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Easy Recipe: Yellow Cab Charlie Chan Chicken Pasta

This is very quick to make.

You need:

  • 1/3 c olive oil
  • 1 onion chopped
  • 4 garlic cloves minced
  • 2 tbs char siu sauce
  • 1/4 tsp chili-garlic sauce
  • 5-6 tbs oyster sauce (according to preference)
  • 2 tbs peanut butter
  • 2 tbs sugar
  • 3 tbs sesame oil
  • 4 tbs chicken broth (from boiled chicken breast)
  • 375 to 500 mg pasta of your choice (amount depends on how coated and tasty you want your noodles to be)
  • 500 g to 1 kg shredded chicken meat (amount depends on how meaty you want the dish to be)
  • ground ginger spice and pepper to taste
  • ground peanuts

  1. Boil chicken to doneness and shred. Reserve broth.
  2. Saute garlic and onion in olive oil.
  3. Mix in shredded chicken and heat for some minutes.
  4. Mix in the combined sauces (char siu, chili-garlic, oyster, sesame oil, sugar, peanut butter). Adjust amounts to preference.
  5. Adjust taste with seasonings and the chicken broth.
  6. Turn off heat and mix some with your cooked pasta according to preference.

Optional:You may have meatless pasta and choose to deep fry your chicken pieces in stead.


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