all clad 4-quart saute pan

Giveaway: All-Clad Saute Pan

To ring in the new year I have another amazing giveaway –a 4-quart saute pan from All-Clad.  As I mentioned in a previous post, I received almost an entire set of All-Clad pots and pans when I was married in 1995.  Cooking equipment made by All-Clad holds up amazingly well and I’m so grateful for the wedding gifts we received from friends and family.  We just cracked out our china last year, though that’s another story entirely.
I love using this 4-quart saute pan to caramelize onions and make veggie stir fries.  Lately, I’ve been using it to make this delicious Sautéed Kale I posted earlier in the week.

To be entered into the giveaway for this pan, just leave a comment letting us all know what your favorite vegetable stir fry combo is.  This giveaway is open to everyone, everywhere and I will pick the winner at random. This contest will end at midnight on January 9th, 2011.

It’s now time to announce the winners of the recent giveaways: Audrey J won a copy of Grain-Free Baked Goods and Desserts by Kelly of The Spunky Coconut and Lenci won a copy of Around My French Table by Dorie Greenspan. Congratulations!

Update: this giveaway is now over and the winner was Caitlyn!

Comments

  1. Barbara P. says

    My current favorite combo is onions + artichoke + beans + peas. Happy New Year and thanks for the chance!!

    • Staje says

      I’m curious about the artichoke, do you use canned? I love artichoke but it has never occurred to me to put it in a stir-fry.

  2. Michele Kisler says

    Spicy italian sausage, tofu, green onions, pineapple, broccoli, cabbage, celery, sweet red peppers, jalapeno peppers, cilantro, bean sprouts, thai peanut sauce, lime juice, hot pepper oil; top with chopped cashews and serve with rice.

  3. Charlotte Moore says

    We really like celery, carrots, onions, bell pepper, broccoli, and chicken. I sometimes put tomatoes or tomato sauce in it and eat with brown rice. That is a nice pan!!!

  4. Cindy says

    Our favorite stir fried vegetables are mushrooms, onions, garlic, zucchini, broccoli and whatever other veggies are in the house stirred in a little olive oil and spices (depending on the mood)! YUM!

  5. Moreen G says

    Chinese pepper steak – sirloin, green peppers, onions, tomatoes, garlic, fresh ginger etc over rice.

  6. Sarah says

    my favorite stir fry is a pepper blend- onions and garlic with green, yellow and red peppers, serano peppers, poblano peppers and a bit of black, red and cayenne pepper (spices). add a touch of GF tamari and we’re good to go.

  7. says

    Shredded Carrots, snow peas, mushrooms, onions and garlic with a bit of salt and pepper or GF tamari sauce. OR curry powder and chicken in pan first, add raisins or cranberries to the veggies listed and serve over rice cooked in coconut milk and mandarin oranges. Sprinkle toasted almonds over top! Great when it is cold out- ie next Sunday and Monday in Colorado!

  8. Mary says

    My favorite combination for stir fry is onion, yellow bell pepper, carrot, snow peas, skirt steak, ginger, broccoli and mushrooms. Especially with a simple sauce from whatever is lurking in the back of my fridge… =)

  9. Tess Moore says

    I’m in love with sauteed brussel sprouts lately and think they would be wonderful in a stir fry. Maybe onions, carrots, butternut squash….. yummy!

  10. Kate says

    My son and i love most vegetables, but our favorite is basic stir-fried broccoli (olive oil & salt, sometimes garlic, sometimes mushrooms & red peppers.)

    Also, I recently had stir-fried asparagus for the first time and it was amazing!!

  11. CM says

    I’m a fan of spinach, artichoke and mushroom. It’s making my mouth water reading of all these suggestions!

  12. Noora says

    I really like onion, red pepper, some chili pepper, green beans, cherry tomatoes and cashews.

  13. Briana says

    My favorite stir-fry combo is asparagus, zucchini, broccolini, jicama, and red bell pepper (with a great coconut aminos sauce, of course!).

  14. Pam Marange says

    My favorite stir fry combo is: any combination of veggies you like.
    Though I prefer a combination of baby zuchini, red onion, fresh string beans, and yellow peppers! I love this site and your recipes. I decided to go gluten, dairy, and meat free August 1st of 2010 b/c I needed a complete change in my diet. So I detoxed and have lost 40lbs. and started excersizing at least 30 min. a day and I feel wonderful. I am not celiac but have noticed a huge decrease in other stomache issues such as heart burn and acid reflux. I am in my mid 50’s and went from sizes 16/18 to a 12. I have not felt better! Thank you for sharing all your recipes!

  15. says

    Well sauteed veggies are my favorite food, so it’s difficult to think of any I don’t like! But, this time of year my favorite is sauteed cabbage or shredded brussel sprouts – with plenty of onions, shallots and garlic! Yummo! Thanks for all the great giveaways :)

  16. Regina says

    I think my favorite vegetable stir fry type dish would have to be cauliflower rice with olive oil, balsamic, onions, tomatoes, bay, rosemary, and a little bit of nutmeg. So good! I made it for the kids here in Kenya for Christmas and they just loved it!

  17. Stacey says

    When my husband and I were dating, our favourite thing to cook together was a stirfry of broccoli, water chestnuts, almonds, ginger, garlic, and onion. Yummy. :)

  18. says

    Juicy shitake mushrooms sauteed and simmered in sesame oil with garlic, and caramelized onions. Then add roasted red peppers, green peas, and green onion. Add a touch of agave syrup salt and pepper to taste. And serve over a steamy bed of fresh brown rice. Enjoy and Bon appétit.

  19. says

    Congrats to Audrey and Lenci! Beautiful pan you’re giving away, my dear. :-) I like stir fries with an Asian flair so I love adding water chesnuts and bamboo shoots to any combination. The other day I added those to a stir fry that included broccoli, celery (with celery tops, too, instead of parsley–so good!), onions, garlic, and homemade salsa with some coconut milk, lime juice, and oil. Wish I had some left! ;-)

    Thanks so much for mentioning me and naturally gluten-free foods the other day, Elana! Naturally gluten-free foods are the answer to simple delicious gluten-free living … as you demonstrate every day. :-)

    xo,
    Shirley

  20. says

    Organic broccoli, cauliflower, celery, red pepper and portabella mushroom stir-fried in coconut aminos, Himalayan salt, garlic, onion, ginger and a touch of stevia served over marinated kelp noodles.

  21. Yulia says

    Bok choy, onions, garlic, and anything I’d want at the moment: soy sauce or ume plum vinegar, tomatoes, etc.

  22. Mary Catherine Worth says

    My favorite combination for vegetable stir fry is mushrooms, asparagus, and carrots. A fistful of basil roughly chopped adds the bright green I like as well.

  23. Sue Ross says

    I’m sort of a traditionalist…I guess….stir fry combo would be broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, onions, mushrooms, colorful bell peppers, snow peas, water chestnuts, bean sprouts, and bamboo shoots.
    Hey! Who’s cookin?

  24. says

    I love slicing up squash, zucchini, onions and red bell pepper in long thin strips and sautéing them. So colorful too!

  25. Trisha says

    Great pan give-away! My favorite stir fry is carrots,onions,garlic, broccoli,and zucchini with a little olive oil.

  26. Vera says

    I saute onions & garlic first then brown the chicken breast and take it out then add in what I want to poach, spinch is a favorite, and some stock & lemon juice and put the breast on top, let it “simmer”. Because the sides are straight, you don’t need as much liquid, the steam comes right back down into the pot. I don’t stir fry because my stove is electric and doesn’t have high enough BTU’s to get hot enough to really stir fry. And you really need a wok to do it right.

  27. Kimberly says

    My favorite stir fry veggie recipe (for our entire family actually) is Kale with Strawberries. It is so easy and delicious and full of yummy goodness. The only downside is it is best consumed immediately. Good thing that my family gobbles it up almost right out of the pan, even my 23 month old son!

    Here is the recipe:
    2 cups fresh chopped kale
    1/2 to 1 cup fresh sliced strawberries
    2 TBS Balsamic Vinegar

    Remove stem from kale and chop into bite size pieces. Add into a medium saute pan. Add a few TBS water to help steam. Once kale turns bright green (1-2 minutes) add in sliced strawberries and balsamic vinegar. Cook 1 -2 minutes more and serve.

    If I win a piece of ALL-CLAD, we would would love to make this in our new pan!!

  28. Mary says

    Great size pan for almost anything. My favorite combo is broccoli florets with red peppers and red onions in ghee with a little sea salt and fresh cracked pepper (with cauliflower if we have leftovers). I lightly steam the broc and cauli first so that the saute is a breeze.

  29. says

    I’m too busy to have time to connect to many places – but Elanas Pantry has a special folder and I check out and use off your site regularly!
    THANK YOU for such excellant services!

  30. Alice says

    I stir fry mushrooms, onions, and bell peppers anytime I prepare Italian food and serve it as a side for those of us who want more veggies and flavor in our sauce.

  31. says

    I like broccoli rabe with garlic, red pepper flakes and olive oil. Its simple but delicious, easy and healthy :)

  32. Sandra Hancock says

    My fav veggie stir fry was discovered by my husband. While recovering from bypass surgery,and making diet changes, he found this recipe in the NY Times. It has become a family favorite!
    The bulk includes shitake mushrooms & its broth, asparagus, ginger, sherry, and a bit of tofu.
    Served over your grain of choice, it is absolutely healthy, GF/egg/dairy free & heart healthy!

  33. says

    I love my Asian Orange Tofu Stirfry with pak choi, broccoli, and bell peppers. It has an orange juice, ginger, garlic sauce that’s out of this world!

  34. kelly says

    my fav is a combo of kale, red onion, cabbage, red bell pepper, and clementine oranges :) YUM!

  35. Frieda Wadler says

    Hi,
    I make my stir fry using onions, celery, and three different colors of pepper, green red and yellow.
    Thanks for all the great recipes.
    Frieda

  36. Marla Pisegna says

    My combo is kale, cabbage, onion, cawliflower, carrots, with a maple balsamic dressing topped with toasted slivered almonds. Delicious!!!

  37. Julie says

    My current favorite combo is shallots, smashed garlic, spinach & crushed red pepper, then I throw in some cooked rice and it’s the perfect dish for lunch or on the side with lemon rosemary chicken.

  38. says

    One of my all time favorites, when I can get to the Asian market…is stir fried pea pod greens with a good dose of garlic thrown in at the end. Excellent with grilled salmon : )
    Thanks for the give-away!

  39. Holly says

    I love many…. but a favorite of mine is fresh green beans with caramelized onions with feta cheese !

  40. Karen F says

    Well, the possibilities are endless. The other night I enjoyed onion, garlic, field mushrooms, zucchini, pumpkin, and broccoli in a little chicken broth. Thanks for all your wonderful giveaways, Elana.

    And, by the way, I loved your “snowy walk through the forest” photo the other day. I was sitting at my computer here in Australia sweltering in over 100 degree F heat, so I imagined myself wandering along that snowy path and cooled down a little!

  41. Debbie says

    Shrimp and broccoli with a variation of spicy butter (I use grapeseed oil) and make it SCD legal from Elises blog. Otherwise sesame oil with garlic and onions. Stir-frys are fast and easy. I love all the giveaways!

  42. Rachael M says

    Zucchuni, carrots, broccoli! And I just learned a bunch more yummy ones reading everyones post! ;-)

  43. says

    MY current favorite combo is zuchinni and yellow squash with green onions and colored bell peppers.

    Yolanda
    Ulysses, Kansas

  44. LINDA GAMMON says

    I love shrimp, snap peas and lots and lots of mushrooms, carrots and onions!!

    Love your website,
    Linda

  45. Heather says

    Red, orange and yellow peppers with garlic. Or just plain old broccoli with red pepper flakes.

  46. Julie Duncan says

    Mushrooms, zucchini, and onions are our current favorites but we are just starting to increase our veggies. That pan looks fantastic.

  47. Margaret says

    I love to stirfry a selection of mushrooms in olive oil with a few fresh herbs and coarsely ground pepper and salt. Our local market (indoors during our Ontario winters) has a varied selection of locally grown mushrooms. It is fun to experiment with different variations and ohhh so good with mixed brown rice, carrots and snow peas.

  48. Doreen says

    My favorite stir fry combo is onions, ground beef, and cabbage with crushed red pepper and soy sauce, fried with coconut oil.

  49. says

    I’d love this pan!! I need new ones and have to start pan-shopping…My favorite veggie stir fry is a combo of zucchini, red pepper, broccoli florets, carrot strips and chicken. I use some chicken broth and a bit of sugar free maple syrup with some hot pepper for a spicy-sweet sauce. I’m diabetic and can’t handle rice or sugar well, so this is tasty and works for me!

    Marie H.

  50. Beckie Johnson says

    I love stir-fries! We live in Taiwan, so it’s a common dish to make and serve. I like taking whatever leftovers I have in the fridge, and add it to my frying pan or wok after I’ve put in some coconut oil (extra virgin), garlic, and usually carrot and celery slivers. From there I just use my imagination, along with the leftover veggies, whatever they may be (jicama, greens like snow peas, green beans, etc.), then add some protein (usually chicken, eggs or tofu). The only seasoning I generally add is a little Bragg’s Liquid Aminos (I eat gluten free).

  51. maria dutmer says

    stir fry fav = mixed colored peppers, leeks, chicken stock, garlic and cashews at the end.

  52. anna eidson says

    Just what I wanted! Thank you, Santa! Thank you, though, really, for so many inspiring and wonderful recipes.

