I had a couple of chicken breasts in the fridge and I wanted some inspiration on what to cook with them. So I went on google and found this recipe.
I didn't want to cook that much and I wanted to make it even easier so I definitely tweaked it quite a bit.
I also used my electric pressure cooker but you could use a slow cooker or do it on the stove top. I wanted to make it quick so this is how I made it.
One pot chicken chow mein Simply Filling
2 chicken breasts cuts into small cubes
1/2 package of whole wheat spaghettini or you could use any shape of whole wheat pasta I broke my in half for smaller pieces
2 cups chicken broth I made my own and used that
1 tsp olive oil which I'm not sure why that's in there
2 tbsp low sodium soy sauce
2 cloves of garlic which I didn't have so I just used powdered
a couple of drops of fish sauce which isn't necessary but I like it
Instead of sugar I added one sweetener
1 package of frozen mixed Asian vegetables
Chopped green onion
I didn't but you might want to spray non stick on your pan first.
Put the broth, chicken, pasta, soy sauce, olive oil, garlic and sweetener in pot.
I cooked it on the rice setting for 10 minutes.
Released the steam and stirred.
Added the Asian vegetables which mine were partly thawed.
Cooked for another 2 minutes.
Released the steam and voila
Served with chopped onion on the top.
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