Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry (VIDEO)
The sauce in this broccoli chicken stir fry is perfectly “saucy,” making it ideal for serving over steamy white rice. Homemade Chicken and Broccoli is an easy 30-minute meal and it has the best stir fry sauce.
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Chicken Broccoli Mushroom Stir Fry:
Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry satisfies the craving for takeout and you’ll feel good about serving this to your family because it’s healthier than going out. If you loved our Beef and Broccoli, then you will love this chicken stir fry. It’s loaded with tender chicken, mushrooms and fresh broccoli. I hope you’re inspired to make this easy and tasty dinner!
Ingredients & Substitutions for Stir Fry:
- Chicken – we used boneless skinless chicken breast, but chicken tenders or even thighs would be delicious here.
- Stir Fry Veggies – We love the combination of broccoli, onions, and mushrooms for an authentic Chicken Broccoli Stir fry. You could sub the broccoli with snap peas or zucchini and sub onions with julienned carrots.
- Chicken Broth – this adds more flavor, but water can easily be substituted.
- Low Sodium Soy Sauce – Since different brands have different amounts of salt, add soy sauce to taste. You can always add more at the end, but you can’t take salt out of a dish. For gluten-free, use Tamari sauce.
- Sesame Oil – this one ingredient gives the sauce authentic Chinese stir fry flavor. Do not skip it.
- Ginger & Garlic – fresh is best for stir fry, but in a pinch, you can substitute 1 tsp fresh garlic for 1/2 tsp garlic powder and substitute 1 tsp fresh ginger for 1/8-1/4 tsp ground ginger.
- Brown Sugar – we used 2 Tablespoons of packed light brown sugar. You can substitute with 1 1/2 Tbsp to 2 Tbsp of liquid sweetener like honey, or add it to taste.
- Corn Starch – using cornstarch as a thickener helps keep this gluten-free.
Pro Tip: It’s easiest to peel fresh ginger using the edge of a teaspoon. Simply scrape the skin away. Try it – it’s so easy.
Watch the Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry Video:
How to Make Broccoli and Chicken Stir Fry:
- Make the Sauce: Combine all of the sauce ingredients and stir to dissolve the sugar. The warm broth will help the sugar to dissolve easily.
- Cook Chicken: Cut chicken into small 3/4″ bite-sized pieces and season lightly with black pepper. Heat a large heavy skillet over medium-high heat with 1 Tbsp oil. Add chicken and cook 1 minute undisturbed then stir fry 5 minutes until golden and just cooked through. Remove chicken to a bowl.
- Sautee Veggies: In the same skillet over medium-high heat, add 1 Tbsp oil, broccoli florets, sliced onion and mushrooms and stir fry 3 minutes until mushrooms are softened then reduce heat.
- Add Stir Fry Sauce: Give the sauce a quick stir in case there was settling and add it to the skillet. Simmer the sauce over medium/low heat for 3-4 minutes until thickened and garlic and ginger have mellowed in flavor. To thin the sauce, add water as needed and you can add more soy sauce to taste.
- Return Chicken to the Pan and stir until heated through then serve over white rice garnished with sesame seeds if desired.
The KEY to Cooking Stir Fry:
A stir fry is essentially flash cooked on a very hot skillet (less than 15 minutes of cooking time). Since this recipe moves fast, you want to have every ingredient chopped, measured, prepped and ready to use before you fire up the skillet. If serving with white rice, you’ll want to put the rice on the stove first then cook your stir fry. You’ll want to bookmark our tutorial for Perfect White Rice.
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Print-friendly Recipe for Chicken and Broccoli Stir Fry:
Chicken Broccoli Stir Fry Recipe
The sauce in this stir fry is perfectly "saucy," making it ideal for serving over hot and fluffy white rice. This recipe moves fast so start cooking your rice first and be sure to prep and chop all of your stir fry ingredients and make the sauce before cooking the stir fry.
