For a speedy family dinner, check out our collection of sizzling stir fry recipes with meat, fish or veg.
Coat aubergine in a sticky honey and soy glaze, then top onto fluffy rice with sweetcorn and spring onions. Ready in under 30 minutes, this is a great midweek meal idea.
You can’t go wrong with a classic chicken stir-fry. This simple recipe combines sticky soy sauce glazed chicken thighs, with plenty of veg, toasted cashews and noodles for dinner on the table in half an hour.
Kids will love this quick, classic stir fry recipe. It has nice simple flavours and is quick to prepare, perfect for a speedy lunch.
Try this meatball midweek meal for something that looks a bit fancy but is super-easy to make. The quick pickled cucumber adds zing, whilst the cashew nuts add crunch. A lively family meal!
Spruce up your midweek meals with this delicious take on fried rice. Fluffy cauliflower rice is stir-fried with crunchy veggies, rich spices and juicy prawns in this exciting main - and whatsmore, it can be on the table in just 20 minutes
Prep your working day lunch ahead of time with these easy, no-cook noodles. Simply add boiling water and tuck in when ready.
Jamie Oliver says, "You'll wonder why you ever bothered with takeaway noodles when making your own is so easy and delicious."
Swede is a buttery root vegetable that's very versatile
This veggie fried rice is super quick to rustle up and the curry powder adds a mild flavour making it perfect for kids.
Jamie says:"You can get this quick and comforting takeaway favourite on the table faster than any delivery".
Buttery Jersey Royals, lean turkey breast, rich spices and crunchy greens star in this speedy and nutritious stir-fry. Low in fat, low in salt, high in protein and one of your five a day, this delicious supper ticks all the boxes.
A different approach to the tried and tested stir-fry, using minced beef steak ensures your meat gets crispy and delicious in no time
Strips of beef lightly stir-fried with zesty orange and fragrant ginger, alongside blanched tenderstem broccoli and sliced red pepper.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with this simple 5-ingredient sweet and sour beef noodle recipe
Step away from that takeaway menu. This super-quick, Indian- influenced dish will be ready and on your table way faster (and it’s healthy too)
This fast midweek meal doesn't scrimp on flavour. Packed with chilli, lemongrass and ginger, this healthy chicken fried rice dinner can be on the table in just 15 minutes
If you're looking for a simple stir-fry that you can knock up in under 30 minutes, this chicken and broccoli stir-fry recipe is the perfect go-to
Serve up this comforting bowlful for a quick and easy midweek dinner. It has all the flavours of a laksa - ginger, garlic, chilli and lemongrass - all mellowed out by a creamy coconut milk broth that's poured over What the Cluck 'chicken' pieces, noodles and veg for crunch.
Throw together this super speedy stir-fry in just 20 minutes. Combine a Japanese-style curry sauce with egg noodles, fresh spinach and vegetables for a healthy midweek meal that's also dairy-free.
Get more omega-3 into your diet with this salmon and veg, made even better by a peanut and soy-based marinade
Jamie says: "Crispy pork mince in an aromatic sticky sauce, crunchy veg and fresh herbs combine in this vibrant noodle salad full of exciting flavours and textures."
Frozen hake fillets pair well with fresh pak choi and an edamame and vegetable stir fry mix under a fiery soy, chilli and ginger dressing in this simple recipe
Jamie says: "Stir-fries are a total midweek saviour. I'm hero-ing salmon here with a little help from crunchy sesame, fresh lime and chilli and a handy stir-fry veg pack."
Whip up a healthy dinner in just 20 minutes with this quick turkey stir-fry recipe. Turkey, peppers and spring onions are quickly cooked with sticky soy, honey and garlic for an easy midweek meal idea.
Paprika and chipotle sauce gives this dish a lovely smoky flavour, while the butter beans add a rich creaminess
Thankfully, Jamie Oliver has planned lunch to take some of the workload off your plate. His delicious 'Home School Dinner' stir fry is super simple to make and packs two of your child's five-a-day into one dish. Finish it off with a dousing of Jamie’s secret ingredient hoisin sauce, and prepare to pass your child’s strict taste test with flying colours.
This sizzling dairy-free Chinese stir-fry with beef and black beans is packed with fiery chilli and garlic.
Save the takeaway for another day and try this sticky stir-fried pork with rice or noodles. Sliced into strips, and marinaded in a sweet and tangy mix of honey, ginger, soy and sherry, pork is stir fried with vegetables and served with chilli and sesame seeds.
Create your own 'fakeaway' with this tasty stir-fry. Marinating the beef in the soy sauce, oyster sauce, sugar and chilli flakes mix adds a real depth of flavour. Serve with steamed rice and add some extra coriander, if you like.
Taking just 20 or so minutes from start to finish, this gingered tofu and green vegetable stir-fry is a healthy vegetarian dinner option that doesn't sacrifice on its deliciousness. Fresh ginger is the primary driver of the dish while cubed tofu makes an excellent flavour sponge.
It's always handy to have a new stir-fry dish to add to your repertoire and this simple, quick pork one is a definite hit. Rice wine (or brandy), soy sauce and sesame oil make a fantastic marinade. Broccoli, sugar snap peas and pak choi add texture and crunch.
Swap your stir-fry for a comforting chicken noodle broth, using all the same ingredients for a speedy winter-warmer filled with tender chicken, colourful veg and egg noodles.
This aromatic vietnamese chicken noodle soup is a feast for the senses thanks to a broth richly flavoured with star anise, ginger, lemongrass and cinammon. Lift the zesty notes just before serving with a sprinkling of fresh lime juice, coriander, and spring onions.