Stir Fried Chicken with Garlic, Ginger, Spring Onion and Cilantro

Stir Fried Chicken with
Garlic, Ginger, Spring Onion
and Cilantro

When I read that Little Thumbs Up's theme for the month of April 2015 is 
"Chicken"  organised by Zoe, Doreen (Mui Mui) and Diana, 
I jump with excitement because I know this dish will be like by all.  
Whenever I have the chance, I always introduce this dish to friends and strangers.  
It was taught by my mother in law.

But this time I cook this dish without the chicken rice.

*1/2 Free Range Chicken (cleaned and cut to pieces)
30g Garlic (chopped finely)
50g Ginger (chopped finely)
120g Spring Onion (cleaned and cut to 1 inch)
70g Cilantro (cleaned and cut to 1 inch)

* (note : boil the chicken to 3/4 cooked and chop into pieces)

You noticed that I put a lot of Spring Onion and Cilantro
because we love to have more of it.  
You can add less if you don't like it. Choice is yours.
No worry  :)

 Heat up cooking oil and add chopped garlic.
Stir 1 to 2 minutes (don't over brown the garlic).

 Add chopped ginger and stir 1 to 2 minutes.

 Add chopped chicken and stir until the meat cooked
(no more reddish in colour).

 Add some soya sauce and dark soya sauce and stir until
well combined.

 Lastly, add cut spring onion and cilantro.

Stir until well combined and dish up.

You will be the judge.

Have a happy weekend.

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Baby Sumo said…
Sounds like a dish we would love :)
Zoe said…
Hi Amy,

No doubt that this dish is definitely yummy! :D

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Chloe said…
Hi Amy. Just stumbled upon your awesome blog. I am a beginner. Just wondering why do you precook the chicken and also do you cook this dish on high heat throughout. Thanks Chloe
Hi Chloe, sorry for the late reply. Went to visit our son in UK. Need to precook the chicken so that we don't need to stir fry it for so long, if not the chicken meat will be over cooked. Hence, the chicken meat will not be soft.

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