Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry

 

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One Pan Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry | Dinner in 30 Minutes

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Heat oil in a large skillet over high heat. Fry chicken and onion in hot oil until the chicken is no longer pink in the center and the onion is tender, 5 to 7 minutes. Stir broccoli with the chicken and onion; saute until the broccoli is hot, about 5 minutes. Push the chicken. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat.

Add chicken, garlic and gingerroot; stir-fry 2 to 3 minutes or until chicken is brown. 2 Add onion, carrots, 3/4 cup of the broth, the soy sauce and sugar. Total Time: 30 mins. Yield: 4 servings.

COURSE: Dinner. CUISINE: Chinese, Japanese. Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry made with lean white meat and lots of broccoli in a ginger and garlic stir-fry sauce that’s an easy and quick weeknight meal or the perfect meal prep recipe for easy lunches all week long.

Transfer cooked chicken to a platter. Heat remaining 1 tablespoon vegetable oil in the same wok or skillet; cook and stir broccoli and onion until broccoli is partially cooked but still firm, 2 to 3 minutes. Stir in oyster sauce mixture and continue cooking until broccoli. Cook: Heat oil in a large skillet over high heat.

Add garlic and onion, stir for 10 seconds until garlic starts to go golden. Then add chicken and cook for 2 minutes or until the chicken is just cooked through. Add broccoli, Sauce and water. How to Make Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry In a medium mixing bowl, whisk together soy sauce and cornstarch. Mix in chicken broth, honey, brown sugar, rice vinegar and sesame oil, set aside.

Heat vegetable oil in a 12-inch non-stick skillet over fairly high heat. Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry. This recipe for chicken and broccoli stir fry is a classic dish of chicken sauteed with fresh broccoli florets and coated in a savory sauce.

You can have a healthy and easy dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes! Course Main. Cuisine Asian. While you cook your chicken and steam your broccoli, you can quickly stir together your sauce ingredients.

Once you add your sauce, make sure you scrape the bottom of your skillet well to add in those. When the oil is heated, add the garlic and stir-fry until aromatic or become light brown. Add the chicken and do a few quick stirs. Add the sauce and turn the heat to low.

When the chicken is cooked through, add the broccoli, stir to. Flavor packed healthy chicken and broccoli stir fry made with chicken, broccoli, and a thick and sticky sauce to bring it all together. Easy to make, ready in 30 minutes, and only calls for 10 ingredients! You’ll never order it at a restaurant again after making it at home.

Paleo, Whole30, and gluten free.

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Add the broccoli and chicken, and stir-fry for 5 to 6 minutes, or until the chicken is cooked.

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The broccoli first is browned for color, then quickly steamed to cook through, and finally sautéed with some aromatics for a boost in flavor.

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Add water and stir-fry until broccoli is tender-crisp and water has evaporated (if water evaporates before broccoli is done, add a little water), about 4 minutes longer.

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Stir in the broccoli, green onions, and soy sauce mixture until evenly incorporated; cover the skillet, and allow to simmer until the beef is cooked through and the broccoli is tender, 3 to 4 minutes.

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Add broccoli, bell pepper, mushrooms, and soy sauce; stir-fry until vegetables are crisptender, 2 to 3 minutes.

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Add the broccoli and continue to stir-fry for 4–6 minutes.

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Add broccoli and bell pepper, stir-fry about 2 minutes or until almost crisp-tender.

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Add the carrots and broccoli; stir-fry for 5 minutes, or until both vegetables are crisp-tender.

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  • Tess I am very confused. In the recipe it says rice wine. But in your comments you are saying rice wine vinegar. Both of my grocery stores carry rice wine or rice vinegar but rice wine vinegar does not exist at either of the stores. I have already made this recipe twice with regular rice wine. Am I doing something wrong then??

  • What a travesty! That chicken and those vegetables are steaming. They are getting watery and losing their flavor. I would do a small drizzle of oil in a rocking hot pan and that should be enough.