  53. Shaemoq says

    What a great everyday size. I love to stir fry carrots and peas for my toddler he eats it like its candy. The secret ingredient is dulse I sprinkle it on after the vegetables are done. Yum! Shannon L.

  54. Anne says

    What I stir fry the most is onions, garlic and spinach. I make a large portion of this and eat it for breakfast along with an egg. Great way to start the day.

  55. c rosado says

    my favorite is a combo of spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, sauteed in coconut oil with ginger garlic & shallots

  56. Alyssa C. says

    My current favorite is butternut squash, spinach, tofu in a spicy curry stir fry sauce.

  57. Noelle says

    We love broccoli, carrots, tofu, and sugar snap peas with Braggs over brown rice. Yum! All these recipes are making me hungry.

  58. Lauren K. says

    Looking foreword to stir frying bok choy in coconut oil, with freshly cut ginger and garlic.

  59. Elizabeth Jankowski says

    My favorite vegetable stir fry combination is broccoli, onion, carrot(grated) and celery.

  60. Kari Wolsky says

    My favorite Veggie stir fry starts w/ a spoonful of coconut oil. Then I add onions, broccoli, carrot slivers, and zucchini slices. I splash a little coconut Aminos and at the end I throw in a handful of almond slivers. Delicious!

  61. Judy says

    I enjoy making zucchini spaghetti. Stir fried with a little bone broth, spiced with garlic, salt, pepper, brown mustard. Topped with capers.

  62. Jody says

    My favorite stir fry is a combination of onions, garlic, red pepper flakes, Mary’s Blend sauté oil, mushrooms,and whatever veggies I find in the fridge!

  63. Janet says

    My favorites are zucchini, squash, mushrooms, leeks , bell peppers, broccoli and artichoke hearts. I’ve been on an artichoke heart binge lately and have been putting them in *everything*. ;-) Of course no stir fry would be complete without some garlic and maybe a little ginger.

  64. says

    I like to stir fry all kind of dark green leaves. I like to add pine nuts, raisins, cranberries, a little lemon juice when it is all done.
    Yum.

  65. Joyce says

    Thanks for the great giveaway, Elana! My favorite vegetable stir fry combo is zucchini with onions and red peppers – yum!

  66. Rachel says

    My family loves broccoli, straw mushrooms, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts, sno peas, button mushrooms and red peppers. Yummmm

  67. Andrea says

    i love vegetable stir fry with rice noodles! i first saw it when i was in israel, and now we eat it all the time!

  68. Elizabeth says

    My favorite vegetable stir-fry is “Menestra de Verduras” from Vegetarian Epicure. I’ve been making this dish, with variations, since 1976. Now that my husband’s been diagnosed with celiac disease, we have this dish frequently, most often on top of a little mound of polenta. Yum.

  69. laura says

    We love brussell sprouts sauted in butter with a little garlic salt. Also cabbage in butter with a little soy sauce. I would LOVE to win this pan. Always all-clad. Just doesn’t fit in the budget.

  70. De west says

    My favorite stirfry is a mix of colorful veggies ( we share your love for kale, so that is always in there), shredded coconut, turmeric, cumin & fennel seeds, and cashews or pumpkin seeds!

  71. jenny says

    Very white right now: potatoes onions and cabbage. All were grown in my garden and are stored away which makes it lots of fun. I leave the kale in the ground year round, so when the snow melts I sometimes snip some and add that for a little color

  72. Julie McDermid says

    Hi Elana,

    My favorite vegi stir fry uses a mixture of red pepper, onion, yellow squash, broccoli, bok choy, egg plant, mung bean sprouts and sometimes I throw in small chunks of firm tofu all mixed together with garlic, fresh ginger, sesame oil and a little teiyaki sauce – when everything is very fresh – you can live off this dish every day.

  73. Arielle says

    Aw, I don’t have a pan at all for stir-fries! I used to love making a rice, spinach and wild mushroom (with tamari) stir-fry, and really miss it.

  74. april yedinak says

    My fav is broccoli, carrots, water chestnuts, red bell pepper and those baby corn things (yep, I am that technical…)
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  75. Lauren McPherson says

    Favorite sauted veggie combo is carmelized onion and spinach with a sprinkle of pecans.

  76. MANDA says

    my fav veggie combo are broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots in a stir fry. i dont heart peas;) my favorite is a sweet and sour, but i have to watch my sugar intake now;(

  77. Lisa says

    My favorite vegetable stir fry would have to be onions, zucchini, green, yellow and orange bell peppers and mushrooms. Yummy!!!

  78. Denise says

    Veggie fajitas are our favorite stir-fry dish – zucchini, summer squash, carrots & onion sprinkled with salt and pepper, topped with salsa and sour cream.

  79. sas says

    hi Elana, my fav is onions, kale, zucchini, red pepper flakes, garlic (lots and lots). All Clad rocks!

  80. Christine Sanborn says

    Veggie Pasta Extraordinaire

    1 lg red, yellow, and green pepper
    1 lg onion of choice
    1 veggie bouillon cube bouillon cube (I use Rapunzel sea salt & herbs, but not sure if gf)
    2-3 med. carrots (sliced)
    1-2 cups broccoli florets
    1 lg tomato, cubed (optional)
    1-2 avocados
    1/4-1/3 cup cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil
    whatever other veggies you want to use
    at least 2 garlic cloves
    sea salt & pepper to taste

    Prepare pasta of choice in pan of boiling water. ANY pasta works fine.
    One of my all-time favorite recipes is a veggie pasta dish with avocado. Saute onions, green, red, and yellow peppers, carrots, and broccoli in a wok or large saucepan for a couple of minutes (don’t cook completely). Put veggies aside. In same pan, pour olive oil, bouillon cube, and a little water to make a sauce enough for veggies and bring to a boil until bouillon cube melts, stirring constantly. Add veggies. If too dry, add more olive oil and water. If you wish, you can add whatever spices you want. Oregano & basil work nicely. Mix veggies & oil/water mixture together. Add avocado chunks and tomato enough to warm. Delicious with parmesan cheese or extra-sharp cheddar. Enjoy!

  81. Stacy says

    My favorite veggie mix is just the basic onions, peppers and a little garlic. It seems to work well with so much and I usually have them on hand.

  82. Julie Lugiai says

    My favorite stir fry combo is Fresh Asparagus with Fresh Ginger and Chicken…………very simple, but I love simple, don’t you!!!

  83. Sharon K Schubert says

    favorite stirfry combo: chicken + onions + green pepper + broccoli + rice + hot, spicy seasonings

  84. Sabrina says

    Actually, I use your recipe for Cauliflower Rice! Just leave the cauliflower in small flowerets & add chicken. It’s good enough that way, but I make up a big batch, package it into servings sizes, and then usually add a tiny bit of whatever sauce calls my name when I eat it. (I work at Tastefully Simple so I always have a wide variety on hand!)

  85. Cheryl Gray says

    I like zucchini, peppers, garlic, chives and tomatoes, then served over rice noodles. YUM!

  86. Terry says

    I don’t have one particular favorite combo but rather any mix of veggies and shrimp or chicken.

  87. Kristin says

    I love “market stir-fry,” which is whatever farmer’s market veggies are in the fridge! Often bok choy, leeks, carrots, jeruselem artichoke, daikon, garlic — really whatever is there! And I just bought my first All Clad and love it!

  88. Jody Engstrom says

    what an amazing pan! My favorite stirfry veggie combo is bell peppers, kale, and onions, and to finish it off I always add a splash of balsamic vinegar!

  89. Patti says

    I love mixing all the veggies that are in the refrigerator at the time! It doesn’t matter to me, but sweet onions and garlic are a must!

    Would LOVE to win the All-Clad pot! They are amazing pans.

  90. Becky Smith says

    My favorite stirfry veggies are onions, spinach, scallions, and tomatoes, stirfried in coconut oil. Then I make it into an omelet every day. LOVE IT !! LOVE ALL CLAD !!

  91. Janet Bortot says

    My favorite vegetable stir-fry is throwing whatever I have in the fridge into my WOK. Staples are onion, garlic, celery. When I have cilantro, red pepper and green pepper I toss those in, and then add broccoli or asparagus or green beans. I use olive oil, of course to saute them all and then I may add a gluten-free soy sauce, teriyaki sauce or red-chili pepper sauce-depending on what protein I’m making with it.
    I am Italian and my Italian grandparents owned a restaurant in LA in the 30’s and 40’s. I learned from my grandmother to not be so strict when it comes to adding flavor and mixing ingredients. I don’t bake often because it is too precise for my method of throw in and toss. The idea is to be creative and enjoy the process, as well as the end result!

  92. Jeanne says

    I like a mixture of snowpeas, pearl onions, tiny baby carrots, mushrooms and add some sesami or tamari sauce

  93. eljayess says

    Hi Elana – My latest fave is not your usual Asian stir-fry, it’s more Italian!

    First I fry up coins of sweet Italian Sausage, and then I add some pre-cooked fettucini or other pasta, and remove from the pan.

    Next I stir fry the onions, mushrooms, green, yellow, & red peppers and garlic, and toss it together with the pasta & sausage. Then I add some salt, fresh chopped basil and parmesean cheese on top.

    I serve heated sun-dried tomato cream sauce or heated marinara (or pesto thinned to sauce consistency mixed with some olive oil and/or cream) on the side, along with garlic bread and a tossed green salad.

  94. Karen R says

    My favorite stir fry is onions, mushrooms, carrots, peppers and brocolli. Or any veggies, really :)

  95. myrna ornstein says

    olive oil, garlic, onion arugala or (or any chopped green you desire) and tomato. add a can of drained canned canellini beans. finish with a dash of balsamic vinegar. sprinkle with Parmesan cheese and serve alone or over pasta. if you don’t drain the beans, this makes a tasty soup.

  96. Steven says

    My favorite stir fry combo always will be with baby corns, broccoli, mushrooms, carrots and cauliflower. It always seems to taste so delicious…..thanks for the chance in your giveaway!

  97. Linda Germanetti says

    My favorite veggie stir fry……
    I saute thinly sliced fennel and swiss chard in olive oil with fresh rosemary, garlic and sea salt. Yummy…even my husband loves it!

  98. Eileen says

    We love to stir fry practically anything but a particular favorite combo is onion and garlic (of course), broccoli, zucchini, carrot, red pepper, sliced fresh basil and a sprinkle of red pepper flakes for a little punch. Yum! After cooking, we sprinkle a little GF tamari- aways after serving though– never while still in the pan.

  99. vicky mitchell says

    My favorate veggie stir fri combo is coconut oil, onion,carrot, and pineapple
    yummy….makes me feel like i’m in the tropics

  100. Robbie Wood says

    another awesome giveaway…..yipeee!!
    I love to stir fry shrimp in a spicy ginger sauce with jicama,spinach, peppers,cilantro, onions and eggplant…ohhh so good!!

  101. says

    The combination varies according to what’s in the frig……but usually broccoli
    onions, carrots, green and/or red peppers, garlic and ginger. And now I have 165+ new ideas to try!

  102. shirley says

    I like to play with whatever I have on hand/what’s in season. But, my favorite comfort stir-fry is scallion, mushroom, garlic, walnuts and water chestnuts with a splash of coconut aminos.

    Thanks for the give-away!

  103. julie says

    All from the garden: onions or scallions, sweet tender cabbage, sweetcorn kernals. cook ’em all fast-a faint trace of browning enhances the flavor.

  104. Scotty says

    I absolutely love shrimp, scallops, spinach, fresh cilantro, minced garlic, mushrooms, and capers. Then I add avacado to it. YUM.

  105. Julia says

    I have never owned All-Clad. I would love to win this pan. We like chicken, broccoli, onion, and garlic.

  106. Amanda says

    My favorite is thin sliced cabbage, onion, garlic, and cauliflower or kale, sweet potatoes, garlic, and ginger!

  107. Shauna D says

    I love to take carrots, snap peas, onions, broccoli, garlic and mushrooms and sauté. Towards the end add kale- yummy!

  108. Lois Gilman says

    Veggies are a huge part of daily meals and what better way to prepare them than stir frying! With a splash of olive oil, saute garlic and onions, then add red bell peppers, broccoli, snow peas, carrots, yellow squash, and zuchinni. Add just a tad of chicken broth and a bit of crushed red pepper flakes. It’s a very colorful and flavorful combo. Be sure you don’t overcook the veggies…they should be al dente and on the crisp side.

  109. Laura says

    My favorite stir-fry is garlic, onions, cabbage, broccoli and some ginger. Makes me hungry just thinking about it!!

  110. Chelsey says

    my favorite is whatever I have in my fridge drawer! Which usually ends up being spinach, peppers, mushrooms, and onions. YUM.

  111. says

    Hi Elana! My husband is the stir-fry king in our house. He always makes a delightful sauce with loads of veggies and tofu. So yummy. I always ask him to write it down so I can blog it, but he just doesn’t cook that way! Alas, it’s not on my blog yet :)

  112. Jaan says

    We don’t have access to Kale, but I use either fresh grown spinach or young mustard greens in the sauteed Kale recipe. Love making simple dishes with our own fresh grown veggies. Thanks for all the recipes and thanks for the chance to win a sauteed pan.

  113. Leslie Blanchard says

    I love zucchini rounds and chopped garlic sauteed in olive oil with a bit of rosemary for 5 min. then add a bunch of cherry tomatoes, a bit of pitted Kalamata olives and saute 2 more min. Turn off heat and add chopped basil, a splash of balsamic and S&P.
    Yum, yum, yum!!

