Instead of traditional chicken, try this turkey with a side of crispy stir-fried veggies mixed in with our aromatic grains, use Jasmine or Basmati Rice. With our recipe for making your very own homemade stir fry sauce, this is the perfect starting point for exploring the world of Asian cuisine.
Prepare rice according to package directions and set aside. Prepare sauce by mixing all ingredients in a small bowl and mixing well. Set aside.
Heat 2 tablespoons of oil in a large skillet or wok. Add turkey, ginger, and garlic; stir fry until turkey is no longer pink in center. Remove turkey from skillet; set aside.
Heat remaining two tablespoons oil in the same skillet. Add broccoli, onion, and bell pepper; stir-fry 1 minute.
Return turkey to the skillet with tomatoes. Stir prepared sauce. Add to skillet; cook and stir until sauce is thickened.
Serve over hot rice.
Take out made from home. Go from the kitchen to the couch with this tasty Asian Stir Fry with Success® Jasmine Rice. This recipe is a simple method for cooking up a tasty Asian-inspired turkey and vegetable stir fry.
The perfect technique for making a classic stir fry, use this recipe as a starting off point to creating incredible meals or an excuse to buy that fancy wok you’ve been eyeing.
To start this recipe, we always like to use a bit of vegetable oil to sear up our proteins. Stir fry the turkey –or your protein of choice– ginger, and garlic on medium heat, staying careful not to burn the garlic. Once the turkey is cooked through, remove the meat and set aside. This is key for keeping your protein tender.
After, add the veggies including, broccoli, onion, and bell pepper. Stir fry for one minute and then add the meat back and our recipe for a basic stir fry sauce. For this specific version, we also add fresh tomatoes at this step.
Once the sauce is added, you’ll want to cook down the veggies and turkey mixture until the sauce is nice and thick. Read more about our do-it-yourself stir fry sauce, below!
For this from-scratch sauce, we combine about two tablespoons of cornstarch with, water, low-sodium soy sauce, sherry and Worcestershire sauce. For a bit of complexity and heat, we also add a pinch of curry powder.