Hey everyone! Hope you are well. I’ve decided to write out a recipe of mine today because I’ve been fascinated with the art of heart warming food lately, and I felt that I should share this with you guys. Let’s get into this article,shall we?
Brown Sugar Chicken Chop Suey
-Chow Mein Noodles
-Sliced Orange Pepper
-Sliced Green Pepper
-Pre Cut Carrots
-Pre Cut Cabbage
-Pre-Cooked Salami slices
-1 Full Potato Onion
Make sure to clean your Chicken first inside lukewarm water and squeezed lime juice. While that sits, begin to slice your vegetables. After slicing your vegetables, take a pot and lightly coat the bottom of the pan with olive oil, then put it on the stove and turn the stove onto the lowest heat. You’re going to work on seasoning the chicken tenderloins.
Having to cut the tenderloins only varies on personal preference. I like to slice the tenderloins into smaller pieces. Anyway, dump out the lime juice with the water and make sure to splash the chicken with some cold water before beginning to season the chicken. Then, I begin to eyeball the amount of cumin. The seasoning should just dust over the top of the tenderloins. After the cumin, I take about two and a half teaspoons of brown sugar and dump it in the mix, and just enough soy sauce to cover the top of the chicken evenly. I then use a clean hand to mix the ingredients together. In the end of the mixing, it looked like this:
Not so much of an appealing angle, I know. At this point, you want to put the chicken to the side and begin to cut your pre cooked salami into small triangle size pieces. After all the meat is prepped, you want to go ahead and put them into the pot with the rest of the vegetables, turn the heat on a little higher, and begin to stir and turn the ingredients. I’d say after two minutes of stirring, cover the pot with the top in order to make sure that the flavor never leaves the food. Now it’s time for the noodles. I take a separate pot and fill it halfway with water and sprinkle some salt into the water before putting it on the stove to boil. Once the water boils, go ahead and put in your noodles and begin to stir so that the noodles don’t stick to the pan. Then, just leave it to boil for about 5 minutes. While that’s happening, I prepare the snow peas by cutting the ends and putting it into the rest of the vegetables and meat in the last mintues for that satisfying crunch and color. This is how it looked:
After the noodles are finished, drain them and add them into the first pot, then stir. Once that happens, I like to add one more teaspoon of brown sugar and soy sauce, stir it in, then let the food cook for another 5 minutes with the top on the pot.