Chicken and Broccoli:
- 1 lb chicken breast, (boneless skinless), cut into 3/4" pieces
- 2 Tbsp cooking oil, (I used extra light olive oil), divided
- 1 lb broccoli, cut into florets (about 5 cups)
- 1 small yellow onion, sliced into strips
- 1/2 lb white button mushrooms, thickly sliced
Stir Fry Sauce Ingredients:
- 2/3 cup low sodium chicken broth
- 3 Tbsp low sodium soy sauce, (use Tamari for gluten free), or added to taste
- 2 Tbsp light brown sugar, packed (or honey to taste)
- 1 Tbsp corn starch
- 1 Tbsp sesame oil
- 1 tsp fresh ginger, peeled and grated (lightly packed)
- 1 tsp garlic (2 small cloves), grated
- 1/4 tsp black pepper, plus more to season chicken
In a small bowl, combine all of the sauce ingredients and whisk to dissolve sugar and corn starch (warm broth will help dissolve the sugar faster). Set sauce aside.
Cut chicken into small bite-sized pieces (no more than 3/4” thick) and season lightly with pepper. Heat a large heavy skillet or wok over medium-high heat. Add 1 Tbsp oil. Add chicken in a single layer and let it sit undisturbed for 1 minute to get a good sear then stir fry for another 5 minutes or until golden brown just cooked through then remove to a bowl and loosely cover to keep warm.
In the same skillet, add another 1 Tbsp oil along with broccoli florets, sliced onion and sliced mushrooms. Stir fry 3 minutes or until mushrooms are softened and broccoli is crisp-tender then reduce heat to medium/low.
Give the sauce a quick stir in case there was any settling of starch and pour all of it over the vegetables. Simmer 3-4 minutes or until sauce is thickened and garlic and ginger are mellowed in flavor. To thin the sauce, add water a tablespoon at a time.
Return chicken to the pan and stir another 30 seconds or until heated through. Add more soy sauce to taste if needed and serve over hot rice.
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This recipe was first published in October 2014. We updated it April 2020, using corn starch instead of flour to make it gluten-free chicken broccoli stir fry, improved the flavor of the sauce and re-photographed the recipe.
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I am so sorry to report that this is not something that I will make again. It was bland (tasteless) and I don’t know why. Everything was measured. I looked wonderful but didn’t taste the way it looked. I’m going to try the leftovers today to see if letting it sit overnight added anything to the flavor. So sorry.
I’ve always followed the same recipe and it’s never bland, I’m not sure why it turned out that way. Feel free to add more seasoning to the chicken next time if you prefer that.
My family didn’t like it either. I’m gonna say because recipe doesn’t call for salt? Or maybe I missed the salt somewhere. Idk.
I never write reviews for recipes but this one is SO delicious!!! I love how saucy it is because the leftovers are perfectly saucy and not dry. Love adding some sriracha or red pepper flakes to add a kick!
Hi Maddie, thank you for taking the time to write your review, we appreciate it! I’m happy to know that you loved this recipe.
I tried this with a few modifications.
First of all, I live in a small rural town. I just couldn’t get sesame oil (or seeds for that matter). So I used just olive oil.
Second, it took longer before i could make it than I expected. The mushrooms went bad and I replaced them with carrots.
The sauce ended up pretty sweet, kinda like a glaze like for sweet potatoes. The carrots really reminded me of sweet potatoes. I’m thinking of adding some cayenne next time to see if it gives a more spicy and sweet profile.
But yeah it worked pretty well even if it didn’t taste particularly “Chinese”.
Stir fry is pretty versatile as long as you’ve got the basic steps and ingredient combos. And I’m actually growing more interesting in the different flavor profiles that can come out of it.
Thank you for sharing your experience making this recipe. I hope you’ll enjoy all the recipes that you will try.
What’s the difference between using honey and brown sugar? Which one do you recommend
Planning to make this tonight. Do you have any suggestions to make this Keto friendly?
Hi Sally, I haven’t tried a substitution like that to advise, but here’s what one of my readers shared “Made this for dinner tonight! It was terrific! Made it KETO by using Stevia instead of brown sugar and did not put it over rice. Shared this recipe with friends and will definitely be making this again! Great recipe. Thank You, Natasha” I hope this helps!
Absolutely fantastic recipe. Sauce is delectable, chicken broth is a must as I feel if water were to be used the flavor would have been flat. I scaled this up to a double for a two night meal. I also cut out the mushrooms and used 12 oz of small frozen broccoli florets along with 3 heaping cups of frozen peas and carrots along with the onion. For my cooking oil I used avocado oil which has a higher smoke point.