  114. Beth says

    Lately we have been doing a pea, red pepper, celery, carrot, green onion vegetable stir fry and serving it over quinoa.
    So tasty!

  115. says

    Oooo that is a tough question, so many great combos! A common veggie stir fry combo in my household is diced: onion, garlic, zucchini, eggplant, redpepper, and mushroom. Sauteed in coconut oil or organic butter, lightly salted. SO delicious! Great served alone or with gluten free pasta, brown rice, or quinoa.

  116. Lori says

    I am picking up some amazing recipes off these comments. Tried the kale recipe yesterday and it was very good. I like broccoli, fresh green beans, onion, frozen peas at the last minute.

  117. Jo Stanley says

    I enjoy yor website and cookbook. I enjoy a good chicken stir fry with most any kind of veggie.

  118. Kim Brown says

    Growing up, we sauteed danedlion greens with tons of garlic in olive oil. That is my favorite thing to eat in the summer.

  119. Rise says

    I love all veggies but my foavorite combination is broccoli, carrots, red and green peppers, onions and ginger.

  120. Terrie Mancill says

    Happy New Year Elana,

    My favorite stir fry combination is zucchini, bamboo shoots, red peppers and bok choy. This combiniation is a nice mix of flavors, textures and colors.

  121. Lauren R says

    my favorite is tofu, pea pods, onions, garlic, mushrooms, brocolli, red pepper, yellow pepper, and green pepper!

  122. Cynthia says

    I love broccoli, cauliflower, asparagras with onion and garlic and a little sesame oil and soy sauce…yum!!!

  123. says

    I like to make a warm Asian slaw with Savoy cabbage, matchstick carrots, leek, baby bokchoy, cilantro and basil, sprinkled with black sesame seeds.

  124. Sandy Starkman says

    My husband makes a great stirfry with carrots, ginger, onions, bok choy, chinese cabbage, mushrooms, seitan, spinach, shitake mushies, red cabbabe, broccoli,sugar snaps and a sauce with sesame oil and a few other things.

  125. Jamie S. says

    It’s hard to think with my pupils dilated so much from staring at that all clad pan, but we make a lot of garlic/red onion/zucchini/eggplant with a little sea salt and fresh ground pepper. I also saute some plain zucchini noodles on the stove and top with delicious steak pizziaola or shrimp fra diavolo. mmmmmmmm

    all clad saute pan… drooooooooooooooool

  126. says

    Broccoli, water chestnuts, pea pods, baby corm, green pepper and zucchini. Add a little ginger, some chicken and some oranges, and it’s dinner!

  127. Sarah Dombrowski says

    My favorite currently is garlic brussel sprouts, onions and Kale. YUMM!!! I have to admit my favorite combo tends to change frequently. :)

  128. says

    I love to use Costco’s Stir Fry Veggie Mix, boring, I know, but it’s flavorful and I’ll eat stir fry that way, as opposed to NOT eating it :)

  129. Kathy says

    My favorite is garlic, onions and then anything I have in the fridge! Peppers, snap peas….it really doesn’t matter to me as long as I have my garlic and onions! :)

  130. says

    I love love All-Clad. I would make stirfry’s, stroganoffs, and sauces with this! I love the bagged veggie combo (in frozen isle) of broccoli, carrots, water chestnuts

  131. Susan says

    I saute spinach, cabbage, mustard greens, kale, onions, yellow squash, and carrots in a little olive oil and jerk seasoning.

  132. Caroline Bull says

    Oooh! All-Clad makes me swoon! My favorite stir fry is mushrooms, onions, broccoli, snowpeas, and red bell peppers.

  133. donna says

    i don’t need the pan…i have a couple like it and would rather see it go to someone who needs one, but wanted to share my favorite veggie stir fry….it is fresh green beans with mushrooms and sweet red peppers…i do the peppers first and get a good char on them so they taste like roasted peppers…then add the green beans until bright green and slightly wilted then add the mushrooms sliced thin- as they cook the fastest- near the last few mintues of cooking…..season with coarse sea salt and pepper and my own seasoning mix….YUM!

  134. says

    Mushrooms, Broccoli, Green Beans with some garlic, sesame oil and red pepper flakes – with just a drop or two of chili oil. We love spice in this house

  135. Tara says

    Our favourite stir-fry combo at the moment is broccoli (florets + peeled,sliced stem), carrots, red onions, red bell peppers and kale!

  136. Marina says

    Tofu, water chestnuts and sriracha are pretty much “musts” for any stir fry I make! But I’m willing to branch out. ;)

  137. amy schactman says

    One of my favorite combinations: Butternut squash/ginger/swiss chard

    Saute onion and garlic
    Add butternot squash and ginger until squash softens
    Add green or red swiss chard until almost soft.

    So yummy

    Can also add cumin, coriander

  138. Jean Baraghoshi says

    I make stirfry with carrots, celery, broccoli, onions, garlic, bell pepper, chicken tenders and my favorite ingredient to include is bok choy. It has a mild flavor and is very healthy for you. For the sauce I use raw coconut aminos soy free seasoning sauce thickened with a little arrowroot. I then serve this over brown rice or we eat it alone. For a little spicier kick I throw in a little red pepper flakes also.

  139. Molly says

    I love broccoli, water chestnuts, asparagas, mushrooms, and red onion. Then I usually add some sort of white fish to that. YUMM..now hungry at 8 am!!

  140. says

    My favorite stir fry has sugar snap peas, kale, water chestnuts, broccoli, baby bok choy, red peppers, ginger, garlic, a little sweet Thai chili sauce, and tofu that has been seasoned with Chinese 5 Spice!

  141. Tracy Kamprath says

    I like to use whatever we have on hand but it must have broccoli, carrots, snow peas, and water chestnuts… yum -sounds good for supper. A lot of times I buy frozen mixed veggies and add to it with what I have on hand that’s fresh. :0)

  142. Nikki Burklow-Rogers says

    Yum! I love stir fries! My favorite combo usually involves onions, garlic, squash, mushrooms, and spinach or kale!

  143. says

    I would love to get the pan :)
    My favorite styr fry would have green and red bell pepper, garlic, onion and asparagus. I will also include some protein like quinoa or flaxseed temphe.
    Thanks for all the giveaways!

  144. Staje says

    OK, pan or no pan this post will be bookmarked for great stir-fry ideas! At my house we are simple folk and generally just do broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, GF tamari and a little bit of very lean beef.

  145. Renee says

    Broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, snow peas, bean sprouts, onion, garlic and ginger in coconut oil.

  146. Sue Paterson says

    My favorite stir fry is garlic, green onions, carrots, baby bok choy, leeks,baby spinach, red pepper and chicken (optional). Seasonings generally include some sort of teriyaki sauce or home made with wheat free tamari, fresh ginger and occasionally my new favorite spice, grains of paradise, freshly ground. (combo of black pepper and cardomon from Africa.)

    3 Steps:
    1) Cook chicken separately in the teriyaki sauce and spices

    2) Stir fry veggies (except spinach) in a little olive oil until lightly cooked,

    3) Add chicken to veggies, adjust sauce as needed, top with spinach and let steam slightly. Serve with rice or quinoa.

  147. jen says

    before i had children and was a working woman, i made a veggie and rice stir fry every monday night for my husband and myself. it was easy enough that it didn’t feel overwhelming on the first night of a new week, and something about chopping all the vegetables was really calming.

    my typical stir fry includes onion, garlic, red pepper, broccoli, carrot, peas and pineapple. i mix in some rice and crack and egg in the pan….sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds on top……okay, now i may need to make a stir fry for this FRIDAY night :)

  148. Nancy Greuel says

    My favorite stir fry is snowpeas, red bell peppers, red onion, bella mushrooms and garlic sauteed in coconut oil. It would be great using your pan!

  149. Sandy Austin says

    You can’t beat quality. This would be the most used pan in the kitchen. Thanks for the opportunity.

  150. Stephanie says

    Our favorite is broccoli, carrots, bean sprouts, green onions with a squirt of lime juice and a dash of soy sauce. Quick, easy and healthy!

  151. erin says

    I used to make a yummy one with asparagus, peppers, and cashews. Haven’t made it since all my food restrictions set in though!

  152. Eri says

    I like Nappa cabbage, shiitake mushrooms, carrots, green onions and bamboo shoots seasoned with a little soy sauce. Yum.

  153. Michelle says

    My daughter is 2.5 yrs so we keep it pretty simple around here! She is on a major broccoli kick so we do carrots and broccoli with some garlic and red pepper. MMMMMMMM- sure would love a new pan to saute it all up in!

  154. says

    I love water chestnuts, green beans, sugar snap peas, red peppers, broccoli and bamboo shoots.. oh yes, heavy on the veggies please! Thanks for this fab giveaway! I am still collecting all clad and find it’s my favorite

  155. Carson says

    In our vegan household, we love a side of dinosaur kale. Just toss the chopped kale (without spines)in a saute pan with a stir fry sauce of fresh minced ginger and garlic combined with a tablespoon or two of each of these: orange juice, tamari, sesame oil, agave. Throw in some toasted sesame seeds when the kale has cooked down to your liking. YUM!

  156. Laura says

    We love to use Bragg’s Liquid Amino Acid as our “soy sauce” in stir fry. We mix the rice in after the veggies are sauted & use a lot of Bragg’s!

  157. Gittel says

    mushroom, bok choy, carrot, onion, garlic and spinach with tamari or bragg’s aminos….. mum, this never fails and takes about ten mins tops!
    Keep inspiring us, Elana, you’re the best!

  158. says

    I absolutely adore tofu scramble made with whatever stir fried vegetables and spices I have on hand, or will add a specific taste. I love making Mexican, curried, Mediterranean, French, Italian, etc inspired stir fries.

  159. Nora Yotsov says

    I like to take what I have on hand and mix into a minced mix of garlic, green onion and ginger. Top it off with red pepper for a nice kick. This way no extra trip to the grocery store is required and the mixtures always change.

  160. Jessica says

    Onions, bell pepper blend, garlic, zuchinni, jalapenos and lime juice, tony chachere’s seasoning.

  161. Christie J says

    We love kale, zucchini, healthy 8 veggies from Trader Joe’s with coconut oil and I add in organic chicken or turkey. Comfort food at our house!

  162. Lia Templin says

    Hi, I like to keep things simple, my favorite is onions, garlic, mushrooms,red peppers,chopped kale,salt and pepper rice wine, sesame oil,teriyaki sauce, stir fried and placed over brown rice. Yummy good
    I add what ever veggies I have on hand, anything stir fried is good in my books…..Thanks for your time :)

    • Deanna Frey says

      I use the wonderful four – carrots, onions, celery and garlic!!!! It is the bases for so many delicious recipes. Endless on what you can create.

  163. Tarry says

    Chicken with water chestnuts, mushrooms, green and red peppers, and a bit of gluten free soy sauce. Yummy

  164. Jennifer Stephenson says

    We love mushrooms, and asparagus together; these are probably my two favorite veggies for a starting place for a stir-fry. This pan would be a huge help in my kitchen!

  165. Arlyn Lyle says

    Oh, that pan looks awesome! I’m in desperate need of more pots and pans.I would have to say my favorite combo of veggies to stir-fry would be onions,garlic,mushrooms,bell peppers,and asparagus =)
    Arlyn

  166. Audrey J says

    Thank you! Thank you! This cook book will be great. Let me know how to give you my mailing address.

    Audrey J

  167. Danielle says

    My favorite stir-fry veggie combo is onions, mushrooms, snow peas, broccoli and carrots.

  168. says

    My favourite stir fry is a combination of purple onions, broccoli, zucchini, carrots, acorn squash and cashew nuts with fresh ginger, garlic and turmeric. Yummy!

  169. Jacque O says

    Basically, whatever is in my fridge which is always broccolli, frozen snow peas, and carrots.

  170. Melissa says

    Great giveaway! My favorite vegetable stir-fry combo is: bok choy or cabbage, carrots, celery, onions, garlic, and snow peas. Can’t go wrong with that!

  171. says

    Favorite Stir Fry is:
    Sweet Potato (Peeled & Sliced)
    Onions (Chopped)
    Collards (Cut into small pieces)

    Sautee veggies in Olive Oil with Oregano, Basil, Salt & Pepper until tender.

    Add: 1 can Cannelini Beans (Drained & Rinced)
    Cook for 2 more minutes and serve over Brown Rice and add several drops of fresh lemon juice.

    One snowy day these were the only ingredients I had on hand and I tried it and it was a great hit. I call it comfort food. Thanks for the chance to win this pan. I would reall love to have it.

  172. Ruth says

    I’m not poetic enough to do All-Clad justice. I just ordered my very first All-Clad pans…..the round baker and the small rectangular baker, due to their size. I was gob-smacked with the quality when it arrived. I would love the opportunity to convert to an All-Clad only kitchen, especially as I ruined my old sauce-pan by getting preoccupied with something else during the critical 30 seconds when I started some rice.
    (High, then simmer. Don’t get distracted when such a wee amount of water is on “High.”)

    -Ruth

  173. Lenci says

    Wow – that’s a blessing to have won the Dorie cookbook! Thank you :) Can’t wait to start cooking out of it.

  174. Ann says

    My favorite veggie stir fry combo would have to be something amazing I just discovered this year…(changing my diet to include more veggies has opened up a whole new world of cooking :). I love diced up eggplant with mushrooms, seasoned with tons of fresh garlic. This compliments any meat that I am preparing. Thank you for all of the excellent ideas!

  175. Marci says

    I’ve lately become a fan of just squash and onions. Not sure why or how it started, but yum!

