The sky is the limit when it comes to cooking incredible Chinese chicken dishes. Whether you love spicy Szechuan chicken or gravitate towards the sweet and sour chicken classic, the wonderful flavour combinations seem endless and here, we’ve gathered our best recipes to cover them all! With everything from stir-fries and soups to salads and sang choy bow, our easy meals will have you skipping the Chinese take-away to create your own authentic dishes at home.
This Asian inspired dinner is quick, simple and SO tasty! Full of delicious flavour and texture, this chicken fried rice is sure to become a family favourite in no time!
Don’t let the cook time dishearten you, this dish is very simple to prepare, and the flavours are well worth the wait!
There’s an allure to san choy bow that everybody seems to love, yet few people actually cook it at home.
For a delicious dipping sauce, combine table salt with ground white pepper and add a squeeze of lemon. Note
You can use any type of fresh noodle in this recipe you prefer. Note
Fresh produce and a few pantry staples are all you need for this delicious hoisin chicken stir-fry.
Whole chicken poached in a flavoursome Chinese-style broth with star anise, soy, cinnamon and sesame creates tender and delicious meat. Serve with your choice of noodles or rice. Looking for more chicken dinners? Chinese cooking wine is also known as chinese rice wine, dry sherry can be used instead. To freeze Complete the recipe to […]
A light and fragrant traditional Chinese soup.
Tender pieces of chicken contrast with crunchy cashews, sprouts and toasted pepitas to create this healthy and delicious meal.
To prepare hokkien noodles, loosen slightly and place in a large heatproof bowl. Cover with boiling water. Set aside 2-3 minutes, stirring with a fork to separate noodles. Note
Fried noodles, also known as crispy noodles, are used in sang choy bow and chow mein. They can be found in supermarkets, usually in 50g or 100g packets, already deep-fried. Note
Sometimes the old favourites are the only thing that will do, chicken chow mein not only fits the bill but is quick, easy and good for you. Winning all round.
Fun to make and even better to eat.