I cooked the 2lbs of chicken I used in a 3 qt pan and the vegetables in a 8 qt pot where I assembled the mixture. The dinner was a huge hit with our family. Our two year old even asked for seconds.
Served with/on white rice.
I’m so happy you enjoyed that, Sean. Thank you for sharing that feedback with us!
Made it tonight…. Yummy , turned out just as you showed in your video. Served with rice noodles
Maybe next time I’ll add a few chill flakes
Cheers Natasha from Jane in south Australia
Hello Jane, thank you for your review. Yes, you can try adding some chili flakes next time I think that’s a good idea.
Let’s get real about stir frying! Mushrooms are sponges and will just absorb the liquid from the onions. Do mushrooms alone!!!! ALWAYS!
But they will taste even better if they absorb onion flavors. It works really well and it’s faster and easier.
This is perfect! Tastes better than takeout and very authentic.
Changed nothing and being a huge foodie with my own cooking page I usually add or do something to it. Not this time.
My only issue is if not served immediately the sayer gets like soup instead of thick. Please let me know Natasha how to avoid that ? Only thing I can think of is keeping the sauce separate until serving .
Thank you for your good feedback, Randi. Keeping the sauce separate until ready for serving is a good idea!
Lol, I wanted to try this as it looked so good. I didn’t have enough broccoli or mushrooms so added some asparagus and green peppers. The sauce was good even though I didn’t have sesame oil or ginger. It was good but definitely will,
Make sure I have the sesame oil and ginger so I can make it again. Loved how much sauce it made and the broccoli and asparagus was delicious. Thanks for all your awesome recipes. I always think it’s funny when people don’t follow recipes to a t but today I didn’t have a choice.
Sounds good, good to know that the substitutions that you used worked well too!
I made this for my family and everybody loved it! Everything you make is really good. You are my favorite food blogger/vlogger. Natasha’s Kitchen is my go to when I can’t think of anything to cook 🙂
That is the best when the family loves what we moms make. That’s so great!
I started with your Meatloaf recipe…Bamm! Then the Pork Chop in Creamy Mushroom sauce…Bamm! Bamm! Now this Chicken-Broccoli Stir Fry..Wow!!
Thank you for sharing your gift of great cooking. Looking forward to more yummy recipes.
Bamm! Thank you so much for sharing this excellent review with me, Tony! I can’t wait to try more of them!
Absolutely loved this! We can’t do onions so I added red bell pepper. Delicious addition. Also, stir fried rice noodles for my partner, he is trying to gain weight. Took my portion then added the noodles to his. He said it was amazing.
Hi Debra, good to know that you loved how it turned out. Thank you for sharing that with us!
I made the recipe and it was great!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
This recipe is sooooo good!!….. although I love mushrooms, I left them out and added red bell peppers (sliced lengthwise) this added even more flavor to this dish…… I also double up on the sauce, and add about 50% more meat and broccoli.
Glad you enjoyed this recipe, Shannon. Thank you for sharing!
Hey Natasha! What can I do to make This more saucy without ruining the flavor ? I like a lot of sauce : )
Hi Emy! You can definitely adjust it for more sauce! Several of our readers mentioned in the comments doing so successfully!
I LOVE your recipes. They are delicious, usually fast and always a hit. However, I could not stand the music playing during this video….it totally distracted me, and I kept going back to my computer to try to locate what was playing on top of your link. Couldn’t believe it was coming from YOUR video! No mas, no mas.
My husband is very picky! And he loves chicken and broccoli. Since we moved here in the Philippines, it’s hard to find good Chinese restaurants that fix good chicken and broccoli. This recipe saved my life! Lol. This is a perfect recipe! Thank you so much Natasha! ❤️❤️
Hi Tifany, that’s awesome! I’m happy that you both loved this recipe. Thank you for sharing your good feedback with us.
Easy and tasty. Sesame oil is key
Thanks for your review, Paula!
I tried this recipe and I absolutely loved the sauce! I added more vegetables such as carrots and zucchini, and I also tried this recipe with tofu. I prefer using chicken, but the tofu was pretty good. The tofu soaks the sauce which I really enjoyed. I recommend doubling the sauce recipe if you plan on having leftovers. I would add a few more pieces of garlic, but otherwise, this recipe is a keeper! Thank you, Natasha!
