10 Best Clean Eating Stir Fry Recipes


Looking for healthy weight loss help and clean eating ideas? You’ve more choices than salads. Stir fry, for one, is a fantastic clean eating idea. Most stir fry recipes contain healthy combinations of protein, vegetables, grains and sometimes fruits and nuts. If you use heart-healthy oils with high heat tolerance like olive and coconut oil, your stir fry becomes even cleaner.

Today I’m sharing 10 of the best clean eating stir fry recipes from around the web. They’re easy-to-make, mouthwatering, and most of all healthy and clean.

10 Best Clean Eating Stir Fry Recipes

1. Garlic Spinach Chicken

Known for its abundance in iron, spinach is used in many dishes. It turns any meal from ordinary to healthy, making it a popular ingredient in clean eating.

This Clean Eating Garlic Spinach Chicken not only offers iron-rich spinach but also protein-filled chicken and anti-inflammatory garlic. Doubtlessly, it’s a healthy dish–and a delicious one too!

Find recipe at Clean Eating Recipe: Garlic Spinach Chicken.

2. Chicken and Mushroom Stir Fry

Many mistake mushroom as a vegetable; it’s actually a fungus. It does, however, contain the same vitamins, minerals and antioxidants as vegetables do. Because it’s flavorless and easy to chew, mushrooms can be used in many types of cooking, including stir fry.

Today’s chicken and mushroom stir fry is an easy and tasty way to make mushroom. The combination of salty and sweet from soy sauce and oyster sauce created a savory flavor. I hope you like the recipe, which can be found here.

3. Honey Garlic Shrimp Stir Fry

Glad to have found this recipe because it’s flavorful with sweet honey and spicy pepper–and with a garlic-y twist too. It also has the goodness of broccoli, zucchini and shrimp. Well, it’s pretty much the perfect clean eating meal.

Get recipe at This Silly Girls Life Honey Garlic Shrimp. Hope you like it!

Photo Credit goes to thissillygirlslife.com.

4. Paleo Spicy Cashew Chicken (by This West Coast Mommy)

The Paleo Diet mimics the Paleolithic lifestyle with food choices of the hunter-and-gatherer days when farming didn’t exist. The Paleo Diet, therefore, excludes all farmed products like beans and grains. It’s  stricter than Clean Eating, but most Paleo recipes fit in with the clean eatng diet. Despite being a stringent lifestyle, Paleo recipes, like this Cashew Chicken Stir Fry, are quite tasty. I hope you give it a try.

Photo credit goes to thiswestcoastmommy.com.

5. Broccoli and Cabbage Stir Fry

For an easy and healthy side, this broccoli and cabbage stir fry makes a nice choice. It’s abundant in greens, contains little oil and tastes good.

Get recipe at clean eating broccoli cabbage stir fry.


6. Cauliflower Fried “Rice” (By Baked In)

If you’re seeking a carb-free dinner, try this cauliflower fried rice. Simple yet tasty, with an assortment of vegetables and cooked in flavorsome Asian sauces, this no-carb plate is a great way to lean out traditional fried rice.

By the way, subbing cauliflower for rice is purely genius!

Find recipe at Cauliflower Fried Rice.

Photo credit goes to baked-in.com.

7. Organic Ground Pork and Cabbage Stir Fry

Pork-lovers would love this delicious blend of organic ground pork and sliced cabbage. It’s quick and easy, and great over a bed of brown rice or quinoa.

Find recipe at organic pork and cabbage stir fry.

8. Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli

Teriyaki is a widely-used sauce for stir fry. It’s sweet, savory and goes with  anything. It can be made clean with organic brown cane sugar and Tamari organic soy sauce.

The teriyaki chicken and broccoli below was made with A clean homemade teriyaki sauce, and has great flavor. I think you’ll enjoy it. Find recipe at Clean Eating Teriyaki Chicken.

9. Ground Turkey and Quinoa Stir Fry

Gluten-free grain-lovers would love this simple stir fry with organic ground turkey, chopped veggies and quinoa. Light and delightful, this easygoing quinoa stir fry makes the perfect clean eating weeknight meal.

Find recipe at Clean Eating Turkey and Quinoa Stir Fry.

10. Stir Fry Tofu and Celery

For those of you going meatless, tofu works well as a meat substitute. It offers plenty of protein, just like meat, as well as many other nutrients.

Tofu’s tender texture also works well with crunchy ingredients like celery and carrots, like in today’s recommendation. If you’d like to try this recipe, get it at Tofu and Celery Stir Fry.

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“Joel Fuhrman, M.D. is a board-certified family physician and nutritional researcher who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional and natural methods.His New York Times bestsellers, Eat To Live and The End of Diabetes, are two of his seven books on human nutrition. Dr. Fuhrman’s hugely successful PBS television shows bring nutritional science to homes all across America.Dr. Fuhrman is actively involved in scientific research in human nutrition. His most recent scientific study on food addiction and human hunger was published in the scientific journal, Nutrition Journal, November 2011. Dr. Fuhrman is the research director of the Nutritional Research Foundation”

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