You get home from a long day of classes and all you want to do is order some Chinese takeout. What if you could make something healthy, quick and delicious instead? Your wallet and your waistline would thank you in the end. Takeout can get expensive and is just plain bad for you.
I have found a quick 30-minute recipe for sesame chicken noodle stir-fry on gimmesomeoven.com. This recipe is described as quick and easy, using only a few ingredients. Cook up your chicken first as this might take the longest. Then the rice noodles are to be boiled according to the package instructions. While those are boiling she says to chop up whatever vegetables you may have on hand using lots of greens, she uses broccoli, peppers, mushrooms, carrots and green onions. After you’re done chopping those up sauté them in whatever cooking oil you have already at home. Then make your stir-fry sauce, which includes soy sauce, rice wine vinegar, sesame oil, ginger, garlic powder and chili garlic sauce. This recipe can be made gluten free with one easy switch of tamari instead of using soy sauce.
I myself am no chef but this recipe is easy to follow with clear instructions and not too many ingredients to get overwhelmed with. Check out her 30-minute sesame chicken noodle stir-fry for yourself. Ditch the Chinese takeout and keep your bank account high and your pant size low by cooking this healthy dish at home.
Peace, Love and DDP,