Chopsuey is of Chinese in origin consisting of meats such as chicken, pork, shrimps and beef and cooked quickly with fresh vegetables. But this easy recipe and good food dish is now prominent in Chinese-American and Filipino cuisine. Ana cooked this good food recipe when we were in Tagaytay. Chicken Chopsuey is best served with rice. Although, it may also be served as chow mien with the addition of stir-fry noodles. Other meats may also be added on it to make it more flavorful. Simple and easy to prepare.

Serves 5  Prep Time 30 minutes  Cooking Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

1/4 kilo chicken breast, deboned and cut into strips
1/2 head of garlic, minced
1 pc onion, diced
1 pc carrot, cut into strips
1 small cabbage, cut into small pieces
1 small pechay baguio, cut into small pieces
1 cup snow peas (chicharo)
1 cup green bean, sliced (about 2 inch long)
1 small cauliflower, cut into small pieces
2 tsp cornstarch, diluted in 1/4 cup water
1 cup water
1 chicken broth cube
Salt and pepper


How To Cook

Saute garlic and onion for few minutes in a pot.

Add the deboned chicken strips and saute for about 2 minutes.

Add water and chicken broth cube and bring to boil. Add some salt and pepper.

Put in cauliflower and cabbage and mix well.

Add the beans, carrots, snow peas and pechay baguio. Mix and cover and simmer for 5 minutes or until the vegetables are cooked.

Add cornstarch to thicken the sauce.

Served while hot.

13 comments :

  1. are you a chef?
    sarap ng mga niluluto mo ah...

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  2. Not really Reese. I just love to eat, and take photos. I seldomly cook actually, it is my gf who usually cook. Thanks for dropping by. Keep visiting and sharing. :)

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  3. This dish is like my mother's cooking :)

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  4. I want to taste, I like chicken seemed delicious, thanks for sharing

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  5. I really can not cook ..
    with this easy recipe, maybe I can cook well for my parents ..

    thanks ...

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  6. This is I think one of the Filipinoest among our Pinoy style recipes. A healthy and good food for us. I miss my mom cooking it for our dinner.



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  7. I LOVE ALL YOUR RECIPES HERE. YOU GOT MY ATTENTION WITH YOUR POSTS. NICE BLOG! :)

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  8. Hi. My family and I love chopsuey. I'll try to cook this dish and follow your recipe. Thanks for the post.

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