Well I have finally gotten sick of all the salads I’ve been making.
Even though all the salad main dishes I’ve made over the past two weeks have been delicious and healthy, I was craving something a little more substantial for last night’s dinner. Searching through pages and pages of chicken recipes on Canadian Living’s website, I finally stumbled on this one for a chicken noodle stir fry. Since this recipe was only the second stir fry I have ever made, I wasn’t 100% sure of how well it would work out. All the ingredients were really simple, EXCEPT for baby bok choy. Waltzing through the produce section of the grocery store, I found a tag for normal adult bok choy. Alas, the adult’s baby was nowhere to be found, and I had to settle for using defrosted spinach as a disappointingly wilted alternative.
With the chicken marinated in a tasty soy sauce/sesame seed oil/garlicy mixture, and the added honey hoisin sauce at the end, this dish satisfied my every dinner desire.