  176. Jennifer says

    My favorite stir fry combo would involve lots of garlic, snow peas, red peppers and probably some chicken. Yum! I was given some all clad measuring cups for Christmas and they are very handy.

  177. Brenda Dee says

    In several T. of heated coconut oil I add pearl onions and garlic cloves. then thin carrot slices, a little broccoli, sugar snap peas and mushrooms. Because I love crunchy, I usually throw in sprouted sunflower seeds or sliced almonds. Add celtic salt, and sometimes dill or basil to taste.

  178. Kat says

    I love all stir frys…the more veggies the better! I will enjoy any stir fry, its gotta have mushrooms, and I especially love peanut sauces to go with it.

  179. Kim Keller says

    As an organic vegetable farmer, i love all vegetable stir frys. When in season, i really enjoy fennel, radicchio, shallot with a dash of balsamic added at end.
    Kim

  180. Kathy says

    I love lots of vegetables in my stir-fry, but it’s not complete with baby corn! Those little ears just say Chinese food to me!

  181. Paige says

    Elana…we love All-Clad as it is great from stove top to oven. Since we got ourselves a family Christmas present of a VitaMix, husband is now a kale fanatic. We love all you various Kale recipes!

  182. Marsha A says

    My favorite combo is mushrooms, eggplant, baby bok choy and shredded carott cooked in olive oil and spices.

  183. says

    My fave combo that the bf and I eat all the time is onions, peppers, garlic and kelp noodles with various proteins. So good

  184. Valerie says

    My favourite veggie stir fry is broccoli, sweet peppers, onions, mushrooms, zucchini and mushrooms. In teriyaki sauce!

    Love your blog, I’m experimenting with more wheat free baking this year and getting lots of ideas.

  185. Erica says

    Wow. I love all of these new ideas. we stuir fry all sorts of things in a little olive or sesame oil & garlic. Tonight though, before shabbat services, I’m going to stir fry som. Some shredded cabbage & brussel sprouts. I’ve never done that before with the latter but how could thatgo wrong. Thanks!

  186. Fran Danner says

    Love to stir fry everything from my veggie bin – carrots, pea pods, kale, onions, daikon, etc. Just throw it in and go!

    fran

  187. Roni says

    My favorite stir fry always begins with lots of onions and mushrooms. Than whatever is around goes in. Lately it’s been brussel sprouts.

  188. Tressa B says

    My favorite combo is: Water chestnuts, baby corn, snowpeas, broccoli, bamboo shoots, baby bok choy, and bean sprouts. YUM-O!

  189. Joan says

    Given multiple food allergies, including many stir fry staples, my stir frys aren’t your every-day… I like snow peas, broccoli, napa cabbage, mushrooms, and celery root.

  190. Stefanie P says

    Thinly sliced red onion, diced red pepper, broccoli florets, cashews — and organic chicken (though not a veggie!) — all sauteed in coconut oil (refined so it can handle a little higher temp) with crushed garlic. sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds and red pepper flakes for some heat – serve over brown rice or quinoa. That pan would be a great addition to my kitchen!

  191. Julie Streff says

    My favorite veg. stir fry combo is broccoli, carrots, celery, onion, garlic, and safflower oil.

    Julie

  192. Darkhorse says

    Coconut oil with purple onion, red bell pepper, carrot, ginger, zucchini, snow peas, baby bok choy garlic & mung bean sprouts (also really pretty with some purple cabbage too!) Thanks Elana!

  193. Sel Ellis says

    the holy trinity is always first – garlic, ginger and chilli. From there, add seasonal veg, meat or fish, then top with some soy and perhaps almonds.

  194. Judi Ciccone says

    My favorite veggie stir fry is my cleanout stirfry. I usually start with broccoli but then add all the small bits from my fridge. Usually it will be some red onion, scallions, garlic, ginger, a carrot, some kale or spinach, a few mushrooms, pea sprouts (which were also on my rollup that afteroon, a radish or two and anything else I can find. On top of brown rice – yum!

  195. Lynn Deakin says

    My favourite stir fry recipe is chicken, with lots of fresh veggies, chicken stock, and some corn starch to thicken, I experiment with different spices, and turn it into a wonderful asian dish or a even Italian, depending on the flavours I add. I would LOVE to win the Al-Clad saute pan!!

    Thank you

    Lynn

  196. Rachel says

    We’ve been enjoying stir fried onions, garlic, & ginger in cumin, coriander, turmeric & olive oil, followed by tofu, swiss chard, and right at the end a little Braggs Amino Acids & nutritional yeast served with 100% buckwheat soba noodles. Yum!

  197. Stephanie Bennett says

    my favorite vegetable stir fry consists of peppers, red and yellow onions, broccoli, and mushrooms thrown around with some garlic and chicken. But like Miss Elana I am also currently obsessed with sauteed kale. I like it was cabbage, kale, a little olive oil, some red onions, and maybe some bacon to top it all off :) I would LOVE a new pan to cook these dishes in!!

  198. Marsha says

    Mine is zucchini, onions and red peppers. When I’m up for the non-veggie version, I add shrimp

  199. Jay says

    Favourite is sliced asparagus & zucchini sauteed with a tablespoon each, olive oil & butter & fresh garlic, plus an added splash of fresh lemon juice & pinch of kosher salt when done.

    Happy New Year everyone!

  200. Noel says

    Oh my — how to choose! Onions, garlic and whatever’s in the fridge — mushrooms, zucchini, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, sugar snaps or snow peas — and mung bean sprouts at the end when I have them!
    Yum!
    Not related — I learned that I can increase the vegie content of practically anything by adding grated zucchini — like to spaghetti sauce, taco meat, soups…..
    Thanks for your inspiration!

  201. Catherine says

    Carrots, broccoli, cashews, cabbage, onions, peppers and chicken with spices is amazing! I don’t have the right pans to make this so this would be perfect.

  202. Lauren Bretz says

    I LOVE sugar snap peas, onions and red peppers with chicken in my stir fry! SO delicious!

  203. Adrienne DeGuere says

    Marinated flank steak with bean sprouts, water chestnuts, yellow bell pepper and carrots.

  204. Trish O'Donnell says

    So many favorites! Love Kale, yellow, orange, red peppers, garlic, olive oil and spicy chicken breast sausage!

  205. Timothy Anders says

    Green beans, Squash, Water Chestnuts, Peas, tomatoes, Green and red peppers, onions, Mushrooms, Garlic, and any type of meat, with olive oil salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning.

  206. says

    wow! what a great giveaway. i am in serious need of a pan like that! my favorite stir fry combo is eggplant, broccoli and snow peas with tons of garlic, ginger, and some tamari. mmmmm.

  207. Kirsten says

    Onions, garlic, ginger, cabbage, carrots, celery, brocolli, peanuts, chilis with kung pao sauce or curry.

  208. StavrosJK says

    Favorite easy combo; carrots, broccoli florets, butternut squash, add some curry and chicken, call it a day!

  209. Renee' Belew-Dycus says

    Thank you for the Kale recipe. It is one of if not the most nutrition-packed foods we can find in our grocery store year round.
    My favorite stir fry is one I used before gluten free cooking became necessary and the only change was finding a GF protein source.
    Simple, I use kale, cabbage, garlic, onion, broccoli stalks and carrots, shredded (I often use the ones prepped and bagged in the organic section of the grocery), and any other veggi I feel like adding at the time (cauliflower, brussel sprouts, etc.) I cut them up sprinkle with no or low sodium season salt and set them aside while I stir fry some low fat sausage (apple and gouda is a favorite in this house). Pull them out once browned and add a little olive oil to the pan to gather the flavors left by the meat. Stir fry your veggis, replace the sausage and once stir fried together for a while, serve with Quinoa or brown rice. It is even better the next day so I make a big batch. If I still have left overs I freeze it to use in soups later! Joyful eating! Renee’

  210. Wendy Castleman says

    My favorite veggie stirfry is whatever one I’m making that night ;) But, I guess I would say it’s probably onion, snap peas, bell pepper, water chesnut, sprouts, along with garlic, ginger and soy sauce.

  211. Patricia says

    I like onions, bell peppers, carrots, celery broccoli and some chicken added in. What a great giveaway. Thank you.

  212. kelly meirik says

    garlic, broccoli, boc choy, kale, red bell pepper, & whatever sauce concoction the fam. feels like for the night.

  213. debra says

    I love doing kielbasa with broccoli, caramelized red onions, mushrooms, garlic and carrots.

  214. Amy Merideth says

    Sliced green onions, bamboo shoots, matchstick carrots, sugar peas, cremini mushrooms and red peppers with a simple sauce of soy, a little honey, a lot of ginger, garlic and chili sauce!

    Delicious over noodles, too.

  215. Rebekah says

    I love napa cabbage with carrots, scallions, and snap peas with a little ginger and garlic. Yum!

  216. says

    My favorite combo is zucchini, corn (I know – it’s a grain!) and water chestnuts. Or any combo and water chestnuts – I love the crunch they add.

  217. Denice McAskin says

    I will stir-fry broccoli, fresh snap peas, cauliflower. Then add coconut milk and red curry powder and pour that over rice noodles. It’s a favorite with my husband and I. :)

  218. S J Supp says

    Our favorite veggie stir fry combo is kale, mushrooms, red pepper, and onions. This is funny since none of us had ever even eaten kale until I started following Elana’s blog. Now kale is a weekly menu item.

  219. says

    my husband just loves broccoli, zucchini, mushrooms, and carrots! Nuttin’ else! :-) I still want to make your cauliflower “rice” to go with a stirfry! :-)

    I really hope I win this pan, I would completely LOVE a piece of ALL-Clad cookware!!

  220. Rob says

    Leftover oatmeal with cajun spice.

    Sorry, couldn’t resist. Seriously, butternut squash, then reduced balsamic drizzled on top.

  221. Melissa Derr says

    My Favorite stir fry combo is a little olive oil, onions, garlic, mushrooms, tomatoes, zucchini, and mozzarella.

  222. Amelia says

    No matter what I put in the stir fry, FRESH GINGER is the best ingredient to add, it is sooooo yummy!! I love to add baby bok choy, too.

  223. Amy says

    My favorite vegetable stir fry combo is: kale, carrots, onions, red peppers and mushrooms. I do not, however, use soy sauce since I am allergic to soy. I use Coconut Secrets Raw Aminos . . . if anyone has not heard of this and misses soy sauce due to a soy allergy, try this (if the link does not come through just type in Coconut Secret in Amazon’s search box and look for the raw aminos):

  224. kell says

    for stir fry’s i love the old stand-by of bell peppers and onions, but i am loving reading throuh the comments of everyone else’s fun ideas and cant wait to try some new ones too!!

  225. says

    A girlfriend of mine gave me your Almond Flour cookbook, when I began my gluten-free journey a few months ago. Since then, I have discovered your website and refer to it quite often! Thank you so much for being so readily available! Also, my favorite vegetable stir-fry recipe is snow peas, red bell pepper, onions, 1 clove of fresh minced garlic, 1 tsp. of lemon pepper, 1 tsp. of sea salt, a pinch of Old Bay Seasoning, and 1/4 cup of rapeseed oil. Saute until vegetables are crisp tender. Add shrimp and continue to stir until shrimp are cooked through – about 5-7 more minutes. Serve with brown rice and gluten free soy sauce!

  226. Wendy Headley says

    My favorite combo of veggies would be carrots, broccoli, and sugar snap peas mixed with bell peppers and onions. Yummy!

  227. Lori Williams says

    My favorite stir fry is whatever left overs I have in the fridge, with some onions, garlic, olive oil, all over brown rice. It always is different, and it always taste good!! Thanks!

  228. annette says

    Our favourite household veggie combo is carrots, red bell peppers, snap peas, onion, garlic and baby corn with a splash of tamari. The kids love it!

  229. Jeannine Hammersley says

    Even the finicky eaters in my house liked the sautéed kale recipe! It’s great fun to try all the wonderful recipes on your site, Elana. Thank you.

  230. Marjorie Hill says

    My husband makes great stir fry. My favorite is his chicken, lots of vegetables and peanut sauce.

  231. says

    I make my favorite stir fry in the summer when I walk out to my garden and harvest fresh, organically grown veggies then make my meal around them. It doesn’t get any better than that!

  232. Rima Roberts says

    Kale and shitake mushrooms

    Kale
    Shitake mushrooms
    shallot or other onion
    butter
    gluten-free tamari
    lemon

    Chop up kale, mushrooms and onion
    place butter in warm pan, add onion – sauté a few minutes
    add shitakes and cook until golden
    add kale and a dash of tamari – sauté a few minutes
    squeeze lemon juice and saute for another minute (add more tamari if to your liking)
    delicious!

  233. Heather says

    My favorite combo is broccoli, carrots, celery, mushrooms, and lots of onion and garlic!

  234. elisa says

    Love eggplant, red bell peppers, mushrooms, throw in some squished fresh tomatoes, lots of fresh basil, some pine nuts and sometimes a handful of golden raisins….YUM!

  235. christine says

    I love slicing brussel sprouts in half, stir frying till golden brown, then shredding a parmasan or pecorino cheese on top, sprinkel w/ salt & roasted pinon nuts……. YUMMY!

  236. susan valvo says

    My favorite stir fry these days is onion,bok-choy,carrots broccoli and water chesnuts with chicken,Tamari and fresh ginger served over brown rice…

  237. Abbe Smith says

    Eggplant, onion, mushroom and garlic in curry sauce. With some chick peas thrown in for good measure!

