How To: Asian Chicken Stir Fry

Asian Chicken Stir Fry

Asian Chicken Stir Fry is the name of this wonderful dish that turned into mega hit at our restaurant. We used our house rice pilaf in the picture but regular white rice is just as good if not better.

Things needed:

2 people

2 pasta bowls

2 silver ware sets

2 napkins

2 glasses

I’d prefer root beer or a glass bottle coca cola …lol

(Okay I’ll stop messing around)


Vegetable oil

1 red pepper (sliced)

1 green pepper (sliced)

1 yellow onion (sliced)

1 broc crown (cut the brocli heads down to make them florets)

1 lb oz chicken breast sliced up into strips

bowl of flour

2 oz carrots (shredded or whatever you prefer)

4 cups white rice

8 cups of water

2 1/2 cups of Asian sweet chili sauce (homemade is great but to make it easier go to the international aisle at Shaws or Stop and Shop and look for the Lee Kum Kee brand, it isn’t to bad so give it a whirl.)

Medium sized pot for rice

Saute pan ( a non stick will be fine too)


Start with putting the 8 cups of water into the pot and turn flame on high till it boils, add the white rice and stir it around, put heat to medium and cover it.

Let it cook for about 5 minutes stirring occasionally, shut off flame, and leave it covered for about 15 minutes.

Pan on the stove with 3/4 heat, add the vegetable oil, let it sit for about a minute, grab the chicken and lightly bread it in the flour and put into the pan.

Let it cook on one side for a few minutes, flip, and let it cook for a few minutes, then add the vegetables.

Stir it around and let it cook for a few minutes, add the Asian sweet chili sauce, turn the heat down to medium heat and cover it and let it simmer in the sauce occasionally stirring it around by this time the rice should be cooked(unless you cooked it first, no big deal).

Spoon the rice out into the bowls, use a spoon with holes or thongs to grab the chicken and vegetables and spread it amongst the 2 plates. Use a spoon to put the sauce over your stir fry, go light (you can always add more to it).

I will try to get a picture tutorial or a GoPro while I cook to show you folks, thanks for looking.

Pictures by Adam Leung


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