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Chicken Stir Fry
(this would feed 4, or two with leftovers)

Marinate two diced chicken breasts anywhere from 1 hour to overnight in teriyaki sauce (add soy or hot sauce if you like).

The basics: Dice one onion, and two bulbs of garlic.

You can then add green pepper, pea pods, broccoli, carrots, bok choy, water chestnuts, etc - whatever you like in your stir fry. I add a little cilantro at the very end, keeps it tasting very fresh and clean.

Saute onions and garlic in a wok (or large frying pan) with a little oil - olive, sesame, or vegetable.

Add chicken - cook until outside is white.

Add remaining veggies.

To help speed things up, put a lid on the wok, add a little water, and turn down heat to help soften hard veggies.

Finish by adding 1 tsp of corn starch already mixed with water to give it that restaurant "glazed" look - it also thickens the sauce.

Serve over white rice, or stir in noodles - spaghetti or whatever - for lo mein.

I like a little soy sauce on my stir fry, or try this great hot sauce - Sriracha, a hot chilli sauce.

So this can be as simple as you want, or as complicated as you want. For one, or 8. Just chicken, onions and garlic (less then $10 total), or everything I mentioned and more.


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