Yum! Thank you so much for sharing that with me, Jayaa! I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
Made this for the first time tonight. Simply delicious!! Moving it from my “recipes to try” board to my “favourites” board. Thanks for sharing
Awesome, great to hear that you loved it! Thank you for your wonderful review and feedback.
Made this for dinner tonight! It was terrific! Made it KETO by using Stevia instead of brown sugar and did not put it over rice. Shared this recipe with friends and will definitely be making this again! Great recipe. Thank You, Natasha
Very nice, great to hear that you were able to make it work using stevia. Thanks for sharing that with us, Sherrie!
Hi Natasha! I’m so excited to try this recipe this week. The calorie count you provided – is that for the whole recipe, or per serving? Thank you!
Hi Alicia, it is per serving and the serving size for the whole recipe is for 4 people.
It’s amazing recipe I always want to make good stir fried and thanks to you I did it. Thank you
You’re so welcome, Dorothy! I’m happy that you enjoyed it.
Amazing!! I even made it with frozen broccoli and canned mushrooms because I happened to have them when I saw this recipe…and it was still one of the best meals I’ve made. I can’t imagine how much better it’ll be with fresh ingredients! Thanks for sharing!
Perfect, I’m happy with your feedback and great review. Thank you for sharing that with us, Erika!
This looks delicious although, can you tell me how much is in a serving?
Amazing dish 🙂 i am staying at my grandmas currently, and i’ve been cooking all our dinners. i made this for her and she adored it. thank you so much!
That’s nice to know, Sierra. I hope you and your family will love all the recipes that you will try for them!
Why does my chicken end up dry I did exactly the way the recipe said
Hi Margie, it should not be dry. I recommend making sure you’re not crowding the pan, and the chicken is cooked just until it reaches 165. If using a smaller pan, this may take a few rounds.
Delicious fresh quick and easy recipe which all the family (even the fussy one) loved. This recipe is a keeper!
Yay, that is fantastic! Thank you for your good feedback and review, we appreciate it.
Hi Natasha , I’m making this for dinner tonight , have made it before and it’s now a firm favourite of ours. Making extra so hope to freeze some for my hubby as I’m due to go into hospital tomorrow and prepping meals for him to just lift out and heat through. I’m presuming it will freeze ok as usually there’s none left over!!
Great to hear that you all enjoyed this recipe! I imagine that would be fine. Take care and stay safe.
Delicious. I used Mongolian fire oil since that’s all i had. The combination of sweet and spicy was so good. I also didn’t have mushrooms,I substituted sweet red pepper. Thank you for this recipe.I will make sure to try your other stir fried recipes.
You are very welcome, Jessie. Great to hear that you enjoyed this recipe. I hope you’ll love all the recipes that you will try!
I’ve made the beef and brocolli stir fry recipe from your site and it was fantastic. Just curious why you have lesser seasonings in the sauce x brown sugar here when its same quantity of meat and veg as in the beef and brocolli stir fry. Thanks
Hi Sahana, in my testing, I found that it overwhelms the chicken and these proportions worked best for chicken.
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Amazing! I love all of your recipes. Thank you, for making me a better cook!
You’re so nice! Thank you!
I’ve made this three times already and I still can’t get over how good the sauce is.
The sauce is indeed special, totally agree with you on that, Kim. Thanks for your great review!
This is the second time I’ve made this, and it is absolutely amazing! The sauce is right on point. I have a few picky eaters in my family, but I did not hear any complaints on this dish. I’m looking forward to making more of your recipes! 🙂
That is the best when kids love what we moms make. That’s so great!
The best stir fry recipe! Easy to make and so delicious! And as any recipe from your website, Natasha, turns out perfect from first try!
Hello Inna, thank you for your wonderful review and feedback. I hope you’ll love all the recipes that you will try!
Loved this! Used water and butter mixture instead of chicken brother. Came out so amazing, so glad i found a chicken broccoli recipe that’s actually worth making at home! (:
That sounds great, Abigail. I’m happy to know that you loved this recipe, thank you so much for your great review and feedback.
I made this for the first time for dinner tonight. We ran out of sesame oil, so used hoisin sauce instead. It was great.
Hello Mike, great to hear that it worked out well! Thanks for sharing your good feedback with us.
