Sweet and sour “soy chik’n”

This dish can be whipped up in minutes using only typical Chinese ingredients and tastes great in a mouthful.



1/2lb soy chik’n strips
1T sesame oil
1T soy sauce
2t rice wine vinegar
2t honey
2t sesame seeds
1 small bunch spring onions, chopped fine
1T cashew or pine nuts



Pan fry the soy strips in sesame oil till nicely browned on all sides. Use a regular steel pan and not a non-stick pan for this. Add the soy sauce, honey and vinegar and continue to saute till it is all incorporated into the mix. Toss in the sesame seeds and saute for a minutes. Turn the heat off and add the nuts and spring onions. The taste should be sweet, salty and sour.

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