Chicken Stir Fry Recipes

Chicken Stir Fry Recipes” from hundreds of years ago?

It’s probably not too shocking to learn that these stir fry recipes are really not that unchanged from those of several hundred years ago in China and across Asia. While the traditional method has remained the same, that of cooking everything up together to combine flavour, the ingredients are also (surprisingly) much the exact same. Many cooks from years ago used the same basic types of ingredients to create the stir fry dishes that we know and love today – meat, sweet, spice, rice & earth.

Chicken Stir Fry Recipes

Chicken stir fry recipes are very simple.

Combining those simple flavours you can create your own signature stir fry dish with ease. Many new “fusion” restaurants in North American and Europe are taking these basic principles of flavour combination and creating new and exciting dishes that would otherwise be undiscovered. Consider Indian food combined with Chinese and you will get a delicious, rich, and very satisfying experience. spicy Lamb, yogurt, caramelized onion, rice and turmeric is an excellent combination I have fond memories of from a restaurant called Buddokan in New York City (they don’t have chicken stir fry recipes anymore, but are still amazing!)

Chicken stir fry recipes are whatever you want them to be…

You too can create hundreds of new recipes for yourself mixing your own ingredients together. Choose any meat, choose something sweet to go with it, pick a nice and appropriate spice, and season it a deep flavoured herb. You almost can’t go wrong! Keep experimenting until you find something you really love, then share it with your friends. Stir fry recipes are great to pass around, and it’s this method of “passing down” that has made the original technique stick around today. So many different variations await the intrepid cook who passes the boundary of culinary delights!

Will you take the next step and create your own chicken stir fry recipes?


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