Thursday, March 05, 2009

Stir Fry w/ Chicken and Veggies

I sometimes hate stir fry and I think it's because I always make it badly. Last night I put some effort into my stir fry and the results were delicious. Here! Try for your self:

Delicious Stir Fry
  • 1 lb chicken in little pieces (organic)
  • 1 orange bell pepper
  • 1 7 ounce can of water chestnuts
  • half of an onion
  • carrots
  • chili-garlic sauce
  • hoisin sauce
Toss your chicky pieces with some chili garlic sauce (about 3 tablespoons), let it chill. Heat up your big frying pan or wok (I don't have a wok). If you have sesame oil, use that, if not EVOO is fine. Throw in the onion and the carrot. Let it heat up for about 2 minutes, scooch it to the side, toss in your chili garlic chicken pieces. Let them cook up, about 4 minutes or so. Toss in the bell pepper and the water chestnuts, both chopped up. Let them cook about a minute or two. Toss the whole thing with 3 tablespoons of the hoisin sauce. Eat it with brown rice and you are stolked.


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Jessica said...

So timely! A couple weeks ago I made a terrible stir fry that Stephen described as tasting "like college." Soy sauce and garlic, the flavors of an era.

genevieve said...

Sounds good yo! Can you believe there are people out there who don't think bell peppers add anything to dishes? Why they gotta hate?!?!