  • This seems a bit too complicated for me I just use a hot wok with oil stir fry the cut up chicken remove after cooked add raw broccoli to wok with onion stir fry till done add chicken back to wok add soy sauce for flavor done! Turns out EXCELLENT every time��

  • Yesterday I tried doing this on my own and seriously messed it up. It was for meal prep and I ate 2 days worth of it and I just can’t stand it. I hate to waste food, but I’m going to get rid of the other 3 days worth of the food and make your recipe tomorrow as soon as I get home from work.:)

  • I’d sear the chicken with garlic, ginger and scallions in peanut oil,, set aside, add veggies to wok with lid until steam, add chicken and “stir fry” for a moment. In a separate bowl (not to ruin your seasoned carbon steel wok with the sugar) mix in Worcestershire, Sriracha, and a tad of Honey.

  • Hello all
    I just tried this and I wish I can post a pic and this came out perfect. If you want sweer and sour chicken just ass pineapple. Enjoy
    By the way i use chicken thighs cook than chop. With chop sweet peppers and scallions.

  • my concern is amount of starch. Starch trips meat into longer/harder digestion. If One is eating starch by spoons each day, it’s not healthy.

  • Thank you for teaching us how to make chicken and broccoli TWO ways! You make it look so easy-peasy, too❣️ ������
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  • There is so many ways you can prepare a dish. There is no right or wrong way. The best way to know if you are doing things right is when you get repeat customers-Tony Chang my mentor. Check out http://www.cookingwithchefblackanese.com  we will explore fusion cooking of many ethnicities. Most of all we will bring together people of many cultures to explore the finest recipes from around the world.

  • If i have sauce in a bottle that I want to use, do I use the same method (coating the chicken and adding flour to the sauce)? Also, was the broccoli raw or steamed going into the pan? Thanks!

  • Jonny I want to thank you for this delicious & easy to make recipe.i had try other recipes,but none were as good as yours.i’m sticking to this one for ever. thanks & keep up the wonderful work!!!

  • Natasha thank you for this recipe!!! My husband and I have been craving something comforting and healthy and it hit the spot, we look forward to trying many more of your recipes, which look delicious in the videos ��

  • I just tried. It was delicious and my boyfriend loved it. But I used cauliflower and turkey breast because that’s what I had available. Thank you so much. Will appreciate it if you can make 黄焖鸡 recipe…��

  • Wonderful Natasha. You are a great cook ��‍�� I love your recipes. I will try it but with beef �� what kind of rice you used?��������

  • Wow It Luks Awesome Sure appears to be Delicious N Yummy Yum Yum Great Recipe with Minimum Ingredients ������was fun watching the vdw

  • O boy… see chicken parts. I love every bit of this. I also got this book where you can find cool recipes check it and see if you will like it
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  • I plan on using double the amount of chicken. How can I double the sauce? I feel like 1 and 1/3 cups of broth might be too much liquid. But, I might be wrong. Do you know, Natasha?

  • Thanks Happy Wok, I made this tonight for dinner and it was absolutely great, however I varied the marinade a bit with a splash of Maggi savory sauce, a pinch salt, a pinch of MSG and a tbsp. shaoxing cooking wine, I also used sliced carrots for color. Stir fried the meat first of course, then I blanched the vegetables for about 30 seconds drained them,  then stir fried everything in hot peanut oil, added my sauces and viola it came out so, so good. Not bragging but I thought I was eating at a high end Chinese restaurant. Thanks again I’ll be cooking and eating this again soon..

  • Did You Clean your chicken Before Hand? I Believe in Cleaning my Meat before cooking cause all the butchers do is cut meat after meat not cleaning And I know that for A fact cause I have a brother in law that is a Butcher for the local stores they Do Not Clean the Meat there job is to cut the Meat And I know there are alot of people who think…Well its Getting Cooked the heat will kill All Bacteria!! But your Asses are Lazy And Nasty My Husband is One of them! And not to make racist but he is White And Doesn’t have A Clue That’s Why I Prefer to Cook! Or if He is I’ll take liberty to go the Extra Mile To clean the Meat!! If you put a little vinegar or Salt in your water you will see all the Crap!! Come off Your Meat!!

