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Jalapeno Stir-Fried Chicken

Going to Chinese buffets during the weekend are always enjoyed by my family members. Chicken with dried chillies and Jalapeno Chicken are my hubby's favorite dish. Mostly these Chicken are deep fried before adding with dried chillies or jalapenos. Being healthy conscious I omit the deep frying part with baking method in my recipe. The following recipe is my version of Jalapeno Stir Fried Chicken With Zucchini. Hope everyone will try this recipe and give your suggestion to improve the taste even better.

Jalapeno Stir-Fried Chicken


Serving Size:5

Marinate for the Chicken:

1 lb boneless chicken breast cubed
2tbsp ginger garlic green chillie paste(small pc:3:3)
1tsp cumin powder
1tsp black pepper powder
1 egg beaten well(you omit the yolk if you like)
salt to taste

In a large bowl add all the ingredients and mix really and leave in fridge overnight. Take them out 1hour before cooking,

1 cup finely sliced jalapeno
3 cloves garlic minced
1/4 cup cubed zucchini
1 onion chopped
1tsp chilli flasks
1tbsp tomato sauce
1tsp hot sauce
1tsp dark soy sauce
1/4 cup finely chopped spring onions
1/4 cup cubed green bell peppers
chopped coriander leaves
salt to taste

Preparation Methods:
Preheat the oven to 350°C degrees. Arrange the chicken cubes on a greased tray and bake them for 35 minutes. Heat a wok and add 2tbsp oil. Once heated add the chillie flasks and sliced jalapeno. Saute them until they become tender. Then add the chopped onion and garlic. Allow them to sweat a bit in the jalapeno mixture followed by the cubed zucchini and green bell pepper.Once all the ingredient becomes soft and tender, add all the sauces and allow them to mix well. Finally add the baked chicken cubes and give a really good mix. Adjust the level of spice and salt. Before remove the flame ad the chopped spring onions and coriander leaves.Transfer them to a platter and serve as a side dish for any type of varieties rice combination.


looks wonderful . No frying - have to try it...

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