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Ginger and Scallions Chicken

Chicken with Ginger & Scallions (姜葱鸡肉) a homely and humble dish which my mum cooked almost weekly since we were young, and I still love eating it. It is the chicken version of her stir-fry pork with ginger and scallions recipe.

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Ingredients: Ginger & Scallions Chicken

If I do not want to think of what to cook, I know I can fall back on timeless everyday classics (家常菜) like this dish – it is easy, cheap and delicious. This type of food is what I truly call the taste of home – almost every Chinese family have their family recipe for this dish. I particularly like to drizzle the savoury gravy over my rice … good to the last drop!

Ginger & Scallions Chicken

36 comments on “Ginger and Scallions Chicken”

  1. Looks so good!! May I ask something not quite relevant? What is the brand of your wok/pan? I’m in search of a good one. :)

  2. Love this with rice….lots of rice :D

  3. hi, where can I buy 5 spice powder and star anise etc spices for the tau you bak recipe? Thanks in advance.

  4. Hi Tammy, you can find them at supermarket (dried foods section), or Chinese provision shops.

  5. Wiffy,

    Thanks again for what looks to another mouth-watering dish, Stir-fry Chicken with Ginger and Scallion. Could fresh mushrooms (white or shitake) be substituted for the canned straw mushrooms?

    • Hi Howard, yes you can but add them earlier at step 2, to stir fry with the chicken. the canned mushrooms were already cooked hence added later.

  6. oh my gawddddd this would be perfect with riceeee. riceeeeeeeee <3

  7. Again, a lovely recipe with easy-to-follow photos!

  8. ohh this sounds tasty and not too hard! I’m going to add it to my pinterest board so that I remember to try it :)

  9. Chicken, ginger and scallion are perfect partners to make chinese dishes.
    I sometimes stir-fry, sometimes steam. Yours look so tempting. Oh, hungry now. Have to cook dinner right now.

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