Love this recipe! The sauce makes it! Hubby loved it! Pretty easy but do have everything ready to go, moves fast.
That’s just awesome! Thank you for sharing your wonderful review!
First time on your blog, first recipe I tried…..girl this was amazing!!!! Whole family raved about it!! The sauce was on point!!! Will def be making this again.
Yay, that’s fantastic! I’m glad you enjoyed the first recipe that you tried, Vanessa.
What are the exact severing size for the calories?
Hi Sheila, The serving size can be found at the beginning of the print-friendly recipe card (located at the bottom of the recipe post). The nutrition label shows counts “per serving.” Hope that helps!
I have everything but the ginger… Can I go ahead without or will the flavor profile be off without it? Thanks.
It would still work without the ginger, Nicole. But the flavor would be a bit different but not really off.
I made this tonight for my grandson. He wants to start eating healthy and try new things. I’ve never made a stir fry until now. He loved it and was thrilled to know it was healthy. Thank you for giving us a stir fry that was easy to make and so delicious.
You’re welcome! I’m so happy you enjoyed it, Marianne!
I have a question. Do you have to use chicken broth, sesame oil, and brown sugar in this recipe? Will the recipe change if I don’t use them.
Hi Lauren, I haven’t tried other substitute ingredients for those that you mentioned but yes, those are important ingredients to make the recipe work.
Made this a few weeks ago and it was DELICIOUS. How do I double the sauce?
Hi Erin! That’s just awesome! I’m so happy you enjoyed that! I would double all of the sauce ingredients equally.
This came out delicious and very easy as promised. The whole family loved it. Definitely will make again!
Love it! I’m glad that you loved the result of this recipe.
This was great! Very easy to make. For any newbies to stir fry, make sure you have all of your prep done and ready because this moves fast. I might never order this dish from the take-out place again. Too easy to make and much more tasty and healthy.
Thanks for your suggestions, Mike. I appreciate it!
This was great. Definitely a keeper and it was super simple. Served it on top of steamed rice and topped with green onions. Even the 6 year old gobbled it up.
Yay, fantastic! Good to know that you both enjoyed this recipe. Thanks for sharing that with us, Holly!
Going to try it tonight.
It looks so Yummy.
I hope you love this recipe Susan!
Once the prep work was done, this recipe came together so quickly. Like all your recipes, this was delicious!
Super! Thanks for your good comments and feedback, Carol.
Easy and delicious! I will make this again.
I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
Delicious! I used Birds Eye Stir-Fry instead of fresh vegetables the second time. Birds Eye has all the vegetables and more and it was to die for. I have this about 3 times a month. Thanks Natasha you make cooking fun!
Wonderful! Thanks for sharing your good comments and feedback with us, Bob.
Hi Natasha! First of all, many thanks to you and your husband for such fun and informative videos with awesome recipes. I truly enjoy watching them and learning to cook different things.
This stir fry is incredibly simple to make and so delicious with the “saucy” sauce! It definitely has become one of my favorites. In fact, I am making it again for dinner today and honestly can’t wait to eat…YUM!!!
Thank you for sharing such an awesome recipe! 😊
Hello Jacqueline, thank you for your good comments and feedback. You are most welcome and it is a pleasure! I’m glad that you enjoyed this recipe!
I made the chicken and broccoli and it was great. I added a small amount of pineapple because I like pineapple. My husband really really loved this recipe. Thank you.
Thanks for sharing that with us, Sharon. I’m glad you and your husband loved this recipe!
I do not have homemade chicken broth. Can i substitute with chicken stock?
Thanks for the recipe, excited to try it!
Yes, stock will work. Someone commented and shared this “Didn’t have broth or stock, just used water. This dish is delicious!! Will be making this again and again.”
Yikes! I forgot to add to my review that I bookmarked this recipe!
Easy and tasty recipe, I omitted the brown sugar and just added a tad of honey to the sauce. Since my hubby doesn’t like al dente vegetables, I semi steam cooked the broccoli before stir frying
I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
The recipe is amazing I omit the mushrooms However don’t bother trying to print this recipe because it continues to print ads over top of the recipes in black boxes very disappointed
Thanks for your good feedback, Heather. Are you doing this to print the recipe? Click Jump to recipe to go quickly to the recipe card, click print and save as pdf then print from your device. That should help.
