Citrus Ginger Stir Fry

Citrus Ginger Stir Fry
Citrus Ginger Stir Fry
Citrus Ginger Stir Fry Citrus Ginger Stir Fry
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Net Weight:
3.8 oz
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Combining sweet, sour, salty, and savory with just a bit of heat, our Citrus Ginger Stir Fry is a balanced seasoning blend that perks up food with its relentless brightness. The sweet and sour interplay kicks off the flavors in this blend, going back and forth between lime and vinegar and the caramel notes of demerara sugar. The bold florals from ginger come in behind the lime, and ginger’s own lemony notes add an extra citrus boost. The playful funk of tamari soy powder rings in next, holding up the middle ground with onions and garlic. These hold the door open for the heat; cayenne comes in fast, and red pepper maintains the burn to the end. This blend ends with a nutty crunch of sesame and a little hug of onion from the chives. We blend our Citrus Ginger Stir Fry in our facility in small batches, to guarantee freshness and flavor in our products.

One popular theory about the development of the wok, and subsequently, the emergence of the stir-fry cooking technique, involved shortages in China—both in food and in cooking fuel and supplies—during the Han dynasty, circa 206 BCE – 220 CE. This was a period that saw a tremendous period of population growth in China and increased urbanization and expanded trade, all of which often went hand-in-hand with a decline in active farming. Required to figure out how to make do with less, the portable, versatile wok—an all-in-one pot that can act as a steamer, deep fryer, and boiler—emerged as the cooking vehicle of choice. When placed over high-heat charcoal fires it would cook thinly-sliced food very quickly, with a minimum of cooking oil required even for large batches. Because stir-fries use thin slices of various ingredients, frugal cooks making the most of limited resources could use meat that was less tender, since a thin cut is a poor man’s tenderizer.


Tips From Our Kitchen


We paired our Citrus Ginger Stir Fry with a creamy pasta sauce in our Citrus Ginger Stir Fry Linguine because we wanted the dairy to round out the flavors in this blend. We love how the citrus pairs with lighter meats like shrimp, and along those lines this dish could easily be made with chicken or scallops. Or, you could have a meatless meal and enjoy this in a vegetable stir fry; this would be equally at home on tofu or jackfruit. Try it on sweeter vegetables like winter squash and stir a spoonful into pumpkin soup. We also like the tart snap stirred into bean soups or corn chowder, and on trays of hearty roasted vegetables, especially yams or broccoli.

Our Citrus Ginger Stir Fry Seasoning is blended from demerara sugar, ginger, sea salt, soy sauce, lime, sesame, vinegar, citric acid, garlic, onion, red pepper, cayenne and chives.

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Nutrition Facts

Serving Size1 tsp

Amount Per Serving


% Daily Value*

Total Fat0g0%

Saturated Fat0g0%

Trans Fat0g

Polyunsaturated Fat0g

Monounsaturated Fat0g



Total Carbohydrate2.9g1%

Dietary Fiber0.4g2%

Total Sugars1.3g

Added Sugars0g0%

Sugar Alcohol0.0g


Vitamin D0mcg0%




*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. These values were calculated and therefore are approximate. For more accuracy, testing is advised.

4.9 out of 5
15 total ratings.

Donna S. (Verified buyer) 09/10/2021
It's my go to spice It's my go to spice for quick marinades, rubs or lazy dinners that need to be "zapped" up. Not limited to the stir fry...have even used in salad dressing! Thanks.

don c. (Verified buyer) 05/17/2021
Great seller fast shipping Great seller fast shipping

Anja F. (Verified buyer) 02/25/2021

Arlene W. (Verified buyer) 01/15/2021
The name says it all. The name says it all. Savory. Great on shrimp, beef.

Donna S. (Verified buyer) 06/24/2020
Great way to add a Great way to add a but of zing to just about anything!

Amber T. (Verified buyer) 05/30/2020
Great on tofu I usually toss my tofu in this before stir frying it with veggies and lo mein, it is fantastic. The bright citrus flavors and ginger come out nicely.

Krista S. (Verified buyer) 05/17/2020
Perfect balance of heat and citrus Tried this on skinless chicken and plain ramen noodles. The heat stays with you without being overpowering and the ginger and citrus are the perfect amount. Not only does this taste great but it smells wonderful. One of my new favorites.

Ramona L. (Verified buyer) 05/09/2020
so yummy! This is one you think you will like but find you end up loving so much!

Scheron M. (Verified buyer) 04/30/2020
Good Spice Combo! This is my first time trying the combination. I love citrus and I love Ginger and this combo is good. I have used it in a stir fry and will use it in Seafood dishes.

Thomas G. (Verified buyer) 03/03/2020
Excellent stir fry mix The citrus in the mix has a great effect, very, very nice.
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