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Double Sesame Chicken Stir- Fry

September 26, 2012

Fresh Start

This was the first dish I made in my new accommodation at the University of Surrey.  My kitchen is annoying small and I have to share with 5 other people, but luckily it somehow works out.  Especially as everyone is understanding about my cooking passion.  I want my year to be as successful as I was at Leeds University and I thought what better way to celebrate new beginnings by making a fresh fragrant dinner to symbolise a fresh start.  My stir fry is very healthy, tasty and easy to make. It is perfect for students living in shared accommodation as it does not take up too much space being a one hob dish.  This will definitely not be the case for me every week though as  plan to make the most of every day.  To wonderful new chapters!

(serves 4)

Ingredients:

4 chicken breasts (chopped and diced), 2 tbsps garlic granules, 1tbsp rapeseed oil, 2 tbsps ground nutmeg, 2 tsps light soy sauce, 2 tsps honey, 1 garlic clove (chopped), stir fry vegetable mix, toasted sesame seeds, 1 tsp sesame oil, brown rice (to serve).

Method:

1. Rub the diced chicken breasts in garlic and nutmeg and leave in the fridge for a minimum of 2 hours.
2. Start cooking the brown rice.
3. Heat the oil in a wok over a medium heat and then add the chicken.
4. When the chicken is cooked add the soy sauce, honey and garlic and cook for 6 minutes.
5. Add the vegetables and cook for a further 2 minutes.
6. Add the sesame seeds and sesame oil and fry for a minute.
7. Serve stir fry with brown rice.

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One Comment
  1. Really looks good.

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