Happy #RECIPEFRIDAY to you :)
|Can you believe it...|
I'm not making a #FUFACE ;)
I'll be honest...
I haven't had much of a chance to experiment with recipes this week so...
I will be sharing with you one of SuperFit's favourite dishes today!
|It's not cupcakes lol|
In light of Chinese New Year coming up (on February 10)...
I thought a stir-fry using one of The Masta's favourite sauces would FIT just right!
What sauce am I speaking of?
Lee Kum Kee's Vegetarian (or Oyster) Sauce! (They make other great tasting sauces too like Hoisin Sauce, Black Pepper Sauce, Chili Sauces...the list goes on and on!)
|At the Market|
He loves this stuff! (It has a great taste and it adds a whole lotta flavour to your favourite stir-fry's!)
And trust me...
It ain't hard to fall in love with...
Just look at some of my recipes from last year's Chinese New Year Celebration using these great tasting sauces!
|Chicken, Beef and Mushrooms dishes to serve.|
I'll tell you one thing...
I have a bunch Lee Kum Kee products at home! (And, they are mmm mmm good!)
|You can typically find this brand at your local grocers or at the Chinese grocery store.|
So, moving on to the goods...
Here's my quick and easy recipe for a Spicy Chicken Stir-Fry! (Or Fried Rice!)
Spicy Chicken Stir Fry and Fried Rice
Cook Time: 15-20 minutes
- 2 Chicken Breasts - diced
- 1 cup Broccoli
- 3/4 cup Bell Peppers
- 3-4 tbsp Lee Kum Kee Vegetarian Sauce (if you're watching your sodium intake, do not use this. Although very different in flavour, you could use Mrs. Dash as your seasoning alternative)
- Sriracha Hot Sauce or Lee Kum Kee's Garlic Chili Sauce (to taste)
- 1 cup cooked rice (day old rice is the best when it comes to Fried Rice)
- Over medium heat, lightly spray your fry pan with EVOO Olive Oil
- Add the vegetables, then 1/4 cup water
- Once veggies have slightly softened, add the Chicken then, the Spices
- Stir around
- Let the Chicken cook throughout, while mixing things around here and there
- Once everything has cooked, remove from heat, plate and enjoy!
**If you're making Fried Rice, add the rice to your fry pan once the Chicken is almost cooked. Stir around until rice is heated and chicken is cooked**
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