sweetener you have on hand! Desperately needed brown sugar. I love the tweaks you do to it to make it Seczwan. Thanks for letting me know you liked my recipe, made my day! Nice flavours but wa-a-a-y too salty!! Add sauce in and toss stir fry. Pingback: grocery store woes: easy meal ideas for a busy schedule - it's a beautiful crazy. I would recommend substituting the oil of your choice, just select an oil that you enjoy the flavor of. . Thank you for letting me know you liked my recipe Kim, you just made my day! I am so glad you liked my stir fry sauce Hope. Thank you for taking the time to let me know! You can use the same amount of maple syrup, white sugar, brown sugar, coconut sugar, etc. I am so happy you liked my stir fry sauce Samantha! This makes me so happy to hear! So glad you like it Sandy! Pingback: Meal Plan: 1/30 – 2/5 | Operation: Fitness, Pingback: Plant-Based + Gluten-Free Meals. https://www.yummly.com/recipes/healthy-vegetable-stir-fry-sauce Made this sauce tonight and it was delicious! It’s great with chicken, beef, pork, even shrimp. Adding the chicken again at the end. I have tried for so long to find something like this. thanks again! Sorry if you thought it was too runny Raoul. Thanks for taking the time to let me know you liked my recipe! Each veggie takes 2-3 minutes to cook, which is the perfect amount of time to cut the next one. A family favorite. You just made my day! You crack me up with your wit and self deprecating humor. I sure hope you and your family enjoy my stir fry sauce! I think your question is about the photo in the post. Pingback: 7 Easy Homemade Sauces to Spice up Any Meal – Healthy Organic, Pingback: 7 Easy Homemade Sauces to Spice up Any Meal - Perfect Your Lifestyle, Can I use chicken or vegetable stock instead, Hi Fiona. Add remaining ingredients. Can’t wait til Thursday when you share your fav recipe with us! I love a great Asian stir fry packed with veggies and meat. We dont eat much salt. So glad you liked it! I am thrilled you liked it! Thank you for sharing the recipe. That is such a mom win! It really is simple to prepare, but so flavorful. Only thing was it was so black in colour it didn’t look very appealing. That is what I was hoping for. I happened to already sauté the ginger and garlic before I found this recipe, so I didn’t add it to the sauce. Amazing, delicious and easy! I make it at least twice a month.


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