kelp noodle stirfry
Recipe Type: main
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Yield: 2-4
 
Ingredients
  • 2-4 chicken breasts - cut into strips or chunks
  • 1 medium onion - diced
  • 1 pkg mushroom - chopped
  • 3 medium carrots - coined
  • 1 bell pepper - sliced
  • 1 medium head broccoli - chopped into florets
  • 5 cloves garlic - minced
  • ginger - 1-2 inches finely grated (we used a zester)
  • 1 pkg kelp noodles - washed and chopped
  • coconut aminos - to taste (generous amount)
  • 1-2 limes - juice, freshly squeezed
  • mixed sea vegetables - to garnish (optional)
Instructions
  1. begin by cooking chicken in a skillet/wok, until slightly browned (don't overcook)
  2. remove from heat, and set aside
  3. prepare all other ingredients and have them ready to go
  4. start first by adding the chopped onion to the wok, sautee until translucent
  5. next, add in the mushrooms and cook until softened
  6. after that, add in the carrots and bell pepper to the mix, stirring occasionally (used the mandoline slicer for this)
  7. then, toss in broccoli florets, cooking until slightly softened
  8. following this, add in garlic and ginger and combine to flavour
  9. after all these ingredients are cooked to your liking, re-add the cooked chicken back into the wok
  10. in the meantime, wash and chop kelp noodles into manageable strands
  11. then, add in the noodles, coconut aminos and lime juice, stirring regularly so that all ingredients are tossed together nicely (we use tongs for this)
  12. allow a few minutes for all of this to warm on the stovetop, as the last few ingredients are right out of the fridge
  13. continuing by adding in more coconut aminos, until you have reached desired taste
  14. plate and garnish with additional mixed sea vegetables (optional)
  15. enjoy!
Notes
* the brand of kelp noodles/mixed sea vegetables that we use comes are both from 'Sea Tangle Noodle Company' * the first time we made this recipe, we threw all the veggies in together, but have since revised using a more patient, step-by-step process of adding each in and cooking in a set order * leftovers (if you have any) taste really delicious, after all the flavours have had a chance to meld together - YUM!
Recipe by PALEOdISH at https://paleodish.com/appetizers/kelp-noodle-stirfry/