Sweet Teriyaki Quorn Chicken Stir

by - August 21, 2018


Today I decided to throw together a tasty quick alternative a chicken chow mein dish (I love Chinese Food). The meal was quick to prepare and only used two pans to cook.


This sauce prepared is similar to Blue Dragon's Teriyaki Sauce sachet, only without all of the extra preservatives and additives. The ingredients below was enough to serve three people, the main variable being the packets of Ready To Wok Noodles - I used one pack per person.

Ingredients:
70g spinach 
Cherry tomatoes
Quorn Chicken Style Pieces
1 diced onion
Morrison's ready to wok thick noodles (one pouch per person)

I love to prep my meals with as little fuss as possible and with the least amount of pots and pans I can. Using a few sprays of the Frylight Olive Oil Spray to line the pan, waiting until hot.
I started by dicing a onion into small pieces and softening these in the pan.
 I chopped a handful of cherry tomatoes and added these to the pan.
Adding the Quorn Style Chicken Pieces into the pan, along with 70g Spinach.
Once all of the ingredients are cooked, adding the ready to wok noodles and ensuring they are heated well. 

For the sauce:
In a separate small pan, add 50ml of light soy sauce.
50ml pineapple juice, one teaspoon of  Very Lazy Chopped Garlic.
Add one teaspoon of Cider vinegar and two tablespoons of honey. 
Once you have all of the sauce ingredients in the pan, you should bring it to the boil and then turn down to simmer for around 4/5 minutes. At this point you may wish to taste test the sauce, and if it isn't quite sweet enough for you, another spoon of honey may be added.

You may now add the sauce to the noodle mix, give it a good stir - Now it's ready to serve!

This meal is a nutritious mix of ingredients; using lots of leaves and healthy ingredients.
I used a portion for my meal preps to include in my gym regime, perfect cold or reheated.





Enjoy!

Samantha
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8 comments

  1. Yum, this looks and sounds delicious! Thanks so much for the recipe! :)

    Hope that you have been having a great weekend :)

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  2. This looks so delicious! I love that it's nutritious too.

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  3. This is something right up my alley, especially with little muss and fuss!!
    XOXO
    Jodie
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  4. This sounds so good! Will have to try it! Thanks for sharing xx

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  5. This recipe looks amazing! I love anything that's teriyaki so I'll definitely have to give it a try!

    xx, mel
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  6. I think my taste palate is very similar with yours.. I too like Chinese food. This recipe is one of our favorites.

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  7. Delicious! Chinese Chicken Recipes are great for meals in a hurry. They're quick and easy; you can cook the chicken and vegetables and have the plate served in ten minutes.
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