1 chicken breast 1 onion, sliced 1/4 cup soy sauce 2 teaspoons curry powder 2 teaspoons corn starch 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 cup beef broth 1 carrot sliced very thin 8 ounces pasta 2 teaspoons toasted sesame oil oil for cooking
Cook pasta according to directions and then toss with sesame oil. In a small bowl mix together soy sauce, curry powder, corn starch, sugar, garlic powder and beef broth. In a large (deepish) cast iron skillet heat a little oil (I used coconut oil) and cook the onions over low heat for about 7 minutes until soft. Add the chicken and cook thoroughly. Remove chicken and onions from heat. Add additional cooking oil and cook the carrot over medium high heat for a couple of minutes add the cooked pasta noodles to the pan with the carrots adding additional oil if needed to coat the noodles. Cook for a couple of minutes. Add the soy sauce mixture to the skillet and stir to coat (the sauce will thicken up) then add the chicken/onion mixture. Stir quickly and let cook for a minute or so until heated through.
So I’ve been doubling this recipe lately as my go-to “man, I wanna make a lot of food all at once without having to go to the store for fresh ingredients,” since I pretty much always have chicken in the freezer and a bag of onions. Sometimes I leave out the carrots, but I usually have those, too.
Anyone else have weird dreams/nightmares where you still somehow have your giant-ass childhood fishtank only you haven't cleaned it in years and yet there are somehow still THINGS lurking inside its murk?
I’m always a little wary of the bonding between the upper and the sole, but if you’ve done well with this brand before then go for it. These look very nice.
I’ve worn my last pair from them pretty much every day for the past three years. The bonding is fine, but because of the amount I walk and my bizarre-ass gate, the soles have developed some pretty bad holes.
idk I think it’s a good balance between quality and being hella cheap. Thanks, dude. :3