  • holy fuck, is that your normal voice? sounds like a fucking chipmunk, should mute yourself and add subtitles or something, and i love how you prononce CHAI Neese

  • This channel is consistent with delicious recipes. All the ones I tried, I enjoyed. For chicken broccoli, this may be my favorite of other chicken broccoli recipes. Thank you.

  • I rarely ever subscribe after 1 video tho your’s I did. Great looking recipe (making it tomorrow) and we’ll presented-your very funny too. Looking forward to more. Cheers

  • I have not been able to get Chinese food since the Coronavirus pandemic. All of the restaurants were closed☹. My co-worker suggested I go on U Tube, find a recipe and make my own Chinese food. I stumbled across your channel and followed the directions. I am a slow cook, so my chicken marinated for more than 20 minutes. Also I did not have any large carrots, only organic baby carrots. I sliced each carrot in half and roasted my vegetables. Omg, this dish turned out amazing!��In fact I loved the sauce so much I doubled the batch to go with some white rice. �� You have a new sibscriber!

  • I cannot say enough about the amazing awesome things I had learned from your channel, at least once a month I have to make your fried rice and orange chicken. Now on trying this tomorrow night. Thanks again and stay safe God bless you.

  • Nothing worse than wasting all the chicken and ingredients that I used in this recipe, don’t lose time and money, I’m sorry for the nice lady that give the recipe but my family and I didn’t like it ����

  • Friend… It’s not oyster sauce, if it says oyster “FLAVORED”, be careful when you buy these things because they try so hard to cram their Genetic Engineering down our throats, along with their modified (food, corn and tapioca) starches, if its “modified” means it’s not original, which is a good indication that it’s Genetically Engineered.  Other products outright say, “Produced with Genetic Engineering”, or “Partially produced with Genetic Engineering”   The reason they put labels on some of the items, is not because it’s law, because they could give a cow’s moo about the law.   It’s to keep your eyes diverted from the fact that they’re putting it in just about everything else that, by law, ISN’T required to have a label.  Deodorant, shampoo’s, cosmetics, soap, cleaning products, however, they can lower our immune systems to make us susceptible to sickness and death.

  • Just made this recepi with the exception I added some sesame seed oil to the sauce and also thickened it at the end with corn starch slurry. great tasting recipe and also fast and easy

  • I just want to let you know I just finished making this as I told you that I was going to try it came out perfect can I do shrimp like this I enjoyed my dinner thanks for the information

  • Tired this out today turned out to be great added a little red pepper and black pepper to cater my taste. The family loved it. Thank you so much for sharing:)

  • I just love it when young man have a passion for cooking. when you can get around a kitchen like that you will never struggle in life hun. Keep up the good work��⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  • I find it necessary to use chinese wine to remove the stench on certain veggies like broccoli and bamboo shoots or meat like pork and mutton.

  • This was delicious, healthy and easy! My husband is allergic to shellfish so I substituted Tsang Stir Fry Classic Sauce for the Oyster Sauce. Otherwise I followed the recipe exactly as written. This tasted like it was cooked in a quality Chinese restaurant. Thank you Tess!

  • Well, with me to each is own, nothing wrong w/his way of cooking and nothing wrong w/my way as long as it taste good. Thank you for the vids

  • hi..I tries this recipe but it came out watery..is there anything I can do to save it? I will say its my fault because I used more chicken so I added more ingredients… help!!

  • I am loving your channel and have recommended it to others. Today I made your chicken and broccoli. The chicken was juicy and so flavorful! The toasted broccoli and carrots were so delicious. The broccoli had an amazing flavour and it keeps it nice and crunchy. The sauce was so flavourful. It is a bit spicy because of the white pepper but I loved it and the unique flavour of the white pepper as opposed to the black is amazing. Thank you!

  • I made this but I didn’t have an oyster sauce or dark soy sauce so I added peanut butter!!!!! I read somewhere you can add this (and siracha duh) and omg it tastes amaaazing!!!

