LAST UPDATED: August 26, 2021 • FIRST PUBLISHED: August 26, 2021
These vegan stir-fries are absolutely delicious and easy to make. They're loaded with veggies, plant-protein, and flavor. Cook one up tonight!
There's so much to love about stir-fries! They're delicious, crowd-pleasers, and easy to throw together. As an added bonus, they're generally full of veggies and pretty healthy too!
I've shared a LOT of vegan stir-fry recipes on this site over the years, but a few definitely stand out as favorites. I keep a list of those favorites on hand for days when I don't have a dinner plan. It really comes in handy — I'll often find that I have most or even all of the ingredients for one of more of these recipes on hand. I know it will be delicious and on the table in record time. WIN!Jump to:
- Rainbow Peanut Butter Stir-Fry
- Vegan Mango "Chicken" Stir-Fry
- Singapore Noodles
- Tofu Stir-Fry with Garlic Sauce
- Vegan Vegetable Lo Mein
- Cashew Tempeh Stir-Fry
- Tofu & Eggplant Red Curry Stir-Fry
- Veggies & Dumplings Stir-Fry
- Spicy Tofu & Pineapple Stir-Fry
- Vegan "Beef" and Broccoli
- Miso Tofu Stir-Fry
- Vegan Pad Thai
- Kung Pao Tofu
- Thai Basil Tofu Stir-Fry
This stir-fry is perfect for anyone who LOVES peanut sauce — the entire dish is drenched in it! In addition you'll find colorful veggies and pan-fried tofu.
If you're a mango lover you'll definitely want to try this vegan version of Thai mango chicken, made with hearty seitan in a sweet sauce. This is a great recipe to try if you're itching to try cooking with seitan for the first time!
These curry flavored noodles are packed with flavor and filled with crispy spots, thanks to just the right stir-frying technique.
This is your classic tofu stir-fry recipe, featuring a mix of delicious veggies and a mouthwatering savory sauce!
This homemade version of a classic Chinese noodle stir-fry is easier to make than you'd think! Feel free to switch up the veggies with what you have on hand.
Tempeh makes a great plant-based protein in vegan stir-fries. Here, the tempeh works by soaking up super flavorful sauce and is complemented by crunchy cashews!
This easy stir-fry is inspired by the classic Thai dish, pad ped, and features a spicy red curry stir-fry sauce.
If you love dumplings (and who doesn't?!) it's time to try putting them in your vegan stir-fry. They're absolutely delicious when paired up with tender-crisp veggies and smothered in sauce. This recipe works with both store bought and homemade dumplings!
The combination of sweet and spicy flavors make this one irresistible stir-fry! It also features optional kumquats, which add a burst of tang — definitely include them if you can get your hands on some.
Have you tried soy curls yet? They are the plant protein you need to be cooking with! In this recipe, soy curls stand in for beef, and they really soak up the flavors in a delicious savory sauce!
Miso may not be an ingredient you find in a whole lot of stir-fry sauces...but it works really well! If you're looking for a stir-fry with some serious umami flavor, definitely put this one on your menu.
Pad thai is a delicious, classic Thai dish made with stir-fried noodles. It's usually not vegan though — even if a restaurant has a meatless version, it often includes eggs or fish sauce. Good news though: this version is 100% vegan, and absolutely scrumptious!
The secret to loading up this vegan stir-fry with delicious flavor? Soak the tofu in a flavorful marinade, then bake it before adding it to the stir-fry!
This easy stir-fry features a slightly sweet, slightly spicy, slightly zippy chili lime sauce that pairs beautifully with the fresh flavor of basil!
About Alissa Saenz
Hi, I'm Alissa! I'm a former attorney turned professional food blogger. I love creating vegan recipes with bold flavors! You can read more about me here.