  238. Diane says

    My favorite stir fry is any mixture our daughter Susie puts together. Most of them have a Thai flavor. She is a junior in HS and is an awesome cook. I taught her the basics and she has by far past me up in creativity and the ability to put seasonings and flavors together.

    I love your heart Elana and your passion for family and food.
    Blessings :)

  239. Jan Dittloff says

    I like asparagus in any stir fry preferred with beef but all vegies are definitely good.

  240. Jenny says

    My favourite vegetable stir-fry is onions, mushrooms, carrots, celery, red bell pepper, fresh ginger and garlic. I make a little bit of sauce with tamari, chili paste and paprika and throw that in at the very end. Easy, quick, healthy and delicious!

  241. says

    I would have to say my favorite veggie dish is a kale dish you posted over a year ago with cranberries and pine nuts, yummmmm. It was the first time I tried kale and now I’m soooooo addicted to it. I love it any old way even raw! I usually just stir fry it up add the oil, sea salt, nuts, and goji berries. Thank you so much for getting me started on it :-)

  242. says

    One of my favorite kale recipes is : Stir fried kale w/ olive oil…add dijon mustard, about 2 tablespoons, 1/2 teaspoon of honey or agave and cranberries. Stir fry this together and enjoy!!!!

  243. Sachi says

    Carrots, bell peppers, mushrooms, snap peas. That’s the minimum; it covers a nice range of colors!

  244. Sheila says

    My favorite vegetables to saute are bok choy and snow peas. I use some olive oil, tamari and toasted sesame seeds.

  245. Erin says

    That pan would be very niiiice…

    I usually throw in whatever veggies I have taking up space in my fridge and then add some fresh grated ginger and gluten-free tamari. I do enjoy water chestnuts when I have them… for that little bit of extra crunch!

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  246. Vanessa says

    My current favorite is is zuchinni, broccolini or broccoli rabe, portobella mushrooms, sundried tomato topped with feta cheese.

  247. Stephanie says

    I love everything in a stir fry :) I really think it needs to have water chestnuts, whatever else maybe be in it.

  248. Melissa says

    Ooooh, I have been eyeing this pan for a long time; it’s soooo nice! Here’s hoping… Love my stir fry with some lovely beef or chicken, lots of broccoli, onions, carrots, and sugar snaps, garlic, ginger, soy sauce, fish sauce, and a bit of hot stuff over brown rice. Yum! Gotta make some now (in my Not-at-All-Clad pan :)

  249. Vanesza says

    I love to make stir-fry with bok choy, kale, broccoli, shitake mushrooms and carrots. I make an amazing ginger-miso sauce to go with the stir-fry. Thanks for this great giveaway!

  250. Suzanne says

    Thanks so much Elana for posting all your wonderful recipes. I have your almond flour cookbook and have made most of the low and medium sweetness dishes and am hoping and looking forward to your doing a cookbook of savory dishes as well (I’m diabetic and need to cut back on all sweets, even agave). I especially like your apricot tea squares and your banana/blueberry muffins. I would like to enter your saute pan giveaway. My favorite veggie stir fry combo is broccoli, mushrooms, green onions, bean sprouts and sometimes some shredded carrot.

  251. Janet Melin says

    Hi Elana, I have been enjoying your newsletters in my email. My oldest Daughter is Gluten Free and we both look up recipes and information on your website and find it very helpful.

    My favorite vegetable combo for stir-frying is fresh from my garden in summer: Young sliced zucchini, garlic, sugar snap peas, long red noodle beans and young gypsy or banana peppers….sauted in a little coconut oil and sprinkled with ‘tandori masala’ (curry base) spices from White Jasmine (I order online). Mmmmm….

    I too have my pan set from when my husband & I got married almost 33 yrs ago…Luster Craft set – looking a little worn, but my main set of pans we use every day!

    Thanks for your fine posts, and please enter me in your All Clad Pan Giveaway.
    Thanks again,
    Janet

  252. Jackie Doyle says

    Favorite flavor combo? Cauliflower with cocoa and curry powder! I’d love to sautee up a batch of that in a sweet All Clad saute pan!

  253. Tami Jo Eaton says

    I have recently come to love brussel sprouts. I love dicing lots of different colored vegetables (brussels, carrots, onions, bell peppers, yellow beets, spinach) and kind of flash cooking with garlic and olive oil. I still like them to be crunchy, but I like bite sized pieces rather than having a long bell pepper hanging out of my mouth.

  254. LoriC says

    I love Asian greens (any kind from the Asian market) with onions, ginger, and garlic sauteed in toasted sesame oil, then add tamari and rice vinegar – YUM!

  255. Julia says

    Garlic, onions and kale, topped at the end with pine nuts, parmesan and a squeeze of fresh lemon. Simple and delicious.

  256. says

    For me, it is sauted sauer kraut with onions and garlic, and sauer turnips, both with some kind of home made sausages. This size pan would be perfect!

  257. Anna says

    Favorite veggie stir-fry combo:

    carrots
    broccoli
    celery
    onions
    red bell pepper
    water chestnuts
    baby corn

  258. says

    I love putting cashews in with the regular assortment of stir fry veggies. Also, I mix peanut butter with almond milk or coconut milk with ginger and garlic to make a fabulous stir fry sauce. I make it right in the middle of the pan when the veggies are almost done. Add spices and you have a super yummy, healthy stir fry.

  259. says

    my favorite veggie combo is:

    red or white onion
    celery
    bok choy
    eggplant
    mung bean
    broccolini
    red & green bell pepper
    shiitake mushrooms

    [additional: garlic, sesame oil & seeds]

  260. says

    Favorite veggie stirfry – farm fresh carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, yellow squash, zucchini. Pick me! Pick me! *smile*

  261. Varuna says

    As long as it has baby corn in it, I’m happy. But I love baby corn, all colors of sweet peppers, bok choy, water chestnuts, eggplant, and both golden and green beans.

  262. Carol Beasley says

    Our favorite is cubed red potatoes, yellow squash, zucchini, onion and cilantro with Cavenders Greek spice. Yum!

  263. Susan Dawn Wake says

    French green beans, red onions and bacon, with Boursin cheese melted over this at the end.

  264. Susan says

    favorite stir fry is anything with greens, onions, garlic, ginger, sea vegetables, mushrooms… yum.

  265. Nicole says

    My favorite stir-fry involves red peppers, chicken/tofu, roasted cashews with a sauce consisting of oyster sauce and a bit of palm sugar. Soooooo good!!

  266. Sierra says

    My current favorite is carrots, broccoli, edamame, a little onion & garlic, on brown rice! YUM YUM :-)

  267. says

    oooooo! This looks like a FUN one! I can think of loads of things I could make in this!
    Just the other night we did braised collard greens with mushrooms, onions, and garlic – Delicious!
    Paired well with our horseradish and pecan crusted salmon!

  268. Vicki Huennekens says

    I have a small set of these pans, not this one, would love to add it to my kitchen. I’m allergic to onions, garlic & pepper so have to change a lot of things, not much you can substitute for them!

  269. steph says

    I love to buy Trader Joe’s Asian Veggies. I stir fry them with a small amount of sesame oil and coconut aminos. I also add chopped tofu.

  270. Arleen says

    I love red peppers and onions with my kale. Adding a little hoisin and some cashews…heaven!

  271. Yvonne Goodman says

    My Favorite Veggie Stir-Fry
    Saute onions, garlic, wilted FRESH spinach, atop large portabello mushroom over rice, topped with gorgonzola cheese—so wonderful with all the textures. That nice big All-Clad would be so easy…

  272. says

    My favorite stir fry is:
    Beluga Lentils with sliced tri colored peppers,
    Garbanzo Beans, Onions & Carrots served over Brown Rice. Add salt, pepper, oregano and any other spices of choice.

    A sprinkling of crushed red pepper on invidual servings or to taste. That might be too spicy for a child’s palate so leave it off their bowl.

  273. says

    I have DREAMED of owning All Clad pans after seeing my best friend whip up a stir fry with her set!

    My favorite dish is a combination of red peppers, Vidalia onions, green peppers, yellow peppers, yellow squash, zucchini, fresh ground Italian herbs, sauteed in olive oil.

  274. says

    I love stirfry! Shrimp, carrots, bamboo shoots, and green onions are my favorites. You can’t go wrong with bean sprouts and mushrooms either though.

  275. Sarahbear says

    I like traditional stirfry but wow there are some really good suggestions here! Will definitely broaden my horizons! :)

  276. Suzette says

    Love, love, love all veggies, but my favorite is kale! Then again, anything gently sauteed with onions and garlic is awesome. Lately, I have been having fun with indian flavors though… yum!

  277. says

    I love to use chicken, broccoli, a little soy sauce, olive oil, crushed red pepper flakes, watercress, and bell peppers, all served over kelp noodles. Yummo!! Thank you for the contest!!!

  278. carin miller says

    I love sautéing chard with leeks in coconut oil- the coconut oil softens everything and adds a slightly exotic flavor

  279. jeni indresano says

    “asian breakfast” : saute onion, garlic, and a dark green (spinach, chard, or kale), scramble a few eggs in there, add yesterday’s brown rice and splash with some bragg’s aminos. YUM!

  280. Tara says

    Yum these comments are making me hungry! I love just kale with olive oil and lemon and a little salt.

  281. Debora Manzi says

    My favorite Vegetable stir fry includes, bok choy with carrots and onion and celery with toasted sesame oil. the textures combine nicely and the toasted sesame oil gives it an amazing flavor.

  282. Christie says

    I really like asparagus with garlic, onions, and lots of salt and pepper. Nice and simple!

  283. Jess says

    Carrots, Broccoli , green beans, baby bok choy or cabbage (sliced cabbage is one of my favorites because it soaks up the sauce the best and adds an interesting texture),1 can Bamboo shoots , 1 White or yellow Onions, Mushrooms (button or baby bellas, if you use baby bellas then they get thrown in with the hard veggies) and sometimes I will add one red pepper for color and vitamin contrast

    And depending on what style I want to go for:

    Thai: Stir fry garlic, throw in veggies, splash of tamari sauce and fish sauce, and hot peppers. thai basil makes a difference and sometimes I just throw in rice in the end to make a fast fried rice (trick to fried rice is to add tamari sauce to white rice until color is light brown then add to veggies)

    Chinese: Stir fry garlic, veggies, splash of tamari sauce and oyster sauce; sesame oil a drip can make a difference

    Japanese: No garlic. I usually just have a bottle of teriyaki sauce in the house for quick stir fry

  284. Jen Y H says

    I love eggplant (cut into irregular shapes to prevent them from getting suctioned to the bottom of the pan), onion, baby broccoli, and red and green chilies, tossed with minced garlic and sesame oil. Toss in a little fish sauce and a handful of Thai basil at the end. So good.

  285. Heather mathias says

    I love a good pepper stir fry with all orange, green, yellow and red peppers with some jalepenos for a kick!!!

  286. Shanna says

    My favorite stir-fry is really simple. I love to do green, yellow, and red peppers with some onions and garlic. Simple but so yummy.

  287. Graciela says

    My favorite stir fry combo is onion, zucchini, yellow squash, mushrooms, salt, pepper and a pinch of ginger.Delicious!

  288. Heartsong says

    Oh but I have so many favorite veggie stir fry combos, it’s hard to pick. I love kale onions and garlic, that’s for sure. My favorite throw together one the last few days has been yam or carrot with broccoli, purple cabbage, and brussels sprouts. I have been seasoning with Hawaiian sea salt (pink like the Himalayan variety), vegan worcestershire sauce, and vegan hickory smoke flavor. Yum.
    Put me in the drawing please.

  289. Kim Scheideman says

    My favorite stir fry is anything I have growing in my garden (especially kale) with mushrooms and brown rice!! YUM!

  290. Harmony Patterson says

    I love to start with carrots, onion, ginger and garlic as a base. Shitake mushrooms always add a nice flavor at the end.

  291. Bett says

    My fave veggie stir fry is really simple.

    I lightly steam broccoli, saute BIG slices of garlic cloves (5 or more cloves per person, the broccoli seems to make the garlic completely mild) in extra virgin olive oil, then add back the steamed broccoli and throw whatever cooked pasta I feel like in the pan for the last few minutes. This is good if you’re cooking the pasta then or have it in the fridge. Also a way to use up leftover rice or other grains.

  292. April says

    My favorite combo is shrimp, pineapple, red pepper, onions, garlic, and snow peas with gluten free schezwan sauce

  293. Linda says

    I’m glad you’ve had such great success with this cookware. I’ve heard nothing but great things!

    I’m not sure there’s a favorite, most any veggies that are in the fridge fit in quite nicely. The newest addition has been brussel sprouts of all things. Never cared for them growing up, but with some onions and carrots for color, I can’t seem to get enough of them. :)

  294. Jeanne J says

    My favorite stir (water-saute) fry combination is: onions, garlic, mushrooms, carrots, broccoli and snap peas…with this dressing made in the blender (5 mins): walnuts, green onion, lemon balsamic, garlic, dijon mustard, rice wine vinegar, touch of best olive oil.

  295. says

    Simply divine: cabbage in peanut oil topped with a drizzle of satay sauce. Sometimes a bit of bacon and onion for a difference.

  296. Annie Wales says

    Asparagus, snow peas, cauliflower, broccoli, julienne carrots with garlic or grated ginger (depending on my mood). I stay away from soy because I’m allergic to it, but wish I could find a substitute that really worked!

  297. Emilie Schimmel says

    Anything with green peas is awesome! I often do zucchini, peas, green onions, garlic, and spinach…grate a bit of fresh parm, dash of veggie broth, toss with gluten free gnocci or brown basamati rice. Good way to eat your greens :). Thanks for a great start to 2011 Elana!

