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March 6, 2015

Chicken Chop Suey

Chicken Chop Suey ~ Restaurant quality Chicken Chop Suey made in less time than it will take to have an order delivered ! Fresh, crunchy and tasty !

I love Chinese food and would probably eat it several times a week - especially Spring Rolls. We only had one Chinese restaurant close to us, but it seemed they have either moved or have closed down.

Therefore I decided to start making my own Chinese food, and first on the list was this Chicken Chop Suey.


Chicken Chop Suey ~ Restaurant quality Chicken Chop Suey made in less time than it will take to have an order delivered ! Fresh, crunchy and tasty !

Absolutely delicious ! The whole family loved this dish and it is sure to become one of our anytime-go-to recipes.

I use an electric wok to cook my Chicken Chop Suey, but you can use any large pan.

One thing I still need to learn in this lifetime, is how to use chopsticks - yep, I am one of those ! Give me a fork or even a spoon and I am happy, but I do not think I have the patience to use chopsticks. Let's wait and see whether I catch up !

Use your favorite mix of Stir-Fry Vegetables - I like to use French style, but most kinds, except maybe Hawaiian, would be ideal in this Chicken Chop Suey.

Chicken Chop Suey

4 Servings

INGREDIENTS:

1 TB Vegetable Oil
1 TB Sesame Oil
1 1/2 t Garlic and Ginger Paste
2 - 3 Chicken Fillets, cubed or strips
4 cups Stir-Fry Vegetables  {I prefer French style in this recipe}
3 packets 2-Minute Noodles  {not using the seasoning}
2 TB Soy Sauce
Handful Coriander Leaves, chopped
Handful Asian Sprouts

DIRECTIONS:

1.) Heat both the Oils in a wok or large pan - add the Garlic and Ginger Paste - fry 20 seconds and add the Chicken - stir-fry until the Chicken is cooked - remove from the wok/pan and keep aside.
2.) Add the Stir-Fry Vegetables and the Noodles {ONLY the noodles} to the wok/pan - cook until the Vegetables are just tender - add back the Chicken and heat through.
3.) Stir in the Soy Sauce, Coriander and Sprouts just before serving.

Chicken Chop Suey ~ Restaurant quality Chicken Chop Suey made in less time than it will take to have an order delivered ! Fresh, crunchy and tasty !


20 comments:

  1. This sounds so quick to make and delicious to eat :)

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  2. I love Chinese too and this is my favorite

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  3. This looks easy and delicious, Linda! I bet the addition of the sesame oil gives it so much flavor. I love that stuff! And I'm with you: maybe some day I'll figure out how to use chopsticks! :)

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  4. This looks so tasty! Can't wait to try it!

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  5. Mmm this looks so yummy! I can't use chopsticks either!

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  6. I like the fact you are stir-frying some already prepped veggies as it makes it faster to put this delicious meal on the table! It's such a cool, retro type recipe!

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  7. Dear Linda, Chinese food is a fun treat...homemade Chinese food though is even better. This sounds wonderful. xo, Catherine

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  8. Fantastic flavor combo here in your Chicken Chop Suey. On my "to do" list!

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  9. I am a sucker for good Chinese food, and this does look delish! Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle. You just added a new recipe to my "to try" book! Pinned.

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  10. Yum, this looks delicious, I love Chop Suey, pinning to try!

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  11. Looks great, but what are two minute noodles? Do they come in boxes and where in the store would these be stocked?

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    1. Erlene, we buy them in plastic packets in South-Africa - it is in the pasta aisle and they're also called minute noodles {you get some noodles and a packet of seasoning which boiling water is added to and after 2 minutes it is like a thickish soup and ready to eat} - replying here as your e-mail is not attached to your comment.

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  12. Looks wonderful, Linda! Would you believe I've never had chop suey? Pinning and sharing!

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  13. Definitely trying this one. Looks so easy, thanks. #CreativeMondays

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  14. I remember as a kid having chop suey - from a can - and it wasn't that great (surprise!) Now this recipe sounds totally delicious and I cannot wait to try it! So funny, i bought some beansprouts this weekend, not something I usually eat, so I must have known this recipe was coming! Thanks for sharing with us!

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  15. This looks like an easy recipe with ingredients that all five my kids would love. I'm going to give it a try. Stopping by from #This is how we roll Thursdays.

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  16. This looks delicious and like something everyone in my family would enjoy. Thanks so much for linking up your recipe at This Is How We Roll Thursday!

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  17. Your Chicken Chop Suey sounds and looks delicious, can't wait to try it.
    Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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