This is a simple chicken and broccoli stir fry. One of my kids favorite Cambodian dish, almost the way my mom used to make for me when I was a kid.
1 lb chicken breast, sliced thin
1 tablespoon corn flour
1 1/2 tablespoons fish sauce
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons oyster sauce
1 tablespoon sugar
3 clove garlic minced
1/4 cup chicken stock
1 medium yellow onion, sliced
2 lbs broccoli, cut into bite size ( lightly steamed)
1 stalk green onion, chopped
teaspoon ground black pepper
In a large bowl I added in a pound sliced chicken breast seasoned with gold mountain seasoning sauce, salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, and corn flour mixed well. Set a side.
Heated up my wok on high heat. Added few tablespoons oil. When oil was hot I added in my marinaded chicken and garlic. Stirred until meat was tendered about 5-8 minutes. Then I stirred in soy sauce, oyster sauce, fish sauce, and sugar, mixed well. Then stirred in about 1/4 cup of chicken stock, mixing well and sauce became a bit thick. Then I added 2 lbs of broccoli and green onions.Cooked for about 3 minutes more, not over cooking broccoli, seasoned with black ground pepper. Served with hot cooked rice.
- Sorieya Neang-Hansen
- Welcome to my ScandinAsian food blog. A blog about what I like to make in my little Norweigan kitchen, from homemade meals to fun creative sandwiches. My parents gave me the name Sorieya, a Cambodian name, which means sun. I'm originally from the United States. Now I'm currently living in Norway, married to a Norwegian man with 3 beautiful children. It's hard being away from my family back in the States and I miss them everyday. I am not an artist but I love making fun sandwiches for my kids. I am not a professional chef but I love to cook and I love being in the kitchen. I love introducing my children to different kind of international food, introducing food from my childhood and explaining to my kids the history about their culture and food. I love spending those quality time together teaching my little ones how to make bread, Khmer food, and teaching me Norwegian. My Norwegian isn't that great but I do understand just the basics but speaking it, that's another story.