This easy 3-minute keto stir fry sauce can be made in a glass jar! Try this sauce with your favorite beef, chicken, shrimp or vegetable stir fry today.
What are things I can make with leftover stir fry sauce?
This keto friendly stir fry sauce is easy to store in the refrigerator until use.
Simply add you your favorite chicken, cabbage, or veggie stir-fry recipe. Even zoodles!
How many calories does stir fry sauce have?
There are usually under 50 calories per serving of your typical stir fry sauce.
How many carbs does stir fry sauce have have?
In a typical stir-fry sauce, there’s about 4 g. carbs per serving. However, those add up if you’re not careful.
This stir-fry sauce is sugar free, keto, and low carb friendly with only 2 g. carbs per serving.
Is soy sauce keto?
Soy sauce is so low in carbs that, yes, it may be used while on a keto diet. Just be sure to use in moderation.
What makes this sauce sweet and tangy
I love Chinese food, but I don’t love all the sugar in a typical stir fry recipe.
This sauce is similar to a sweet teriyaki-style sauce, but made with erythritol sweetener.
I use granulated brown erythritol (Swerve) sweetener, sesame oil and red pepper flakes to make this recipe awesome. Also, try our keto sweet chili sauce!
How do I make keto stir fry sauce?
This keto Chinese recipe can be made in only two simple steps:
- Combine all ingredients in a mason jar.
- Add to stir fry.
How long will this sauce keep in the fridge?
This sauce can be kept up to 2 weeks in the fridge.
If storing this sauce for later, add xanthin gum right before cooking, as it is used as the thickening agent.
How do I make thick stir fry sauce?
To thicken the sauce, add an extra 1/4 teaspoon xanthan gum to the recipe.
How do I thin the sauce?
If you prefer a thin sauce, omit the xanthan gum from this recipe.
Once you’ve added too much xanthan gum, you really won’t be able to thin it back out again.
How do I make this gluten free?
Before buying chicken broth, check the label if you are sensitive to gluten.
There are several brands, like Swanson, Kirkland and Imagine Organic, that have gluten-free options available.
Swap chicken broth for beef or veggie broth
Swap red pepper flakes for no-sugar sweet chili sauce or a dab of sriracha.
How to cook with stir fry sauce:
I like to add my stir-fry sauce to the wok once my meat and veggies are almost fully cooked, but you can really add it in any time while cooking.
I typically use this sauce for:
Chinese fried cauliflower rice–
fry cauliflower rice in olive oil, until tender. Add a bit of stir fry sauce until fully cooked.
Chicken/beef/shrimp teriyaki stir fry or sesame chicken–
Fry chicken in a wok, until mostly cooked. Add in veggies, such as broccoli and green beans (keto friendly). Finally add in the stir fry sauce, stir for a few more minutes, then serve!
Top with (optional) sesame seeds.
Keto Stir Fry Sauce
- glass jar
- Add all ingredients to the jar using a funnel.