How to make it

  • As with any and all stir fry recipes, it's always very smart to have all the ingredients handy and diced/minced prior to starting up and heating the wok, since once you start that process, it's going to be hard to stop.
  • Cut up your chicken, set aside and prepare marinade in bowl and place chicken inside marinade and set aside on counter - you want the chicken to be at room temperature - let marinate for at least 15 minutes.
  • Cut up all your vegetables and other ingredients where noted.
  • Make sauce in separate bowl using ingredients listed above. Stir till well combined.
  • Start up that wok of yours and let heat thoroughly with added peanut oil.
  • Check for hotness, by dropping one piece of onion - does it really sizzle? you are ready then - and so is your wok!
  • Put onions in first, stirring always, let cook three minutes.
  • Add garlic and let cook only one minute - you don't want burnt garlic - yuck!
  • Next add chicken, keep up that stirring.
  • Once chicken has lost it's pink color, you can either remove chicken and onion mixture for a moment while doing your vegetables or not- but I recommend removing chicken for a moment - which we didn't do and it shows in the photos allowing for the vegetables to take longer than anticipated.
  • Let wok get hot again if it needs it, add 1 teaspoon of additional oil only if necessary and add all the cut up vegetables except for bean sprouts and cabbage.
  • You can also steam all veggies separately and add when adding sauce - but heck who needs more pans to clean (I don't!)
  • Cook vegetables stirring frequently for 3-4 minutes, add chicken back to wok.
  • Add cabbage and bean sprouts, let cook for 2 minutes.
  • Add Sauce from bowl, and let come to a bubbling boil until sauce is thickened - maybe two minutes more.
  • Call your troops to the table and set wok on trivet on table to serve.
  • Sprinkle with cashews/peanuts and fried noodles and enjoy!
Onions in first   Close
We had sliced vs, mincing ginger for marinade   Close
Chicken goes in next - keep stirring folks!   Close
Do veggies next   Close
Add cabbage   Close
Add sauce and let thicken   Close

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  • mrtnzangel8 12 years ago
    Beautiful pics Diva....great job! Wish I had all the ingredients.
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  • pat2me 13 years ago
    This is a beautiful looking and great sounding dish! Thank you!
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