  298. liz f. says

    i’d say my favorite is something simple, broccoli and carrots, mushrooms and bamboo shoots. even better tossed in a little peanut sauce at the end! thanks for the chance to win!

  299. Abigail says

    Fave stir fry combo? Chicken, ginger, fresh spinach, water chestnuts. I add shoyu, rice vinegar, and chili paste.

  300. Meggin says

    lately…baby corns, fresh water chestnuts from the asian store, green snaps, broccoli, a few mushrooms, onion, garlic, ginger, braggs liquid amino’s…when broccoli is still bright green then I add coconut milk and some red curry paste. Serve over brown rice..yummy stir fry that tastes like thai food to me….mmmmm throw in some chicky or shrimp if you want….mmm I want:) thanks!

  301. Tammy Lou McIlwain says

    If I am lucky enough to get the All clad sauce pan I would start with the Kale it’s one of my favorites. Then my next dish would be asparagus spears cut into pieces sauted with walnuts, either raisins or dried cranberries and carmelized onions. Yummy! Wish I had a kitchen in my office! Thanks for all the EASY celiac recipes Elana.

    • Ellen says

      Whoops. I hit submit too soon. My favorite stir fries usually start with coconut oil, onion, garlic, ginger, crushed red pepper, chicken thighs or shrimp, bell pepper, broccoli, kale and/or bok choy and tamari. I’ve had that for dinner twice this week already in fact!

  302. Jami Fynboh says

    I love to stir-fry baby bok choy and garlic in coconut oil. My daughter goes crazy for it!
    Happy New Year to all!

  303. Elizabeth Richardson says

    All Clad is wonderful – Lucky someone will have a treasure for life!

    It is hard to say what my favorite stir fry is – no one is the same as the last when I make it – It is usually anything that is in the crisper drawer!!! – However, I really love butter squash, sweet potatoes, beets, onions, mushrooms and garlic! I learned of the combination recently when they had a demonstration chef at the local Farmer’s Market!

  304. Carol Kimball says

    My favorite stir-fry: Saute red kidney beans in olive oil, add some cooked brown rice, steamed cauliflower, salt & pepper or veggie salt to taste and stir mixture until heated through. Serve warm and top with parmesan cheese.

  305. Christina says

    I love caramelizing single ingredients like caramelized onions; colorful julienned bell peppers; or mushrooms. I love eating these on burgers or with eggs in the morning.

  306. Alice Davis says

    My favorite stir-fry is when our garden is producing well. From the garden, I use onions, zucchini, crooked-neck squash and tomatoes. Makes a lovely dish for company! I might also throw in a little fresh chard. It is a nice colorful addition, not to mentrion it being healthy!!!

  307. Monica says

    I am a stir fry freak!! I can’t go one day without it. I am not kidding. I have to have at least one bowl of it with brown rice a day.
    My stir fry: green, yellow, orange, and red bell peppers; broccoli; green beans; white and red onions; zucchini; and sometimes with spinach and bok choy.

  308. says

    My daughter is finishing a natural chef program and living on her own. She is trying to begin to “create” her kitchen and I am such a fan of my All-Clad cookware that I know she would love this saute pan as well! What a great start it would be for her! Thanks for the chance to win the fry pan.

  309. Maggie says

    I’m just getting bold enough to try kale. I’m going to fix your recipe in the next couple of days.

  310. says

    These all sound delicious – so many possibilities. I like to start with grapeseed oil (higher heat tolerance) onions and garlic of course! then mushrooms and zuchini, herbamare then add rainbow kale at the very end just to steam really. Serve sprinkled with sesame seeds and Bragg’s.
    enjoy!

  311. Taryn says

    What a gorgeous looking pan!

    My favourite mix right now is sweet vidalia onion, garlic, brussel sprouts, kale and broccoli sprinkled with hemp seeds. Yum!

  312. Neveen says

    right now i’m all about the winter/root veggies – parsnip, butternut squash and other squashes, fennel mixed with carrots, onions, garlic and chili pepper.

    also a lo mein style dish with spaghetti squash instead of rice noodles.

  313. says

    Oops! forgot to leave my favorite stir fry du jour! With the winters bounty of greens I love to saute Italian Kale in coconut oil with leeks. Then I add a splash of really rich aged balsamic salt and pepper, red pepper flakes, dried cranberries and a sprinkling of toasted sunflower seeds (pine nuts are through the roof expensive this year and sunflower seeds are a super food). We savored it last night and licked the plate!

  314. GogoTara says

    Sugar snap peas, water chestnuts, bean sprouts,zucchini, and carrots. Simple and delicious.

  315. Carmen Butler says

    We love stir frying in the fall when all of the different colors of peppers are affordable. Our favorite stir fry dish includes lots of colorful peppers, carrot circles and baby broccolis.

  316. Neveen says

    right now i’m all about the winter/root veggies – parsnip, butternut squash and other squashes or fennel mixed with carrots, onions, celery, garlic and chili pepper.

    also like subbing spaghetti squash for rice noodles.

  317. says

    I start with sesame & or coconut oil ~ lots of fresh garlic ~ a significant amt of cumin seed …red/orange peppers, cabbage, onions, fennel [whole/fresh], chucks of beets & squash, & when mostly cooked, adding precooked quinoa. THAT is what I like.

  318. Sophie says

    My Favorite Stir Fry Combo~
    mushrooms
    broccoli
    bean sprouts
    red peppers
    water chestnuts
    &&&
    BRAGGS Liquid Aminos

    PTL!

  319. KateyB says

    My family is obsessed with collard greens sauteed with bacon, shallots and BBQ sauce. My mouth is watering just writing this!

  320. roobaroo says

    i love to start up a stirfry with onions and bell peppers (or any peppers) and anything added to that will be yummy

  321. Keri says

    One of my favorite stirfries is bok choy, carrots, onions, mushrooms, ginger…and boy, would I <3 to do it in an All-Clad pan!

  322. Barbara says

    I love so many vegetables, but I think my favorites for stir fry are mushrooms, onions, zucchini, carrots, plus adding some nuts. Okay, I’m hungry.

  323. Paige Harrison says

    Our Farmer’s Market here in Santa Monica has some great Chanterelles right now. I like to saute them with cauliflower florets in olive oil. It comes out very rich, almost meaty tasting, which is great for a mixed vegetarian/carnivore crowd.

  324. Jordan says

    When I do a stir-fry I like to slice up carrots, baby corn, water chestnuts, celery, mushrooms and onions. My husband adds peppers to his.

  325. Nancy Hawthorne says

    I’m a freak for garlic, broccoli and carrots but just about any combination would work.

  326. sue says

    I LOVE the one all clad pan I have. Our favorite veggie stir fry combo is snow peas, mushrooms, garlic, onion, ginger, cabbage, kale.

  327. Kris says

    My favorite vegetable stirfry combo is anything from my garden, but especially in the spring when I have pea pods, green onions, broccoli and swiss chard. I like it with toasted walnuts or almonds.

  328. says

    My favorite combo is basically whatever I have in the fridge at the moment, but usually involves at least some onions, garlic, mushrooms and kale!

  329. Teresa Andrasiki says

    I will use any and all vegetables on hand to stir fry, but my main staples are fresh elephant garlic and a very good extra virgin olive oil. Anything tastes tremendous with these two flavorista’s!

  330. says

    My husband is the one with celiac. I am on Weight Watchers, so we need to use healthy foods, and gluten free items. We often add quinoa to our stir frys to bulk them up a bit, whatever vegetables are in the house, plus we loved your kale recipe. My husband doesn’t care for fish, but I will add fish into my stir frys once in awhile. When we are rushed for time, the new Betty Crocker boxed stir frys come in handy,too.

    We have really enjoyed your website. Please don’t give our email address to anyone. We had our identity stolen a few years ago. It was a nightmare getting everything back on track.

  331. says

    One of my favorite stir fry combos is fresh garden collards thinly sliced, onions thinly sliced, carrots cut matchstick style and minced garlic all slowly cooked in toasted sesame oil with a splash of soy sauce.

  332. Dawn Christenson says

    My favorite veggie stir fry combo is baby bok choy, slivers of garlic, onion, roasted red peppers and slivers of almonds, love it, and would love to make it in the all-clad saute pan! Thanks for all you do for so many Elana.

  333. Doreen Goodhue says

    My favorite stir fry combo is mushroom, zuccini, bell pepper, onion and a teriaki style sauce. :o)
    Doreen.

  334. says

    I love a chicken and vegetables stir fry with
    coconut milk, fave veggies in it would be onion,
    zucchini, asparagus, and anything else that looks
    good at the farmers market. Yum!

    Would love an all clad pan! Don’t have any,
    and finances don’t allow at present, but have
    heard great things about.

  335. Melanie Baumunk says

    My favorite stir-fry veggie combo includes broccoli, asparagus, cauliflower, carrots, onion, and green pepper. My kids like it when I add corn (they prefer baby corn, but the grown-ups prefer regular corn) but that is optional. I love to also add mushrooms! Yum! Now you are making me hungry- time to get thinking about dinner! :)

  336. says

    Right now, I’m crazy about stir-fried brocolli with garlic and some flaming hot chili sauce on top. Yum! Love the All-Clad giveaway. It’s my favorite brand of pots & pans. Fingers are crossed.

  337. Johanna Hafey says

    My favorite stir-fry combo is whatever vegetable is in season, shallots, garlic, olive oil, white wine, salt and pepper…mmmmm. Johanna

  338. says

    My very favorite stir fry is walnut oil, garlic, onion, kale, yellow and red bell peppers, any available veggies in the fridge all mixed with red quinoa made with coconut milk instead of water. After it is all mixed add walnut pieces to the top. Yummmm!

  339. says

    Slced Brussels sprouts and sliced onion, sauteed in a little olive oil, then add some broth to finish cooking, but don’t overcook. Good as a side as is, or mix with gluten free Pasta Joy. I sometimes serve with carrots and black beans.

  340. says

    My favorite combo is whatever happens to be in my produce drawer at the moment! I like to season it with balsamic vinegar and olive oil, or coconut aminos and black pepper.
    Thanks for another great giveaway!

  341. Lindsay Phillips says

    Happy New Year Elana and everyone else!!!

    I like to pack stirfry’s with as many veggies as possible. This week we had a veggie stirfry with coloured peppers, cauliflower, carrots, bok choy, water chesnuts and baby corn.

    I know the water chesnuts and baby corn are probably not great since they are canned but my mom used to make stiry with them and I enjoy the extra. : )

  342. Gerri says

    My favorite stir fry combo is: celery, onions, carrots, and bok choy! Then i throw in chick peas for some protein.

  343. Alynn says

    My favorite stir fry changes by season. Now that it is winter … kale, butternut squash, mushrooms, onion and garlic.

  344. Michelle says

    My favorite combo is Fennel, shallots, carrot, pancetta and sausage. When that’s sauteed, I add crushed tomatoes, bay leaf, and lentils..yum

  345. says

    I love spinach stir fried with strips of red peppers, onions, mushrooms & garlic. You can virtually add any type of protein to this. Shrimp, chicken, pork, beef or even tofu (if you like tofu. lol)

  346. Jenn Strilchuk says

    My favorite combo is carrots, onions, garlic, peppers, snap peas, broccoli, kale and a little wheat free tamari sauce served over a bed of short grain brown rice or quinoa……YUM!

  347. Pam Baggett says

    Thanks for a new way to use kale! We’re trying to eat more greens, but get bored with the same-old Southern-style greens or beans-and-greens routine. I’m planning on giving the stir-fry a try this weekend.

  348. ~M says

    Oooh, another giveaway! My favorite vegetable stir-fry includes baby bok choy, garlic, and maybe some red, yellow, or orange peppers for color. Mushrooms are good too!

  349. Ash Lee Short says

    Being celiac now with cholesterol issues and two heart stents , I love the combination of Bok Choy, garlic, green onion and sometimes coarsely shredded carrot. I may add egg whites to make a full meal of the dish.
    I really love your website. Keep up the good work

  350. says

    Loved your recent article about walking. It is encouraging to see how something so simple and free and make a significant difference in our lives. Keep the good news coming!

    Deb

  351. Nicole says

    My all time favorite is kale with garlic and red chili flakes…
    Which requires a very big pan b/c the kale starts out so big! I LOVE kale. Thank you for offering so many ways to use it. yum!

  352. Audrey says

    My favorite stir fry is Chinese brocolli with sauteed shrimps or sliced beef, 3 TBSP of chicken broth thicken with starch for gravy.

  353. Karen says

    Favorite veggie stir fry? Gotta have broccoli, onions, and mushrooms of any kind. For extra color, throw in some carrots or tomatoes. It may sound like same-old same-old but nothing’s better!

  354. ali says

    My favorite veggie stirfry is kale, brocoli, spinach, carrots, and daikon with onion, garlic, soy sauce, toasted sesame oil and chili flakes.

  355. Lori says

    My favorite stirfry is with fresh zucchini from the garden. I love to throw in garlic scallions, mushrooms, sesame seeds with some chicken and mushrooms.

  356. jodie campbell says

    Since my 18 year old son tried to make some chicken fried steak for the first time and almost set the kitchen on fire and destroyed a pot and pan, I could really use a new one. Hey, at least he is trying!

  357. Jennifer says

    I can’t wait to try the kale dish that you posted recently. That’s bound to be a new favorite. Thanks!

