Stir-Fry Sesame Chicken (Healthy and Light): extremely delicious and popular Chinese recipe made healthier and easier. It can be enjoyed with any grain or noodle and makes a great #mealprep
This Stir-Fry Sesame Chicken (Healthy and Light) is one of our favorite weeknight meal. It’s easier than your takeout order and extremely delicious. The recipe was initially posted in 2015 and the pictures were taken in an extreme jiffy as we were so hungry and couldn’t wait for than 5 minutes to devour this.
Apart from being our favorite goto Stir-Fry Sesame Chicken recipe, it’s one of my most searched recipes by you’ll or my lovely readers. So I had been planning to reshoot the pictures and show you all the deliciousness. So here are the new pics and the recipe details are the same except that I’ve swapped zucchini with broccoli in the new pics.
So, here we are with some new pics and you can now see all the vibrant colors of the veggies mixed in and the saucy-glistening chicken in that sweet-spicy sesame sauce.
Hello beautiful people, today there was an extra bounce in my step and a wide smile on the face as it’s Friday.
Everything looked shinier and brighter. As you might remember from my last post, I’m trying to get back on a healthier eating routine after spending an entire month or so gorging on all kind of food.
Now my definition of healthy food‘, doesn’t mean boring, bland or curbing any particular food item.
It’s more like eating regularly, right quantity, less of high-calorie food and making a healthier version of my favorite recipes.
Continuing with that, today I’m going to share a quick but healthy recipe for Stir-Fry Sesame Chicken.
It’s one of my goto chicken recipes but it’s usually deep fried chicken in a thick sticky sauce using sugar and cornstarch.
My version is without any sugar or cornstarch, low in salt and includes a lot of vegetable along with chicken which makes it lighter and crunchy.
This Stir-Fry Sesame Chicken recipe is made under 15 minutes and can be stored in the refrigerator for 3-4 days. Best served fresh along with your choice of side.
When cooking with Soy Sauce, always keep in mind the salt content. Soy Sauce is high in salt hence
if you’re adding additional salt, taste the dish before doing so.
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