The beauty of the stir fry/wok combo is you can take like any vegetable and mix it with others to make a gorgeous dish.
Brandy, if you plan to make sides or entree with no spend in mind then it would be helpful if you included what you have on hand in these posts when you write them. That way we know what you have to work with and can give you legit ideas that would work well and are doable.
A pineapple stir fry is a great alternative to a traditional sauce laden, often fried, sweet and sour dish. I add fresh basil to mine for a kick. I like to make mine with shrimp, onions, bell peppers, pineapple, raw honey or agave nectar, sometimes ginger and topped with fresh basil. It comes out very clean and flavorful.
Veggies I often use in Asian dishes... baby bok choy, mushrooms, sugar snap peas, water chesnuts, broccoli, peppers, green onion, garlic, mung bean sprouts, sea vegetables, etc.
Serve fresh peeled orange segments for dessert with your meal! Refreshing and cleansing.
Also, like others have mentioned nothing here has to be fried. Fried rice doesn't actually have to be fried and egg rolls can be baked. It is much healthier to cut out frying and chemical laden sauces. If things are combine and prepared properl then flavors will speak for themselves, always.
"Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime." ~Chinese Proverb~