Saturday, November 29, 2008

Broccoli Chicken

Eat more broccoli! Broccoli is very beneficial to us so there is no reason why you should not consume this veggie. Since Weekend Wokking secret ingredient this month is broccoli and I have some broccoli at home, so I make this super easy broccoli chicken to share with you. It is so easy that I think a lot of you already know how to make this. If you don't know, then this can be a very easy one dish Chinese stir-fry dish to eat with your rice. All you need to do is to buy one bottle of Lee Kum Kee oyster flavored sauce. Hmmm...I think WalMart might have it in the Asian aisle but of course it will be much cheaper to buy it at the Asian market.


1 skinless and boneless chicken breast, sliced
1 small carrot, cut

About one big bowl of Broccoli, cut

2 cloves of garlic, chopped

About 2 Tbsp. LKK oyster sauce

1/4 cup water

Oil for cooking


In a heated wok, add cooking oil. When heated, add in garlic, stir-fry until slightly golden, add in chicken. Stir-fry until chicken is almost cooked, add in broccoli and carrot. Stir-fry for a little while (until broccoli is soften but still remain the crunchiness), add in water and oyster sauce. Stir-well and dish out to serve with rice.

I'm submitting this recipe to Weekend Wokking, a world-wide food blogging event created by Wandering Chopsticks to celebrate the multiple ways we can cook one ingredient. The host this month is Noobcook. If you would like to participate or to see the secret ingredient, check who's hosting next month.


Jin Hooi said...

I love brocolli, stir fried with oyster sauce and some sliced almond .. yum!!!

Beachlover said...

one of my favourite food,chicken broccoli but bro must be crunchy!! yummy!

Noob Cook said...

I love easy and delicious stir fries like this one. I like the cute way you cut the carrots too. Thanks for sharing with ww! =D

Anonymous said...

thanks ur sharing

at least , i found out my mistake on cooking broccoli chicken.

Wandering Chopsticks said...

I like the little carrot flowers you made. Adds a nice color contrast to the green broccoli. :)

Ling's Passion said...

I like the carrot flowers amongst the brocolli. It really bring out the dish and makes it look so appertising.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Thanks ladies! :)

Family First said...

Actually i really miss all your cakes & cookie posts! Will you be starting soon for Xmas & CNY???

Sweet Jasmine said...

MY kind of dish too but I blanched my broccoli and carrots first in hot water with a pinch of salt to soften it.

daphne said...

Yum!! This looks really simple yet nutritious!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Family First,
Yes, maybe cookies for CNY, not sure about Christmas yet.

Sweet Jasmine,
Yeah, I know some people do that first but for me that's an extra step that I can omit. :P

Thanks Daphne because it is. :P