This mushroom, bok choy, and asparagus stir-fry recipe requires, in fact, no stir-frying at all. This new oven-method developed by Rukmini Iyer, author of the new cookbook Vegetarian Dinner’s in the Oven and finalist on MasterChef, takes less than 20 minutes to throw together and alleviates typical stir-fry woes (e.g., uneven cook times, splattered oil, and a smoky kitchen).

We never turn down an opportunity to talk about mushrooms and this recipe is no exception. This stir-fry features shiitake mushrooms known to boost brain health and support adrenal health. You’ll mix this in with bok choy, a favorite cruciferous veggie that promotes gut health and a balanced blood sugar.

This stir-fry also includes one of our top ten healthiest veggies: asparagus. Asparagus contains glutathione, a hard to find antioxidantthat helps pull toxins out of the body. This anti-aging compound could also reduce the risk of chronic disease and improve immune functioning.

You can fit all of these healthy veggies in one layer on a broiler pan and feel free to get creative about how you want to serve them. Who knew you could bake a stir-fry?