This Orange Ginger Shrimp Stir-Fry is the perfect weeknight meal; it’s quick and flavorful, plus packed with vibrant vegetables and nutrient-dense shrimp. Thanks to Anolon, we’re sharing recipes focused on: “Out with the Old, In with the New with Anolon Cookware”. Out with the boring weeknight dinners and in with this stir-fry!
One of the quickest and most delicious meals you can make this week is a simple stir-fry! They’re packed with fresh vegetables, spices, and protein, which make them a healthy and colorful choice to serve your family. The key to a great stir-fry to to prep ahead. Thinly slice all your vegetables and marinate your protein even before you start heating up your stir-fry pan.
We cooked up this Orange Ginger Shrimp Stir-Fry using the Anolon Nouvelle Copper Hard-Anodized Nonstick 12-Inch Stir Fry pan and loved it! Here are some of the main characteristics of this pan:
- European-inspired design and pleasing, subtle colors;
- durable, hard-anodized construction crafted with copper to deliver optimum heat control;
- double full cap base on the stir fry includes a copper core layered between aluminum and magnetized stainless steel, making the pan compatible with all cooktops, even induction;
- Restaurant-tested DuPont™ Autograph® 2 nonstick on the pan is metal utensil safe and delivers long-lasting food release and easy cleaning;
- Oven safe to 500°F
Such a gorgeous pan and it made the cooking of vegetables such a quick process! The key to a good stir-fry means that it shouldn’t take more than 10-15 minutes to cook. You’ll want to thinly slice your vegetables and proteins, to make sure they cook in a short amount of time.
One of my favorite ways to incorporate carrots is by using a vegetable peeler to peel ribbons of fresh carrots. Not only does it look gorgeous, but they cook in about two minutes, tops!
Choose your protein wisely, meaning make sure it’s a quick cooking protein! Some stir-fry protein recommendations:
- Thinly sliced chicken breast
- Fresh white fish, cubed
- Thinly sliced beef
- Firm tofu, cubed
More “Out with the Old, In with the New with Anolon Cookware” recipes:
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Climbing Grier Mountain – Tex-Mex Risotto with Chorizo and Red Peppers
Rachel Cooks – Easy Beef and Vegetable Stir-Fry
Dessert for Two – Skillet Spanakopita
Bakeaholic Mama – General Tso Cauliflower
Nutmeg Nanny – Spicy Penne alla Vodka
Garnish with Lemon – Spicy Sweet Chicken Stir-Fry
Lemons for Lulu – Orange Glazed Pork Chops
Disclaimer: This post and giveaway is sponsored by Anolon, who sent us pieces of their product line to test and cook with. Thank you for supporting brands like Anolon that allow me to share more and more recipes such as this one with you!