Cold weather? Hot weather? Bad weather? Good weather? No matter what’s happening outside, a stir-fry always tastes good. Here are 5 of our favourite gluten-free stir-fry recipes from the web this week.
And good news! All go with our teff brown or white grain. Simply replace the rice with teff grain. Teff can be cooked in a rice cooker the same as rice, simply add 2 cups of cold water and 1 cup of teff into the rice cooker and when it switches from ‘cooking’ to ‘keeping warm’ let it sit for 5mins and then serve! Simple as that.
For a 50/50 rice teff blend simply add 1 ¾ cups of cold water to the rice cooker along with ½ cup of rice and ½ cup of teff.
Cashew Nut Stir Fry
Our friends over at Evolving Table sure know a good stir-fry recipe when they see one. A classic for good reason, this timeless cashew nut stir fry is low in fat and high in well, joy.
And the best bit: it’s so easy to cook. With the total time from fridge to table hovering around 30 minutes, you’ll be gobbling it down in no time.
Lamb Stir-Fry with Coconut Rice
A lamb stir fry is really something special and this one is no different. The addition of chilli seeds and ginger give this one a zing, while tamari is a great gluten-free alternative to soy sauce.
Plus, you get to make your teff grain taste like coconut...does it get much better than that?!?
Thai Vegetable Stir Fry
For the vegans among us or those that simply feel like their vegetables hit, this stir-fry is the king of all stir-fries.
The sherry gives it a nice sweet flavour. So why not buy some nice sherry and drink it, too?!?
20 Minute Asian Turkey Stir Fry
This recipe hails all the way from the US...which means it’s good! So few of us cook with turkey but goodness, can it be delightful!
Try this super-quick stir-fry for something different. And if you’re not sure of the pound to grams conversions, check them here.
Sesame Ginger Stir Fry
There’s just something about sesame, isn’t there?!? We know, and that’s why we love this delicious stir-fry.
The recipe says beef but we find it works just as well with chicken, or even tofu.
Happy cooking teff-ers!