I have to admit that I’m a lazy cook. One of my favorite lazy tricks is adding Tyson Grilled Chicken to a bag of frozen stir-fry vegetables.
This Chicken Stir-fry dish looks like a fancy meal but takes no time at all.
Lazy Chicken Stir-Fry
- 1 tbs. Vegetable Oil (I use virgin olive oil)
- 16-oz. bag frozen Stir-fry Vegetables
- 22-oz. bag Tyson Grilled & Ready Diced Chicken Breast
- Soy Sauce (to taste)
Makes about 8 servings in less than 15 minutes.
I keep Tyson Grilled & Ready Chicken Breast on hand in the freezer. The “Family Size” bags have a zip-lock so I just throw in a couple hands-full. It’s sold in both the freezer and fridge sections. (~$7 for 22 oz.).
I like Walmart’s Great Value Broccoli Stir-Fry frozen vegetables (~$2 for 16 oz.).
I often use half-bags of Chicken and Stir-Fry Vegetables to make 4 servings.
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I’m just passing along useful info.
- Pour vegetable oil into a saute pan (deep fry pan) or wok.
- Add stir-fry vegetables and cook on high, stirring frequently.
- If using frozen chicken, add now to thaw. If using refrigerated chicken, add after the vegetables begin getting soft.
- Add soy sauce to taste and cook until chicken and vegetables are done.
- Stir and serve.
SERVE & EAT:
I recommend serving this Chicken Stir-fry dish with a garden salad, especially one with ginger dressing. Some prefer to serve with rice but I try to limit unnecessary carbs.
Chicken Stir-fry leftovers are moist and so refrigerate and microwave well.