This garlic chicken stir fry features chicken and mixed vegetables in a garlic sauce. This dish is definitely for garlic lovers — there are four cloves of it in the recipe! If you prefer a milder garlic flavor, you can easily cut down to cloves and it will still be flavorful. I used chicken breast, broccoli, mushrooms and yellow bell peppers in this dish. The veggies are cooked first, then removed from the pan and the chicken gets seared to golden brown perfection. The sauce for this dish is a simple combination of ingredients that you probably already have in the pantry, like chicken broth, sesame oil and soy sauce.
Easy Classic Chinese Beef Stir Fry
Stir frying - Wikipedia
Cooking dinner at home has many advantages. When you prepare meals in your kitchen, you have the power to choose healthier recipes and ingredients. If you are looking for healthy and tasty dinner ideas, learn the simple art of stir-frying! Once you learn the basics, you can prepare an unlimited number of delicious dishes to make dinner exciting.
All-Purpose Stir-Fry Sauce (Brown Garlic Sauce)
There are so many foods that would work well as stir-fry vegetables, including sugar snap peas, snow peas, carrots, baby corn, bamboo shoots, or water chestnuts. The vegetables are coated with a simple stir-fry sauce made with apple cider vinegar, honey use agave to keep vegan , ample fresh ginger, and white miso, also known as sweet or mellow miso. If you want to add a protein like tofu, tempeh, edamame, chicken, or beef, feel free. There are no substitutions for the unami flavor it creates.
If you have ever tried making a stir-fry at home and feel like you could have done better, well, try again. There one common mistake that rookie cooks make right out of the gate and that is adding too many things to your wok at once. If you add too many items, it will cool down your wok. Your food will simmer or steam and not fry.