  • Does my other dad remember my seaseme chicken recipe….it was pretty good….mistakes at the gerocery store and people forgetting to use cart dividers…what are we gonna do with this thai peanut sauce…lets make chicken minus the garlic and green onion add the peanut sauce and seaseme seeds too….

  • This looks awesoming, like another if your recipes. Question…if you do not have chicken broth, can you substitute water for it?

  • bro i don’t think the boiling or frying makes too big a difference… i think it’s all the ingredients in the sauce that makes the chicken healthy or unhealthy… so many preservatives and probably sugar in the sauce. in the keto diet, people need to eat more fats and oils… anyway… looks delicious!

  • Thank u for this recipe. I tried this especially the brown sauce but i didnt mix it with other sauce only the oyster and soy sauce i have but twas amazingly delicious! Feels like im eating in a japanese restaurant. Superb!

  • I tried it and it was delicious. Pan roasting the veggies prior to adding them to the chicken, makes the dish so much flavorful. Great tip!

  • Made this yesterday and loved it. It is my Husband favorite when we order out.. The best I ever ate. Roasting the Broccoli was lovely and browning the meat added flavor. This is a winner. Thank you ☺️

  • My son’s fave… I love the way you film your movie.i love the tricks…hope i could learn those also.. New in this world. Hope i could reach as far as you are.. ������

  • I’ve never enjoyed making homemade meals, until i started doing your recipes. They’ve been a great success at my home. Its true what they say “way to a man’s heart is through his stomach” My husband loves and shows much appreciation for all the new meals you have helped me bring to our table. THANK YOU❤

  • Sorry, but all you haters are probably sick.
    If you can cook it better, why did you search for a recipe in a first place…?
    The other thing is, that even in my itty-bitty 5 milion country, every 10 kilometers recipe for the same food varies, and even for the national ones. Everyone has differnet taste and preferences, if you tried it and didn’t like it, just change it to your taste or don’t cook it at all! It’s that simple! And if you didn’t try it and you are just hating, someone should have tought you, that if you don’t have a nice thing to say, don’t say nothing at all.
    I’m concerned, that noone asked for your opinion.

  • Another delicious dish i will try from your videos. Thanks for presenting different ideas for dinner, it helps us, especially myself who is not good at cooking. Lol.

  • This was DELICIOUS! ❤️ I have been learning from you for about a month now and LOVE this recipe! We eat a lot of take out and you are right this is WAY better than takeout! Thank you thank you please keep making delicious videos!!

  • Can you also tell us how you take care of your skin, is so beautiful, of course the genetic of Asin women is amazing, the diet but also the skin care regimen. You are very beautiful lady.

  • It may taste good, but definitely it is not the real Chinese way! Boil the meat oe vegi first? No way, unless you are making soup!

  • Love this recipe!!! Another thing you can do is soak the onions in a little bit of balsamic vinegar while you prep, it adds a little kick to this amazing dish ❤️❤️❤️

  • I just tried this recipe and it was absolutely delicious! Thank you so much for sharing it! It will definitely be a part of our go to chicken dishes! Do you have a recipe for pan fried noodles?

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    زورونا في القناة
    فضلا و ليس أمرا لاتنسوا الاشتراك في القناة وتفعيل الجرس كي يصلكم الجديد
    شكرا لكم..

  • Hello:) I made this today after watching your videos. It was excellent as you said! Can’t wait to try Mogo Beef. I may even just make up some vegetables in stir fry and add this sauce. Thank you so much for your great instructional videos.

  • WTF is this shit? Steaming the broccoli first and then coating the chicken with egg white and cornstarch only to boil it THEN stir fry all of it…are you fucking high? You’ve added about 4 steps to many for such a simple quick wok meal.

  • Chef, I cooked this for my husband last year and since then he kept asking me to cook from your recipes again! And so I did. My family is Chinese but everybody is so petty when it comes to share recipes (except my mom, of course. But I’m asking her to learn from you also. LOL)

    My husband really likes the sound of your wok and bought me a good quality wok! Thank you for posting a lot of great recipes!

