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 Suey4 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 thoughts on “Chicken Chop Suey”

  1. 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! 🙂

  2. 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!

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

  4. 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.

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

    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.

  6. 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!

  7. 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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