Hokay, I have made another tasty thing when experimenting tonight. It is tasty for sure. I will post it as I made it, but I will likely modify it over and over again. It is loosely based on the recipe of Chan-Chan Yaki I found online. This is a good recipe to play around with.
Ingredients (I used this time)
- 2 boneless skinless chicken breast, cubed in 1/4 inch pieces
- 1 lb California Blend (frozen veggies consisting of cauliflower, Broccoli, and carrots.)
- 4 eggs
- 1 can bean sprouts
- 2T aka miso (brand 1)
- 2T aka miso (brand 2)
- 2T brown sugar
- 1.5T mirin
- 2T sake
- 3 T butter (I used margarine)
- 1T soy
- Heat vegetables in 1c water in a wok till unfrozen, unstuck and slightly warm. Drain.
- Crack eggs into wok, stir to make scrambled eggs.
- Add 1T oil and the cut chicken meat
- Add veggies when meat is mostly cooked.
- Add canned bean sprouts.
- While those cook… mix the rest of the ingredients into a sauce.
- Put sauce on top and mix until butter melts.
- Pull off the heat and serve
This was pretty good. I think I might add something next time. Oh, and I used brown sugar because I lacked white sugar and I actually cooked the meat after, adding the mixed veggies. But I decided to put it before the veggies in the directions because the chicken will cook better that way.
I called it “Food-Chan Yaki” as a play off Chan-Chan Yaki… I just used what food I found that looked good. And that means I can substitute things any time I want. This was a good combination.