Chinese Sticky Chicken with a Kinda Singapore Noodles

Chinese Sticky Chicken with a Kinda Singapore Noodles

Chinese Chicken Singapore Noodles

For the Chicken

Serves 6

5-6 Chicken Breasts, cut into strips
A Handful of Sesame Seeds
1 tbsp Chinese Five Spice
2 tbsp Sweet Chilli Sauce
Malden Sea Salt and Black Pepper
Olive Oil

For the Noodles

600g Cooked Rice Noodles
A Mix of Veggies such as Mange Tout, Beansprouts, Red Onion, Baby Corn etc
1 tbsp Oyster Sauce
1 tbsp Soy Sauce
1/2 tbsp Rice Wine Vinegar
1 tbsp Turmeric
Olive Oil
Freshly Chopped Red Chilli

Coat the chicken with the Chinese five spice, salt and pepper.

Add oil to the pan and fry the chicken (in batches if necessary) until the chicken is browned and cooked through.

Add the sesame seeds and the sweet chilli sauce.

Set aside and keep warm whilst you make the noodles.

Add some oil to a frying pan and throw in the veggies.

Add the turmeric and cook for a minute.

Add the soy, rice wine and oyster sauce.

Serve by putting a pile of noodles into a bowl and top with the chicken and the fresh chilli.

A healthier and tastier alternative to a takeaway!

Christmas Dinner……at Easter??

I am a bit precious about my grub!  It just seems too long to wait until next December for Christmas Dinner!! So I rolled out some of my lush wee Christmas number and hey presto! The full works…ham, roasties, parsnips, carrots and turkey!!

Christmas Dinner

My stuffing recipe…

Herb Stuffing

I actually prefer the stuffing to the turkey!! The one I have for you is a basic herb stuffing, feel free to change it around, add or take away! Get creative.

Super thing is, you can make this ahead and put it in the freezer!

You could add 1 tbsp sage, 500g pork sausage meat, apricots or thyme.
1 x 800g Loaf Plain Bread (Nutty Krust) preferably a bit stale, crusts removed and broken into pieces
1 Large Onion skin and roots removed and cut into four.
175 Butter
70g Parsley (remove all the stems. This is roughly 2 supermarket packs)
Sea Salt and Black Pepper

You will need a nice large bowl!

In a food processor add the bread and blitz in batches. Tip each lot into your bowl.

Put the butter in a pot and place on a gentle heat to melt.

Add the onion to the food processor and blitz.

Stir the onion through the bread crumbs.

At this point I would season the stuffing with a generous amount of salt and pepper to ensure it is thoroughly incorporated.

Now blitz the parsley until it is nice and fine and stir it through your mixture.

Finally add the butter bit by bit to bind it all together. You may not need it all but it should be moist but still quite crumby looking.

Rock on tomorrow!! 😜🍷

p.s. No more Christmas chat until November!! Entirely uncalled for!!