Did your chicken and broccoli stir fry for dinner this evening and it was a hit all round , will most certainly be making this again. Thank you for your recipes Natasha keep up the good work
I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Ivy!
Not as saucy as you stated in your presentation. The flavor was there….thanks
I’m glad you enjoyed that Linda.
Excellent! Perfect proportion of chicken to veggies. I added a dash of red pepper flakes and dusted the chicken with chili powder. My husband had two huge servings!
Thank you for the wonderful review!
Fantastic recipe! Immediately added to permanent rotation. Subbed bok choi for the broccoi, cuz that was what we had, and sprinkled salt as I went on chicken and veg…just my preference…and used homemade stock.
The sauce is divine! Thanks!
That’s so great! It sounds like you have a new favorite!
This was wonderful! Excellent recipe and definitely will make over and over. Thank you Natasha!
You’re very welcome, Susan. I’m glad you loved it!
You’re welcome, Susan! It sounds like you found a family favorite!
This was so delicious and easy to make! I’m not usually one for leftovers, but I made a double-batch and can honestly say this tasted even better the next day! Thanks for sharing – I love your recipes. 🙂
Hello Kass, so great to hear that. Thank you for sharing that with us!
Delicious Sauce! Everyone loved the stir fry. I did use thighs because that’s what my husband prefers and I doubled the veggies and tripled the chicken. I tripled the sauce as well since this is something else hubby prefers. I love that this is so versatile and veggies can be adjusted to individual preferences.
That’s great, Barb. I’m glad you everyone enjoyed this recipe. Thank you for giving us this recipe an awesome review!
Very easy… Soooo yummy 😋 good
Made this tonight for the first time. It turned out great! Delicious! I haven’t found a recipe of Natasha’s that I don’t like 🙂
Isn’t it so good! I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
I made this for dinner tonight and it came out perfect. I used water instead of broth and used a little bit more of a black pepper. Thumbs up! It was excellent and easy!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it!
Thank you Natasha for sharing these amazing recipes. I tried out this Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry today. It was so easy and it came out looking really yummy.
Hello Diana, you are most welcome. Glad you loved this recipe, thank you so much for your good review!
I have cooked a bit of stir fry and one always stir frys the garlic and ginger for the last 30 seconds and not simply add it to the sauce. I couldn’t find my go to link so just tried this one. It doesn’t taste like authentic stir fry. Not trying to be offensive, just was disappointed after all the good reviews and then without reading the recipe was in a pinch so just started it only realizing 1/2 through making the sauce how off it was.
Hi Yvonne, I always recommend reading the recipe through especially when making it for the first time.
Helloo doent need salt this recipe??
Hi Safo, we found it the perfect balance of flavor with the story fry ingredients, but you are welcome to lightly salt the chicken if you prefer it.
This recipe looks easy and delicious too! I love your recipes that are simple and easy to make.
Thank you for that wonderful compliment!
Great recipe. Love the substitute options provided. I didn’t have all the fresh ingredients but the substitutes worked well and very tasty. Thanks 👍💯
You’re welcome, Jose! I’m happy you enjoyed this recipe.
Delicious simple and Easy! My hubby really enjoyed it!
I’m glad your hubby loved this recipe. Thank you for your great feedback, Sheryl!
Everyone asks for seconds such a great recipe! Definitley a new family favorite. Make it almost every week for dinner!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Kylie! Thank you for the wonderful review!
OMG this is divine!!! The only alteration I did was add Water-chestnuts, Bamboo Shoots, and Baby Corn (these are my favorite in any stir-fry). We have this quite regularly (3-4 times a month). Love love love this recipe!! Going to fix the Chicken Fried Rice next. Would love a Cashew Chicken recipe.
I’m so happy you enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing those substitutions with us!
Would love to know about the pan and the spatula. When you mention “the notes” is that the same as “the comments’? Excited to try this!
Hello Deb, the notes are in the description field below every video that I post on YouTube. The comments are the messages below every recipe like this one.
O…M…G! This Chicken and Broccoli was freaken DELICIOUS!! It was also quick and easy to make. I can’t get enough of these recipes!!
Awesome! Thank you so much for sharing your great review with us, Jamie.