  358. lsso says

    We love caramelized onion with colorful peppers, (green, red, orange , yellow) and garlic, tasted great and looks so pretty.

  359. Joy Nicol says

    I like brocolli, ginger, garlic, ….maybe carrots, bok choy…Anything with ginger and garlic in the mix is lovely!! Thank you for this wonderful opportunity!

  360. Stephanie L. says

    What a great giveaway! We have so many favorites but lately I’ve made sauteed red/green cabbage with garlic, chicken and cashews seasoned with sea salt and pepper. Another is sauteed green beans, sweet red peppers (both home grown), sliced beef and walnuts seasoned with chopped garlic, pepper and sea salt.

  361. Pat Bishon says

    My absolute favorite combination: onions + red pepper + broccoli

    It’s the basis for:
    Italian…..add tomatoes or tomato sauce
    Chinese…..add ginger & snow peas
    Indian……add curry, peas & coconut milk
    Greek…….add feta cheese

    Serve over rice or gluten-free pasta.

    The additions & versatility are endless.

    Pat

  362. Jen P says

    When I studied in Ireland, one of my favorite student meals was an onion-mushroom-corn combination with a curry sauce. I have no idea where I got that idea from, but it was actually pretty good.

  363. Marione Shanhart says

    My favorite stir-fry veggies are a little bit of garlic, onions, celery, slivered carrots, red pepper, zucchini and broccoli. Love that pan!!! Thank you, Elana, and thanks for your fabulous website!!!

  364. Ashley says

    I love brocolli, snap peas, red pepper, water chestnuts, julianne carrots, and zuchinni in my stir fry recipes.

  365. Kristie Benner says

    Broccoli, carrots, onions, garlic, ginger, and chicken with a splash of chili and gluten free soy sauce.

  366. Jan Mumma says

    Wow! So many terrific ideas for stir fry. I usually stick with traditional onions, celery, carrots, broccoli, red bell pepper, ginger, garlic and chicken. I add zucchini when my plants are producing late summer. That pan looks like you could cook some great meals in it.

  367. Brenda says

    Favorite vegetables to stir fry: greens with garlic and ginger. All-Clad pans
    are great and last forever.

  368. GFKirsten says

    Green, red and yellow bell peppers and onions. To be added to a lovely egg scramble breakfast burrito on a corn tortilla. Mmmm.

  369. says

    A butt load of fresh spinach sauteed with olive oil, garlic, pine nuts and currants…plus a little rice vinegar, gluten free soy sauce and chicken stock. Heaven!!!!!!!!!

  370. says

    Stir Fry…..Hmm. I use coconut oil to saute with a Tbspn of water or so, my favorite veggies are Garlic, Onion, squash, small tomatoe, cauli, and broccoli, I sometimes add either Kelp or Seaweed (frozen) then I top it off with Quinoa,(cooked) this way I get my full protein too.

  371. Elise says

    I usually go really simple – broccoli in butter, fresh salt and pepper. My husband doesn’t like sauteed greens by themselves – a tragic happenstance for me!!

  372. JenC says

    My favorite stir fry is pretty basic because that is what the kids love. I usually use chicken, broccoli, snow peas, and carrots. I make a sauce with agave, arrowroot, wheat free low sodium soy sauce, and of course ginger. Serve over brown rice and the kids love it.

  373. shaindy says

    My favorite stir fry is a combination of onions, squash and sweet potatoes. Simply delicious.

  374. says

    My favorite stir-fry is actually more of a fried rice. I use brown rice, GF soy sauce, and a ton of veggies- carrots, celery, onion, yellow squash, peas, garlic- plus whatever spices sound good at the time. It’sa pretty great!

  375. Rebecca says

    I love to start with garlic and onions, then add in whatever else is handy. Mushrooms, broccoli, tofu, snow peas..

  376. Rebecca says

    I love zucchini, mushrooms, and garlic together. Often my teenage daughter will run into the grocery store for a few items while I sit in the van and a read book to my 2 young boys. She thinks it’s funny because I write “crazy mushrooms” on the list, and the cashiers usually ask her what kind they are.

  377. Kiersti says

    Really – anything I have in the fridge. Just did a great meal stretching stir fry last night for the kids that had carrots, chard, green onions and mushrooms. I mixed that with a little bit of leftover chow mien and they loved it. Nearly fell out of my chair when the kids were YUMMING over SWISS CHARD!

  378. Pink plus Green says

    Tofu, edamame, onions, garlic, broccoli, gf soy sauce, leftover greens, and water chestnuts.

  379. Mary says

    My favorite is squash, zucchini, and onions sauteed in olive oil and butter. Serve it with rice and some grilled chicken and it’s delicious. My family loves it!!

  380. Judy says

    I like to saute onions then add cauliflower, letting the cauliflower brown a little — then adding white wine and covering for a few minutes.

    All-Clad is wonderful — everything I cook in my pans tastes so good, and the pans are so easy to clean!

  381. Sarah Sailer says

    A favorite combo lately is fresh chopped garlic, fresh chopped ginger, a drizzle of toasted sesame oil, green onions, and bok choy. A splash of Liquid Aminos at the end!

  382. Rhonda says

    Favorite veggies in a stir fry:
    (summer version) swt onion, garlic, carrots, bok choy, pea pods, more garlic and gr onions
    (winter version) shallots, golden beets, carrots, parsnips and chard
    I usually add cheese and put over a cup of cooked rice for a meal.

  383. Mary R says

    My favorite stir-fry combo? Pretty much anything combined with olive oil, garlic, onions and hot red pepper flakes!

  384. says

    One of my favs is chicken, bell peppers, onions, water chestnuts, snow and/or snap peas, green beans, carrots!

  385. says

    Thai Chicken for Two is our fave!

    Ingredients
    2 Organic Chicken Breasts (cut into small 1 inch pieces)
    1/2-1 cup Quinoa or Basmati Rice
    1 bottle of Trader Joe’s Thai Red Curry Sauce (or other gluten free Thai sauce)
    Veggies of your choice (I use Squash & Zucchini, 2 of each)
    1 Onion (diced) & 1/2 Red Pepper (diced or cut into strips)
    2 Cloves of Garlic
    Olive Oil

  386. Valene says

    Fresh from my garden carrots, red, yellow, & orange peppers, red and green onions, broccoli, cauliflower, green & yellow summer squash and tomatoes with fresh parley & basil is my favorite stir fry. The fresh garden vegetables and herbs make it especially delightful.

  387. Phyllis says

    Wow, an All-Clad giveaway, that’s great. I could so use that pan to saute a new creation of mine. It’s a combo of pine nuts, basil, onion and spinach with a touch of olive oil & salt & pepper. I’ve also been doing a lot of soups lately and it would be great to have a non-teflon pan to saute the onions and butternut squash for my butternut squash soups. The options are endless in this household. Oh, and I tried the kale recipe – DELISH! I had never had kale before so I really didn’t know what I was missing until yesterday! Keep ’em coming!

  388. Julie says

    I’m thinking of doing more vegetarian recipes, so a pan like this would be WONDERFUL! My absolute favorite veggie is zucchini, and we always like to throw in mushrooms, garlic and onions. :)

  389. tracy says

    My kids love this simple stir fry of just broccoli, carrots, garlic, olive oil, raw almonds and sea salt! And I love it because it quick!

  390. says

    My favorite vegetable stir fry combination is kale, mushrooms, garlic, and ginger! It’s nice with a little bit of soy sauce or fish sauce, too.

  391. Susan says

    One of these days I’m going to try those kale recipes! Perhaps this pan is all I need for inspiration…LOL!

  392. says

    Hi Elana,
    Love your blog and recipes. I also love the All Clad pan giveaway. I don’t own any All Clad but am dying to get some. It’s top quality and made in the USA, which is the best reason to get it.

    I would love to have that pan for stir frying because that size can fit lots of veggies. No need to cook in batches means shorter cooking time and faster eating time.

    My favorite stir fry veggie combo is onion, bell pepper, carrot, zuccini, cabbage and kale. I pull it all together with a spoonful of Wok Mei Hoisin sauce, which I believe is gluten free, a little soy sauce and a splash of toasted sesame oil. If I want some heat I add some Huy Fong Sambal Oelek. This is a delightful and satisfying combination of textures and flavors. I always hope there is some leftover for lunch the next day because it’s addictively delicious.

    I hope I win that All Clad pan. I would immediately put it to good use! Thanks for a great blog!
    Eve Crispin
    Key Largo, FL

  393. says

    My favorite stir-fry combo is chicken (marinated in asian wine, soy sauce and corn starch), celery, onions, carrots and mushrooms. Then I top it with sliced almonds and serve over rice.

  394. Pam Raymond says

    My favorite veggie stir fry combo is kale, sweet potatoes, garlic, ginger, a little soy sauce and sesame oil, and tofu.

  395. Julie says

    Our favorite vegetable stir fry combination is water chestnuts, bean sprouts, broccoli, bell peppers, tomatoes, and bamboo shoots. Mmmm, yummy!!!

  396. Ginette says

    Our favorite stir-fried vegetable is green beans with olive oil and slivered almonds. Stir-fried asparagus in olive oil with a dash of lemon juice is a close second!

  397. Sheila Herb says

    My favorite stir fry vegetable combination is kale, mushrooms, onion, garlic, carrots, white wine sauted in olive oil.

  398. says

    COCONUT CURRY VEGETABLES from PF Chang’s
    (I am not good at making stir-fry – maybe 2011 will be the year I master it…)
    Stir-fried mixed vegetables, crispy silken tofu and peanuts in a vegetarian coconut curry sauce
    So yum!!!

  399. Sherri says

    My favorite stir-fry veggies are: broccoli, red bell pepper, purple onions, bean sprouts, carrots, fresh garlic and ginger root.

  400. says

    I love making stir-fry with broccoli, onions, peas, spinach, mushrooms and tomatoes! Lots of garlic, red pepper flakes and some shrimp and I serve over barley or quinoa or rice.

  401. Allyson says

    My finace loves onions and peppers so my stir fry usually starts with that as a base. I try to throw in new options each, trying to see what i can get away with before he notices something to different in there. We have a new goal of trying a new veggie every week in January and February.
    I love sauteing some onions with kale or chard and sprinkling with a little nutmeg. It goes great with a roasted pork loin with blackberries!

  402. Karen says

    Generally “whatever veggies are in the house,” but are usually, onions, bell peppers, broccoli and green beans at least.

  403. Joan Viers says

    I love to cook cabbage. I saute it in a bit of water, then steam it until cooked, drain and add tumeric, curry, and chili powder – Stir and eat!

  404. Claire says

    I often stir-fry onions, garlic, mushrooms, red, yellow, or green peppers, brocolli, cauliflower, and sugar-snap peas. I seasom with a grinding of black pepper, some teriyaki sauce and a sprinkling of lime juice. I enjoy it over browned tofu cubes.

  405. says

    Hi Elana!!! My favorite combination for a stir fry continues to be the basic organic veggies: onions, garlic, carrots, broccoli, mushrooms and red peppers. I like to stir fry in ghee (organic butter used to make ghee) a little bit of ground cumin. I then top it with a favorite cheese, let it melt and sprinkle with smoked paprika. Easy, quick and healthy!! Happy New Year…

  406. Jackie Carlisle says

    My favorite stir fry vegetables are Vidalia onion, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, yellow bell pepper, mushrooms, and garlic using Smart Balance. I will eat this mixture as a topping to baked potatoes, or add to scrambled eggs for a Tex Mex version.

  407. Leslie Hogan says

    I love alll veggie stir frys…but honestly, my absolute favorite that I eat practically daily, is simply spinach and butter. I eat it like candy…really. Kind of crzy, buuut Oh So good. : )

  408. Mary says

    I just made your recipe “sauteed Kale” and love it! I also like to experiment with my new favourite “grass-fed Ghee” instead of olive oil which changes the flavour entirely of all my regular stir-fry’s.

  409. Claire Roman says

    Having just been diagnosed with a rare type of cancer, I’ve been using vegetable combinations that are anti-angiogenic. This is a healthy “formula” that is both cancer-fighting and delicious:

    olive oil or grapeseed oil
    onions
    garlic
    mushrooms (all types -especially maitaki and shitake)
    broccoli
    cauliflower
    Kale
    Bok Choy

    I sautee these ingredients and put them over brown rice or boiled lentils

    • Adrienne says

      This sounds delectable! I’m always looking for ways to increase the healthfulness of my cooking. Thanks for the tip and “to your health”!! :)

  410. Latia Daquila says

    I love to stir fry multi-colored bell peppers with carrots and snow peas for good color. I love mushrooms, not very colorful but love them in stir fry.

  411. Marylyn, CT says

    My favorite stir fry veggies are onions, fennel, shallots and grape tomatoes. I serve it either with rice noodles or grilled fish!

  412. Sandy says

    my favorite veggie stir fry is mushrooms, onions and spinach with rice noodles in a garlic and olive oil sauce

  413. Barbara says

    My favorite combo is carrots, cauliflower (with a sprinkle of cayenne), zucchini, green beans, kale and garlic. Salt and pepper, also, of course.

  414. Cathy says

    My current favorite combo is carrots, broccoli, orange/yellow pepper, garlic and spinach served with quinoa :)

  415. Sharon says

    My favorite stir fried vegetables are mushrooms, onions, carrots, garlic, zucchini, broccoli and snap peas (or other veggies are in the house) all sauteed in a little olive oil, thickened with broth, coconut aminos, and arrowroot. This pan looks great!

