When the food gods speak, I listen.
and what do they say?
Eh I don't know what's gotten into me but I am in a recipe sharing mood tonight soooo...
A much healthier lemon chicken than the one you know!!
because I know you need a delicious new recipe to get you out of your boring dinner rut. I also happen to know it needs to be easy, preferably with minimal ingredients and that is exactly why i am sharing :)
4 chicken breasts
1 C chicken broth
3 T sugar
4 T lemon juice
4 t corn starch
T = tablespoon
t = teaspoon
cube your thawed chicken. Sauté over med/high heat until the chicken is cooked through. Light brown is nice. Charred brown is welll... charred!
sauté= high heat, low oil.
in a saucepan add the chicken broth, sugar, and lemon juice.
take a little of this very mixture and stir it into the cornstarch in a separate little bowl until its soupy sans lumps.
add the cornstarch mixture to the chicken broth mixture and bring to a boil.
pour over your chicken.
voila! See that didn't take long at all!
oh you know what goes perfectly with this lemon chicken??????
My delicious fried rice recipe.
1/2 an onion, small diced
6 cloves of garlic, minced
5-6 C cooked LEFTOVER rice. Can i just stress the importance of the rice being leftover??!! its needs to be cold thru and thru... and thru some more :)
variable amt. of soy sauce
1/2 t chili paste (optional, adds spice)
1 C frozen peas and carrots
first your gonna need to whisk the eggs pretty good. get your non-stick wok piping hot. Drizzle it with olive oil. Pour the eggs in and then pick the wok up! Yep with your hands and possibly some oven mitts. Then tip it so the eggs get swirled around the edges and it makes a thin flat circle off egg. Slide it out onto your cutting board. I usually fold it over and then slice it in thin strips. Set aside.
Then in your already hot wok :) add a little more oil. Toss in the onions. Sauté the onions for a minute or so then add the garlic for a brief minute.
Add the cold LEFTOVER rice to the pan. let it cook in there for a few minutes stirring occasionally.
In a separate bowl mix the soy sauce with the chili paste, I eye ball it but I'd guess its around 5-6 T of soy sauce??
Pour over the rice. stir it in real good.
Toss in the peas and carrots.
Woot. You're done.
The rice isn't hard but it does require thinking ahead a bit. What I do is when I make a dinner with rice I just cook twice as much rice as I need and refrigerate the rest for fried rice later in the week :)
and now for my next trick...
a photo of a bug.
that looks like a leaf.
and has nothing to do with anything.
p.s. asian style dishes taster better in bowls with cats on them. Give it a try!