recipe: asian chicken stir-fry

February 5, 2008 at 8:06 am Leave a comment

asian chicken stirfry

 POINTS® value per serve |  6
Servings | 2

Ingredients

 

280g skinless boneless chicken, in strips                                                                           

3 green onions, sliced  

1 tsp ginger, finely minced                                                                                                      

1 clove garlic, minced                                                                                                 

1 Tbsp sweet Thai chili sauce2 Tbsp  sweet soy sauce                                                                          

 ½ cup uncooked rice,                                                                                                         

Free veggies: Broccoli or bok choy, carrots, capsicums, lightly steamed 

Instructions

1. Marinade the chicken in the green onions, ginger, garlic and sauces. The marinated chicken can be frozen at this point.

 

2. Cook rice and steam veggies

2. Coat a non-stick fry pan with cooking spray. Heat, then cook chicken for five minutes until golden, Add vegetables.

 4. Serve rice topped with chicken and veggies, with lemon slices on the side.

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Entry filed under: Domestrivia, Recipes.

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