Sunday, May 31, 2009

Stir Fried Sweet & Spicy Chicken With Cashew Nuts

Stir Fried Honey Chicken with Cashew Nuts

I'm sorry for not updating my BLOG for such a long time. What have I been up to lately??? Oh well, I've been busy with doing some spring cleaning. Clear my home from the unused stuff that I've kept all the while but will not using it anymore☻

Today, I would like to share this simple and easy recipe with all of you. I especially dedicate it to my friend Maggie in Canada who have been follow and try out my recipes. This dish is very easy to prepare and cook. It goes well with warm white rice and simple stir-fried vegetables.

Stir Fried Chicken with Cashew Nuts

Ingredients:
1 chicken breast (about 400g), sliced 0.5cm thick
50 g roasted cashew nuts
3 cloves garlic, smashed and chopped
1 onion, sliced6 dried chillies, soaked and cut into half

Marinate the chicken with:
2 tbsp honey
1 tbsp oyster sauce
1 tbsp black soy sauce
2 tbsp light soy sauce
1 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp 5 spice powder
1 tbsp cooking wine (shao xin rice wine)
some salt to taste

Stir Fried Honey Chicken with Cashew Nuts1

What to do??

Marinate the sliced chicken with the ingredients. Stir to mix well and cover it with cling wrap and place it in the fringe for an hour.

Heat the wok with some oil. Stir-fried garlic, onions and dried chillies for a minute.

Add in the marinated chicken and stir-fried for a while. Add in a little (about 3 tbsp) water and cover the wok, let it simmer till the dish dries up and chicken is cook. Stir occasionally.

Stir in the roasted cashew nuts when the chicken is cooked. Lastly, add salt to taste (this is depend to the saltiness of the soy sauce we used) If the dish already salty enough, just omit the salt.

Serve with warm rice.

HAPPY COOKING!! ~ ☻

5 comments:

FAMILY FIRST said...

hello there. im new to your blog. i dont have a food blog at the moment but i just love browsing thru them. just waiting for my new home/kitchen to be ready in abt 3 mths. cant wait to try some of your recipes out.

Emile Zola@life said...

Add some spring onion, even better..Anyway, your dish look yummy yummy..

Dragon said...

Bring on the spice, baby! I love that you left the chillies in there!

FAD MOM said...

hi.. this looks simple and nice. miss your posts and i've been busy too.. seems like same same both of us huh.. not sure if i got time to blog as much soon.. i'm going back to work.

♡u8mypinkc00kies♡ said...

this looks so yummy. i like anything spicy and with nuts :D

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