  416. Adrienne says

    My favorite veggie stir fry combo: baby bok choy, shitake mushrooms and bamboo shoots sauteed in peanut oil. I made a sauce that I love: Ty Ling plum/duck sauce, sesame oil and tamari combined. I serve this with brown rice. It’s delicious with Cloud Dancer 2008 pinot noir. Dessert? Prunes of course!! The flavor compliments the aftertaste of the stir fry and goes well with the wine. Guilt-free :)

  417. Ellen Wilhelm says

    Current favorite – shitake mushrooms, green onion, fresh ginger, garlic, and lots of baby spinach (or any on-hand greens) all sauteed in olive oil with some salt and pepper. Stir in some tofu noodles at the end. Can also season with some gluten free hot sauce or tamari depending on your or your family’s tastes. This is yummy, healthy and satisfying.

  418. Kandace says

    My favorite stir fry includes cabbage, green onions, carrots, broccoli and red peppers. Stir fry in coconut oil and add garlic and Braggs.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win this pan!

  419. says

    My favorite stir-fry combo? Wow, that’s hard! I pretty much like it all!

    But if I gotta pick, I think it’d go with onion, tomato, mushrooms, & zuchini with some bacon. Delicious!

  420. says

    What a fantastic giveaway!

    My favorite quick veggie stir fry is usually onions, garlic, broccoli and mushrooms (sometimes I add snap peas or zucchini too, if I have it sitting around) with a light sauce in the sesame or peanut family.

  421. Ellie says

    leeks and spinach!!! saute the leeks until crispy, add the spinach, cook for a minute more, and voila!!! mmmmmmmm.

    • Kerstin says

      This sounds delicious – I will try it for dinner tonight! Thanks for the idea, Kerstin:-)

  422. Brenda says

    Elana,
    Thank you for having this blog. I have enjoyed your comments and recipes for about a year now and I have had wonderful experiences with your recipes. I also like reading some of the comments left here.

    My most favorite go to for stir-fry would have to be anything in the fridge. Usually I buy my vegetables, and when I get home I wash them ,spin-dry them and slice, dice, chop, or julienne, so they will fit into my containers in the fridge. This way when I get home from work I won’t have to prepare them too much. When I fix a pot of rice with my rice cooker, I usually fill it up to the max and separate it into 1 cup portions and freeze it. I usually keep a bag in my fridge to use quickly for any meal. It can also be thawed in in little bit on the counter or a few in the microwave. I don’t like to heat it too much because stir-fried rice is better cold until you cook it so the grains separate easily.

    The combination that I just adore is green curly Kale, Carrots, Onions, & Rice. These ingredients I usually have all ready to go since they are my favorites.

    I hope you try this one sometime and enjoy.

  423. Lia Levy says

    Hi Elana,love your posts!

    My fav veggie stir-fry combination is shitake, bamboo shoots,ginger,
    bean sprouts, bok choy and spring onions. Sometimes I add cabbage
    or fresh cucumbers. Yummy!

  424. Alyson says

    Ooh, I want! My favorite stirfry combo (currently) is mushrooms of all varieties, garlic, shallots, spinach, and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar and olive oil. Umami!

  425. says

    My favorite stir fry combo would be, sliced carrots, broccoli, mushrooms and red onion. I stir fry them in a combo of raw butter and olive oil, then put them on a bed of brown rice and pour a little coconut aminos on it….yum!

  426. says

    what a gorgeous pan! i love to stir-fry broccoli, carrots, mushrooms and snow peas in ginger, garlic, and sesame oil. i’ve got to try your kale recipe, though!

  427. Jane says

    Happy New Year!
    My current favourite is something very simple but incredibly good- a friend from the Ukraine told me about it: shredded green cabbage and grated carrots. For two people use 1/2 head of cabbage, fine chop as if for coleslaw, then throw it in a medium hot pan with olive oil. Meanwhile grate 3-4 carrots and throw them in. Season with salt and pepper, saute until crisp-tender and some bits are caramelized. The small amt of carrot adds just the right amt of sweetness and as simple as it is.. wow.
    Here’s another idea- not strictly stir fry but also wow. My local food co-op makes this one (Bellingham Community Food Co-op), a wild rice and kale salad. I’ve not yet made it but had it many times and could swear the kale is sauteed a bit, the texture. It must just be that the lemon juice in the dressing tenderizes it.

    Wild Rice and Kale Salad
    1 cup wild rice
    8 cups kale, shredded
    ½ cup red pepper, diced
    ½ cup green onions, chopped
    3 cups boiling water
    salt to taste

    Dressing:
    3 Tbsp lemon juice
    3 Tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
    2 tsp sea salt
    1 tsp black pepper

    Rinse rice well, add to 3 cups boiling water, simmer 50- 60 mins until kernels just puff open. Fluff with a fork. Simmer for five add’l minutes, then drain any remaining water. Set aside to cool.
    Whisk together dressing ingredients. Toss cooked rice with dressing until coated and loose. Add shredded kale and toss. Add rest of ingredients and toss.

  428. says

    I received your cookbook for Christmas! So happy about it!

    I have to agree with you, I LOVE kale. I add in some mushrooms along with garlic and onions to it and stir fry it up!

  429. Julie says

    My favorite stir fry combo uses mushrooms, snow peas,red pepper, onion, garlic, and chicken sauteed in coconut oil.

  430. Maria says

    My favorite summer combo is leeks, tomatoes, zucchini, and summer squash with some olive oil and garlic. Yum!

  431. Cindi says

    Fresh asparagus & fresh green beans stir fried in olive oil with garlic & lemon! Sometimes I add in chicken.

  432. Kerstin says

    I admit that any vegetable and thinly sliced meat is my favorite – I haven’t discovered one I like better than others. But my favorite combination always contains bell peppers and mushrooms (both of which my son picks out) and whatever veggies are in the fridge.

  433. Elizabeth King says

    My favourite stir fry is chicken,onion, celery, peppers peas,carrots,beans & broccoli if I have it on hand. thanks for the chance to win that gorgeous all-clad saute pan. I could put it to good use.
    Elizabeth King

  434. michelle bruns says

    Coconut oil, fresh spinach, sliced carrots, asparagus, cooked chicken breast(from the night before), italian seasoning, & sea salt!

  435. Susan Nofziger says

    My favorite stir fry that I have for lunch a lot this time of year is this:

    rice or quinoa

    1-2 T olive, peanut or sesame oil
    1-2 T tamari
    1-2 T peanut or almond butter
    garlic and onions (or powder if I’m in a hurry)
    frozen mixed veggies from Cascadian Farms

    If I’m really hungry I’ll throw in some chicken or even seeds!

  436. Carrie says

    I guess I don’t really have a favorite, I like just about anything. I haven’t done much with Kale though, so I’ll have to try that.

  437. fay campbell says

    Any sauteed veggies you like (onions, garlic, red/yellow peppers, zucchini, mushrooms, peas, nuts) along with lightly steamed kale and thinly sliced beef, chicken, or sliced marinated, baked tofu.

  438. KellyBelly says

    Last summer is when I 1st started making lots of stir fries because I started gardening with a friend and had so many great veggies. The combo eaten most included onion, garlic, bell pepper, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, yellow squash, cashews and I tried to like eggplant in it, but that is one veggie I gave up on for awhile. thanks

  439. Linda W. says

    Absolute favorite is “zucchini” ribbons sauteed w/olive oil & dusted with grated parmesan.

  440. TishD says

    I love a melange of winter root vegetables, with or without an added protein. For example: carrots, rutabaga, sweet potatoes, parsnips,with some broccoli for color.

  441. Pam says

    I love any sauteed veggies, especially anything with onions. I do have a great Stir Fried Green Bean recipe that my whole famiy loves!

  442. MCA says

    I’m still trying to get the stir-fry down pat…it seems to turn out different every time. However, I always love a heap of garlic and ginger in it.

  443. Kimberly Walker says

    You say TOMATOE, I say TOF-ATOE

    Ingredients:

    2-1/2 cups whole red grape tomatoes, yellow pear tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, and/or small yellow tomatoes
    1 Tbsp. olive oil
    1/4 cup finely chopped sweet onion
    1 clove garlic, minced
    1 tsp. snipped fresh thyme
    2 Tbsp. chopped fresh spicy basil (or 1/2-1 Tbsp. dried)
    1/4 tsp. sea-salt
    1/4 tsp. black pepper
    2 oz. tofu, cut into 1/2-inch cubes

    Directions:

    Halve the grape, pear, and/or cherry tomatoes or cut small yellow tomatoes into wedges; set aside. In a large skillet heat oil over medium heat for 2 minutes. Add onion, garlic,and thyme; cook and stir for 2 to 3 minutes or until onion is tender.

    Add tomatoes, spicy basil, salt, and pepper. Cook and stir for 1 to 2 minutes or until tomatoes are just warmed. Remove from heat. Stir in tofu (by stirring the cubes in the pan they will gather up the loose spices, making it not only look scrumptious, but taste wonderful, also.)

    Makes 4 servings.

  444. Sherry says

    My favorite vegetable stir fry is any vegetable combination with lots of garlic and onions. They make everything taste great! I also like to add in almonds slivers near the end.

  445. says

    Cabbage, onion, carrot, broccoli, garlic, GF soy sauce. For a whole meal, I add nile perch (dry fry it first with skins on, then do the veg after — the pan gets such a love extra flavor from the dry-frying) and wrap it into a Thai rice wrap and fry it again in the same pan.

  446. Jo-Ann Eccher says

    our favorite combo right now is shaved brussel sprouts with cauliflower and leeks. at the end i throw in a few handfuls of dried cranberries and pecans….. my ten year will eat the whole skillet.

  447. Serena Wright says

    Hey, I would love to saute brussel sprouts and beacon in this wonderful pan. what a way to start another great year on my birthday :D

  448. Missy says

    Mushrooms, bok choy, peas, carrots, daikon anything I can find in the fridge! It’s always different and never boring. :)

  449. Lynne says

    What a wonderful pan…thank you for all you do for us, Elana! I’d make my favorite stir-fry: Vadalia onion, zucchini, haricots verts, carrots in a little canola oil and soy. With a side of brown rice, there is no more delicious, nutritious meal! Many thanks! Lynne

  450. GrizDave says

    we just stir up some tofu, broccoli, peas, onions garlic, spices and make a sauce on the fly!

  451. Brenda Gaines says

    In making veggie stir frys I always start with onions and end with kale, the veggies I add in the middle are whatever I have on hand. Kale grows really well in my Oregon garden.

  452. karen says

    brown rice, coconut milk, apricots, red peppers, broccoli and bamboo shoots with a hint of cayenne pepper

  453. Sarah says

    My fav veggie stirfry is onions, garlic, red peppers, yellow peppers, and zucchini/squash (in the summer). In the winter I like to do butternut squash, onions, sweet potatoes (I precook the potatoes some first), and garlic.

  454. mimi fackler says

    I love stir frying cellophane noodles w/ oriental vegetables in a wonderful thai fish sauce recipe i use!

  455. Karyn Zarubica says

    Quinoa quick saute with mint:

    Quality olive oil – approx 3 tablespoons

    Chopped green onions – (halved and cut into 1/2 inch lengths) approx 1/2 cup (or to taste)

    Chopped Roma tomatoes – 4 tomatoes cut into quarters lengthwise

    Plain cooked Quinoa (in water or broth, using salt) – approx 2 cups

    1/2 cup, or to taste, fresh chopped green mint

    2 cloves garlic chopped fine (or can be skipped if too strong for your tastes)

    1/2 cup finely grated Parmesan cheese, or to taste

    Squeeze of lemon juice

    Saute onions in olive oil until slightly translucent. Add garlic and saute further, until fragrant, but not burned. Add tomatoes. Do not cook tomatoes too much, they should retain an slightly uncooked interior and hold their shape a bit. The aim is just to soften/sear them a bit,and marry their flavors with the onion and garlic. Add Quinoa and saute further until coated and heated through. Add cheese, and allow cheese to fry for a minute or so, then add the mint, toss to allow flavors to meld and then serve with a squeeze of lemon juice!

    All proportions can be adjusted to personal tastes!
    Yumm! Thank you!

  456. andrea says

    My favorites are onion, mushrooms, red pepper, asparagus and yellow squash…so colorful!

  457. Sandy says

    I love chicken any time so I love chicken and deep colored veggies-red peppers, broccoli, carrots etc

  458. Kat says

    Family favorite: Shelton’s Free Range Italian Turkey Sausage, casings removed and chopped into bite sized chunks. Saute them with diced garlic and onion until onions and garlic brown. Then wash and pat dry a bunch of swiss chard. Fold leaves over and slice. Add the chopped stems first, cook until soft, then add the leafy bits and wilt. No need for salt, the chard has it’s own natural salts in it. Mix well and serve hot over a bed of sprouted quinoa. Mmmmm.

  459. Tara says

    Carrots, broccoli, green beans, diced butternut squash, with coconut milk and green curry paste! I’m getting hungry!

  460. Hope says

    My favorite stir fry combo is lots of garlic, onion, mushroom, carrot, asparagus, bell peppers, and bean sprouts! Thanks, Elana.

  461. Jill F. says

    My favorite stirfry combo is bok choy, cauliflower, celery, mushrooms, broccoli and sometimes I throw in a bag of the precut coleslaw. I sautee it in coconut oil add a little salt and pepper and a little coconut secret!!!! I would love this pan!!!!

  462. Tessa B says

    bell peppers, mushrooms, and onions. it also happens to be my 21 month old son’s favorite. :)

  463. Rita says

    I love making pasta primevera and saute the veggies until they are crisp-tender. Comfort food at its best.