Chicken Stir Fry


I usually like to make my own sauces and whatnot, but I was in Whole Foods not long ago and spotted some stir fry sauce I wanted to try. I was planning on making a quick meal for lunch and figured, why not?! I followed the recipe on the back of the bottle and it turned out well! Kikkoman has lowered their sodium levels too, so I didn't feel as guilty eating it. This made a decent amount! Nick and I will have lunch for two days :)

Ingredients

1 pound chicken tenderloins, cut into chunks

1 tb corn starch

1 tb low sodium soy sauce

2 tb sesame oil

1 bag of frozen mixed vegetables (I like PictSweet Summer Vegetables with Cracked Pepper)

1 small bag of frozen snow peas

1/2 cup Kikkoman stir fry sauce

1 tsp toasted sesame seeds

Directions

Coat the chicken in the cornstarch and soy sauce. Add 1 tb sesame oil to a big skillet or wok and brown the chicken on both sides. I cooked mine until pretty much cooked through. Remove chicken and place in a bowl. Add another 1 tb sesame oil and add the vegetables (mixed and snow peas). Cook until almost tender. Add the chicken back in with the stir fry sauce. Cook for approximately 5 minutes. Top with toasted sesame seeds!

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