Sesame Ginger Chicken Stirfry
An easy to make dinner that still tastes good when reheated the next day. Can be made without creating many dishes. The cook/prep time can be reduced greatly if you cook extra chicken and keep it frozen. Then you can skip step 2 which can take a while.Servings: 4 adults
Preparation Time: about 15 min
Cooking Time: about 30 min
Author Rating: 8/10
|1 cup||chopped broccoli (frozen ok)|
|1 cup||chopped cauliflour (frozen ok)|
|1 cup||chopped peppers (frozen ok)|
|1.125 cup||dry brown rice|
|300 gram||skinless boneless chicken breast|
|1 small can||sliced water chestnuts|
|177 millilitre||stir fry sauce (Renee's Sesame Ginger Teriyaki Suace)|
Start cooking the rice. Can be done easily with a rice cooker.
Chop chicken into 1 cm cube pieces. Fry chicken with the oil in a frying pan until brown. Set aside.
Chop peeled carrots and celery into 1/2 cm slices. Start cooking in the frying pan.
Chop the brocolli, cauliflour, and peppers if needed. Chop the zuchinni into small chunks. Once the carrots and celery are soft, add the remaining vegetables including the water chestnuts and washed beansprouts to the frying pan.
Once the vegetables have cooked. Add the cooked chicken and rice to the frying pan. Top with stir fry sauce and mix it all in. Let it cook until the sauce starts to bubble.
Beef Stir Fry
|1 cup||beansprouts||300 gram||lean beef|
Directions: Cut the beef into strips and cook in the same way as the chicken.
Pork stir fry
Recipe provided via www.MeanMeals.com
|1 cup||beansprouts||300 gram||pork|
Directions: Cut the pork into strips and cook in the same way as the chicken.