  • Thank you Mr.Fai for taking the time to share your priceless knowledge with the world. I have always loved chinese cuisine and I hope to one day be as skilled as you are. God bless you and your loved ones.

  • Just found your channel and I cannot wait to try this food I make a lot of Chinese soup but I love broccoli and vegetables I love garlic I want to learn how to make egg foo young I’m gonna go see if you have any videos on it thank you for sharing your cooking skills with us chef ��‍��

  • Great recipe as usual! I’m so glad to see you use sesame oil the traditional Chinese way ie to garnish the food at the end of cooking before serving. Western cooks cooking Chinese style use sesame oil to stir fry sooo wrong regardless if sesame oil is dark or light.

  • I prepare this dish for almost a half a year now….almost every week… And I love it like I did the first time!.. Thank you and congratulations Mr. Fai…

  • This is super good, I made it without the chicken stock as I didn’t have any and it was awesome!!! I think it doesn’t need it:D
    Thanks!

  • Are you using a wok because you think it will make your dish more asian? You could have made that exact dish in any frying pan. You never utilized the wok to it’s potential for stir fry.

  • Hi Chef!
    As always I can always finds some good ideals here. Made this yesterday with the exception of using Cauliflower instead of Broccoli. Along with some Fried Chili Pods, and Cashews. With just enough crispness in the Cauliflower to give it some Crunch! “Happy New Year!”

  • My husband looked over at what I was watching. He asked, “Oh is that your guy?” I said yep that’s him, Mr. Notalki. Hehehe this looks wonderful and we have fresh broccoli in the fridge and chicken in the freezer. I must try this and thanx for sharing.

  • You cook like magic, I had problems with meat and starch, make my wok and spatulla sticky and burnt. I hate it. Can you give some tips for me?

  • Chef Fai, thank you for your generosity in sharing your talent and recipes. This means a lot to us. Your title “happy wok” fits it very well. You make cooking as a happy and fulfilling chore. Keep on sharing us your delicious recipes. Thank you.

  • No way this has flavor.. there’s no reason you had to boil everything like that. You could have fried it on it’s own in a skillet and the browned chicken would have added so much flavor. Olive oil is also keto friendly and would have made the cooking much better

  • Oh my God I am totally making this. Chicken and broccoli is probably my favorite dish from a Chinese restaurant. I could eat it every single day. If I learn how to make this I will probably eat it several times a week.

  • Wow I made this but I left out the sugar and added 2 green chopped chilli’s,all the plates were clean and my son’s and husband said it was really nice ��

  • I just made this recipe for lunch and WOWOWOW it was soooo delicious �� it was better than most takeout restaurants. Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe. I will be making this over and over and over….again. Your recipe and video was so easy to follow. I give this a 10!

  • Thank you for making this video. I am trying to get this dish done correctly. I feel I am missing a wholesome flavor that I get from my local Chinese restaurant. If adding too much ginger/garlic I feel it makes it taste too bold. If I take that away it tastes just of oyster sauce. (Which I enjoy) Do you have an idea what the restaurant is adding?

  • Im gonna come a crossed as an ass but i liked the video until you boiled the chicken im confused at that point doest that was off most of the egg white /soy sauce and what not why not water then the other stuff what did i miss

  • As a foreigner this is the best recipe I can learn how to make chinese food!! It explains very well. Thank  you!!!! But still it doesnt taste the same I ate in China… So sad. Pleas show us more recipe. I would like yo know more homemill recipes!! I like 地三鮮,  mara soup, cumin meat…..so lots!!!

  • ok so whatever you do DO NOT use the flour the raw chicken was in to make your sauce, unless you want a little E coli with your stir fry!

  • I am your avid fan, may i ask what is the best non stick pan to use, because i already bought a lot of pans and none of them is good to use, hope you can help me. Thank you

  • I like how this is a no nonesense video and gets straight into it without a long intro of someone telling us how great it is to “see” you then spends 10 minutes telling us all about their weekend with some stupid chirpy music over the top usually kids who watch those videos with no intention of ever making the food