6-minute Broccoli-Garlic Stir Fry was a huge game changer for me when I discovered delicious, flavorful stir fry
Rachel often likes to use ingredients she already has on hand to create her recipes. Using everyday ingredients with little added flavor is her secret to success for stir-fry. Rachel explains, “Broccoli should taste like broccoli, carrots like carrots, and fish should keep its natural aroma and flavor. Flavors should only enhance the food, not change it to be unrecognizable.” This is Rachel’s mantra in cooking. I like this approach. Sometimes simple is best.
There are only six basic ingredients in this dish but trust me, the flavor of this stir-fry is anything but ordinary. Remember, use what you already have on hand. Replace the broccoli for your favorite vegetable, toss in a little chicken or shrimp. Whatever suits your taste. Just remember, the flavor and character of this stir-fry comes from simple, fresh, delicious ingredients without a lot of fuss.
I hope you enjoy this recipe! If you’ve made it please share it with me by tagging @culinarybutterfly on Pinterest.
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|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||6 minutes|
- 4 tablespoons safflower oil
- 1 garlic clove, minced
- 1 cup chicken broth
- 3 tablespoons oyster sauce
- 2 tablespoons corn starch
- 1/4 cup water
- 4 cups broccoli, cut into small florets
- 4 cups cooked Jasmine Rice
- Heat a wok or skillet over high heat, allowing the pan to heat up before adding oil. Add the oil and heat for 20 seconds.
- Add broccoli and saute 1 to 2 minutes until broccoli turns bright green. Add garlic and continue sautéing to combine.
- In a jar or container with a tight fitting lid, add the chicken broth, oyster sauce, and cornstarch. Close the lid tightly and shake liquid until contents are combined. Pour liquid over broccoli, stir to combine, cover the pan and cook for 2 to 3 minutes or until broccoli is slightly tender.
- Transfer broccoli and sauce to a plate and serve with rice.
- I like to keep my stir fry simple, using only a few of my favorite ingredients so you can enjoy the flavor of the food itself, rather than a mix of flavors that take away from the fresh simpleness of a good, healthy stir fry.
Recipe by Rachel Huang for www.culinarybutterfly.com