When making Chicken Stir Fry, it’s essential to quickly keep everything moving around the pan. You are cooking over high heat, specifically after adding the garlic to the pan, as it will quickly burn and taste unpleasant. The reason for pounding the chicken flat is that it will cook the chicken quicker, but it also helps make it tender.
How to Make Gordon Ramsay Chicken Stir Fry
Pushing the frying pan away from you and sharply pulling it back is the secret when sauteing stir fry vegetables. It will take a little practice and patience; however, it’s a skill worth achieving.
Step 1. If you are using dried rice noodles, you need to soak them in warm water until they are softened, or according to instructions on the package. (about 10 minutes, depending on which brand you use.)
Step 2. You can Make it Flat by using a rolling pin, then diagonally cutting it into strips. Meantime, it would help if you butterflied the chicken fillet by slicing it horizontally, though leaving it attached down one side and then opening it out.
Step 3. Season the chicken with salt and pepper and add to the Heated pan over high heat with oil. Now stir-fry for about 3 minutes until golden brown all over but not entirely cooked all the way through.
Step 4. Now add the garlic and stir-fry for more than 30 seconds, add the broccoli, and continue to stir-fry for an additional few minutes until all is tender; now add your soy sauce to season the stir-fry. After the broccoli is cooked and tender, take the recipe contents out of the frying pan, and set them aside. Now wipe out your fry pan, add a dash of oil and heat through.
Step 5. Drain your soaked noodles. Now add eggs to the hot frypan, season and stir over the heat, letting the bottom of the egg cook. Now add the rice noodles and toss and mix well, breaking up the egg simultaneously. Now place the chicken and broccoli mixture back into the frying pan and heat through, stir-frying over medium heat.
Step 6. Immediately Serve the noodles and wedges of lime to squeeze on top of the stir fry.