Happy Monday! I’m a week into FASTer Way to Fat loss and I’m feeling great! I can already see a difference in my body and my milk supply has been great! I’m so excited to go through the full 6 weeks and share results!
Its been awhile since I threw a recipe on here…mostly because I have been eating the same thing over and over the last month or so #BASIC..haha. I did try this recipe at home yesterday though and it was easy to make so I had to share. It IS kid friendly but I would lay off the paprika in the dredge if you have young kids.
This meal is literally bomb.com and some of it can be prepped ahead of time (rice, and sauce!). I can’t take credit for this amazing-ness though-a friend of mine made it for me during my postpartum phase and it was pretty much heaven on earth. This is pretty much the first stir fry that isn’t sunbasket that I’ve made that actually tastes like a legit stir fry! So I’m here to tell you that this recipe can be mastered by anyone! Special shout out to my friend for this recipe! xo!
Anyway, enough talk. Let’s get to this stir fry!
Sesame Chicken Stir Fry
1 1/2 pound chicken breasts sliced into frying pieces
Canola oil for frying
1 C Flour
3 t paprika
1 t garlic powder
2 t salt & pepper
Mix above ingredients in large dish for chicken to be dipped in.
2 eggs beat (separate bowl)
1 C corn starch (separate bowl)
5 oz Mae ploy sweet chili sauce
5 Oz water
1/4 C low sodium soy sauce
1/8 C rice wine vinegar
1/4 C honey
1 t Thai chili sauce (more if want spicier)
1 T sesame oil
2 T corn starch
Combine all ingredients except cornstarch and mix well.
Heat adequate oil in large frying pan
Dredge the chicken in the cornflour, then dip in the egg and then dredge in flour mixture. Add to the frying pan and cook on medium high heat for 7-10 minutes or until brown on both sides. Remove from the pan and place on paper towels.
While chicken is cooking, cook rice. Remove broccoli from stems, and steam.
add all the sauce ingredients to a hot pan. Mix in corn starch with whisk through fine sleeve to prevent clumping. and cook to thicken, generally 2-3 minutes.