Easy Chicken Stir Fry Recipe
I was not looking forward to trying an easy Chicken Stir Fry recipe. However, I decided to give it a try.
As the only vegetarian in a family of carnivores, I was hoping for something that would be easier for me to make a good dish. Plus, I wanted to try something new to make me more comfortable with the idea of a vegetarian lifestyle.
When I finally tried an easy Chicken Stir Fry recipe, I was surprised by how much time and effort it took to prepare. It involved waiting for a few hours in the refrigerator to allow the chicken to rest, along with a little bit of cooking.
The first thing I discovered when I tried an easy Chicken Stir Fry recipe was that a pre-cooked chicken will always work just as well as a raw chicken. You can easily cut down on your preparation time if you purchase a boneless chicken breast or even an organic breast. These are easier to shred into the right size pieces.
Pre-cooked chicken is the easiest way to avoid added fat and other fat-producing ingredients in your dish. On the other hand, if you have some fat producing items like bacon bits, then you can simply dice them up into the ingredients of your choice.
Once I had my chicken, I decided to use up the rest of my organic brown rice in the form of rice pilaf. My main goal was to have something tasty, but nutritious. Although I didn’t want to taste anything remotely like rice, it is a healthy grain and there are certainly a lot of times that it is all I have on hand.
There are a lot of ways to season rice pilaf but what I usually do is to sprinkle onmy main ingredients of onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and some olive oil. In addition, I like to add a dash of dried thyme and basil to the mix. If you don’t like herbs, try not to add any at all.
This traditional stir fry dish is very easy to prepare. All you need is a bit of liquid, a great piece of chicken, and a bowl that you can cook in. In my mind, this is one of the easiest recipes to follow.
Next, rinse your chicken very well. Then, if you like, sprinkle some salt over the whole chicken, including the skin, which I don’t mind doing as it is optional.
After you have thoroughly washed your chicken, you should remove the skin before putting it in the bowl. Depending on the thickness of your chicken, you may have to gently prick the skin. After you have done this, you can put the chicken in the bowl.
I then made a little bit of butter to be added into the pan, which is all I needed. I let it cook for about 5 minutes on each side, then put it into the oven to finish cooking.
By following this easy Chicken Stir Fry recipe, I was able to feel as though I was putting together a yummy meal. Although it took a while, it is definitely the easiest recipe I have ever made!