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Honey Chicken Noodle Stir-Fry

Check out this delicious stir-fry recipe from Pap Beach’s Chef, Ash! This one is another hit with our Pap Beach and Bach tamariki, the bowls are always wiped clean!

Pap Beach’s Chef Ash

INGREDIENTS

  • 2-3 Chicken Breast cut/sliced
  • 250g Spaghetti pasta or Egg noodles
  • 1/2 Head of broccoli
  • 2 Green onion’s
  • 1/2 Packet of mung beans
  • 1 Finely sliced carrot
  • 1/4 Red or green cabbage
  • 1/2 Packet bok choy

Honey Soy Sauce

  • 2 Tsp seasame oil
  • 1 Cup soy sauce (can add more if you like)
  • Crushed garlic & ginger to taste
  • 1/3 Cup honey or brown sugar

Chefs tip: You can marinate the chicken in a little bit of the sauce if you like a bit of extra flavour!

    METHOD

    • Chop all vegetables into small bite size pieces or slices.
    • Slice chicken breasts.
    • Cook noodles as per package instructions.
    • Crush garlic and ginger.
    • Add all sauce ingrediants into jug with crushed garlic and ginger, mix well.
    • Once everything is prepped, turn your frying pan on to med-high heat.
    • Add drizzle of oil and add scliced chicken to pan (I personally cook in batches so the chicken does not stew in the pan).
    • Cook/sear chicken for 3-4 minutes depending on the size of the pieces.
    • Add broccoli and carrot first as it takes the longest to cook.
    • Add a tbsp of water to the pan & cover to steam veggies a little bit. Remove the lid, add remaining vegetables.
    • Saute until nice and golden.
    • Add cooked noodles (I cut mine with scissors to make it easier for the children to eat).
    • Pour over the sauce and let simmer on a low heat asd it soaks into the noddles (you can add the sauce 1/2 at a time if you do not want too much sauce).
    • Stir and keep cooking until most of the sauce has been absorbed into the noodles.
    • Taste test and add salt if needed.

    Chef’s tip: The best tool you have is your eyes. I find the best food is always created when you adjust as needed and to taste preference. Personally, I love to wing everything for a more authentic style of cooking!