My mom calls this ooey gooey chicken stir fry. It was my favorite thing to eat when I was a little girl.
I made this on my first Saturday back in Tulsa, because I was absolutely craving it. It happens all the time when I’m away because I miss my mom’s American, but authentic Asian cooking. You can read what I did that day here.
Here’s how you make it....
Pack of chicken wings (16 or 8 ct depending on how many people you will be feeding)
Carrots (I use one bag of small carrots, there are about 5-8)
Broccoli (I use 2 large crowns)
Yellow onion (one large one)
**you can use as much or as little veggies as you want, I just like it with veggies.
Sauces: oyster sauce, vegetable oil
Preheat oven to 400
Clip, cut, wash wings, season with salt and pepper
Cut broccoli into smaller heads
Cut the onion in bite size pieces, thick not thin though
Cut carrots (I cut them oblong)
Place raw chicken on a baking sheet and bake until cooked, but not crisped. I should have taken a picture but you want it browned just a little bit. You will cook the rest of it in a pan.
Throw onions in pan and add oil
When veggies start to get more color, remove chicken from the oven and transfer them into the pan
Add oyster sauce (the oyster sauce and veg oil make it gooey)
Stir until your veggies look the way you like them, but not too long otherwise they will crinkle up and disappear!!
Serve the stir fry with white or brown rice.
This is such a good and simple stir fry recipe :)