Find quick and easy chicken breast stir fry recipes, plus Chinese and Thai chicken stir fry sauces to help you get dinner on the table in a flash!
A quick and easy chicken dish, which is packed full of flavour. Chicken breasts are stir-fried with freshly ground peppercorns, ground coriander, lemon juice and cashew nuts. Enjoy with rice or whatever you fancy.
Garlic, dried red chillies and chilli paste add some spice to chicken and broccoli.
Tempt your family with this healthy and filling pasta salad. Quick to prepare, it makes an ideal midweek supper and won't spoil if someone is late home. Tossing the pasta with lemon juice and white wine not only adds flavour but also means that the quantity of oil can be reduced, so saving on fat.
The delicate flavour and creamy texture of chicken livers work well with chestnut mushrooms and sherry, while colourful shoots of purple-sprouting broccoli add further vitamins and minerals. The stir-fry is served on toasted ciabatta to soak up the juices.
Chicken stir-fried with carrots, celery and cabbage, then lightly flavoured with orange and sesame, makes a delicious filling for pancakes. This dish is sure to meet with your family's approval.
Chicken, nuts and apricots flavoured with tangy fresh basil make a refreshing summer-style stir-fry. Serve with rice noodles or fluffy white rice for a healthy meal in moments. Delicious!
Use the tender meat left from last night's roast chicken for these Asian-flavoured pancakes with spring onions, five-spice powder and soy sauce. It's a fun family meal as each diner custom-makes his own pancake.
An easy noodle dish with Asian flavours. If you prefer it spicy, add some finely diced fresh chilli pepper.
This is a native Philippine dish that is really gorgeous! I've adapted it slightly just to thicken the sauce. Serve on a bed of rice. Once you have tried it as below, try substituting the water for a can of coconut milk.
Chicken stir fry with vegetables and spices.
The Bestest one you'll ever ever taste by a 12 year old!! PLUS it's extra easy to make also it's really quick to make, so if you're one of those ones (a.k.a me LOL)who ain't really up to resturaunt standards yet then you'll love making and eating this wonderful home made recipes of mine!!
This is a very simple and good recipe. Chicken is stir-fried in coconut oil with garlic, ginger, and hoisin sauce to make a sweet, savoury dish.
One of my all time favourites! Very simple and really tasty! The sesame oil is very important as it gives the dish a lot of its flavour, I wouldn't reccomend changing it for anything else.
If you've ever asked for salt and pepper chicken wings / pork / ribs from a Chinese, you know it tastes absolutely amazing. Here is the recipe for making it yourself. It goes great as a side dish for any other Chinese meals. You could also make more of it and have it as a main with chow mein or something similar.
This is my family's favourite. I don't get away without doing it once a week. I call this recipe "oriental", but it makes no pretension to be authentically anything. The pickled peppers in it come from the Polish food shelf in the supermarket. If they're not available, 1-2 fresh peppers can be used instead, added at the same time as the chilli, garlic and ginger.
Follow these simple steps to create the best Fajitas possible. Firstly make sure your pan is really hot when you cook. Secondly, season your meat/fish/veg with Discovery's new Fajita Seasoning Paste. Sure to give a kick start to your meal!
This is a fantastic stir-fry dish that tastes like it came straight from a good Chinese restaurant! It never fails to get rave reviews from my family and friends! Serve it hot over white or brown rice.
Chicken curry stir-fry in balti pot, or flat-bottomed wok, with peppers and onion. Goes well with naan. I find it easier to prepare the curry sauce first and allow it to cook slowly on low heat while I prepare the remaining ingredients & begin the stir-fry, so I've organised the recipe into two parts.
A spicy chinese-style crispy chicken dish, just like a takeaway. I get my chilli bean sauce in a jar from the chinese supermarket near where I live, unfortunately it is quite difficult to get hold of in regular supermarkets. But it is quite cheap and a little goes a long way!
Really simple to make vegetables can also be altered for required taste