Broccoli and Mushrooms Stir-fry(Chinese style)

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Broccoli and Mushrooms Stir-fry (Chinese style),  is quick side dish which can be served on rice/noodles.

Checkout the detailed Video recipe link.. HERE..

I love Broccoli and Mushroom combination and use these vegetables in my meals like in pulao or in with grilled veggie mix. I love meaty mushroom with broccoli flavoured with garlic and different seasoning or sauces(like Chinese Sauces or in Italian Seasoning). It  makes a perfect meal that you can also have just like that without rice/noodles. The recipe is adaptable as you can add or substitute any veggies like bell peppers, beans  or proteins like Paneer/Tofu  as per your choice.

Kids will love this stir-fry with noodles. I make this quite often as I mentioned above also and pair it with different options. I usually add bell peppers and onions, this time did not have any, so skipped these . Recently made with these Garlic and Green Onion Noodles. My kids are not a big fan of broccoli  and mushroom, so I use different ways of sneaking or blending the two veggies in dishes to feed these to them. They eat it without complaining when I serve it in Chinese sauces just like Chilli Paneer way or sneaked in a Cheesy Quesadilla.  You can also serve this stir-fry as a starter at your parties.

Benefits of Broccoli and Mushrooms

Broccoli and mushrooms are very nutritious options for vegetarians and vegans.

Mushrooms are full of antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and proteins. If you are not allergic to mushroom these are the best option for vegans to substitute proteins that come from meat and dairy. Roasting, grilling and stir frying are the best ways to cook mushroom. These are also added to curries like in Kadhai Mushroom

Broccoli is low in calorie, rich source of Vitamin K and C and folate along with potassium. The best way to have broccoli is to stir fry, roast or steam it. Boiling can leach if off from the it’s essential nutrients.

Let’s see how to make this Broccoli and Mushroom Stir-fry(Chinese style)..

Checkout the detailed Video recipe link.. HERE..

Broccoli and Mushroom Stir-fry (Chinese Style)

Broccoli and Mushroom stir-fry Chinese style is quick side dish which can be served on rice/noodles.

4.58 from 7 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Course Main, Sides
Cuisine Indo-Chinese
Servings 4


  • 1 Cup Broccoli
  • 1 Cup Button Mushrooms
  • 1 tbsp Garlic(finely chopped/minced)


  • 2 tbsp Soy Sauce
  • 2 tbsp Tomato Ketchup optional
  • 1 tbsp Vinegar
  • 1 tbsp Chilli Sauce


  • 1 tsp Black Pepper
  • 1 tsp Sesame Seeds
  • 1 tsp Chilli Flakes
  • 1 tbsp Brown Sugar/Agave Nectar or any other sweetener
  • 2 tbsp Oil(Sesame preferably)
  • Salt to taste


  • Wash nicely both broccoli and mushrooms, get rid of all the dirt from mushrooms..
  • Cut broccoli into small florets and cut mushroom into half or as preferred. You can cut the stems if you want.
  • Mix all the sauces together. You can skip tomato ketchup if you don't like in Chinese style food. For me it adds a sweet and tangy taste to the dish.
  • In a wok or in a non-stick pan, add oil and when the oil is hot enough, add garlic saute for a minute, add mushrooms and broccoli and stir-fry on high. Keep stirring the veggies so that it doesn't burn.
  • Stir-fry for 1-2 minutes, keep the texture as you like. Mushrooms should not leave water.
  • Add sauces and mix well. Fry again for a minute and serve as you like it.



  • Do not over fry the veggies as it will lose the crispiness.
  • Add salt very carefully, as sauces already have lot of salt.
  • You can add veggies of your choice like bell peppers, onions. baby corn or proteins like tofu, paneer or chicken.
Keyword Gluten-free, Vegan, Vegetarian

Make this quick and easy nutritious stir fry with the noodles or rice of your choice or just like that. Perfect for those days especially when you want eat something exotic but also at the same time do not want to go out for the take out. Trust me these are better than the take out ones as we use controlled amount of oil and fresh ingredients. It’s a treat for broccoli and mushroom lovers. 

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Author: Swati

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30 thoughts

  1. Um… the ketchup is a no from me and my hubby. Doing this recipe without the ketchup would have been pretty intuitive so just do that instead. The only Chinese food I know that uses ketchup is Tomato eggs, otherwise I would never see it in a Chinese recipe.

    1. Hello Michelle !! Thanks for giving it a try.. In India we love to add ketchup to many Chinese dishes, there are many Indo-Chinese versions that have ketchup.. It adds a bit of sweet and tangy taste to the dish. I am sorry the ketchup taste didn’t go with your taste buds. You can try it without ketchup too. I am adding a note in post also, incase someone doesn’t want ketchup in the recipe.

  2. Broccoli and Mushroom stir-fry that too in Chinese style is a WOW for brocoli and mushroom lovers. Yes, it is quick side dish and can pair well with noodles.

  3. What a wonderful simple and yet healthy stir fry. I usually prefer to have broccoli stir fried as opposed to steamed or boiled. This is definitely a must try recipe.

  4. Love all the flavors in this stir fry Swaty! Mushrooms and broccoli are a favorite of mine and will make this soon.

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