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Kale & chicken wok

You can never be wrong with a wok. And you can almost throw anything good inside to make a lovely meal, the important things is to decide if you want the vegetables to be a bit crunchy or well done and the spices you want to use for the taste.

If you don’t have a wok, one of those that you can buy in a asian shop, you should get one. It heats up very quickly and if you have a gas stove done for wok, then it’s even better


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What do you need?

  • Chicken filet
  • White mushrooms (or any mushrooms)
  • Kale cabbage leaves
  • Shallot
  • Garlic
  • Ginger (fresh if possible)
  • Soja sauce
  • Salt, black pepper, coriander, cumin (fresh if possible)
  • Olive oil


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  • You need to pre cook the kale leaves before. You can either boil them for a few minutes but it looses it’s vitamins faster, so i usually heat up a pan of water and put it on top in a  strainer so that it cooks with the steam.
  • If you like the cabbage to be crunchy, only steam cook it for 2 to 3mn.
  • Rinse with cold water and reserve
  • Prepare your chicken filet and slice them in big chunk
  • Heat up some olive oil at full heat and stir in the chicken very quickly as it will burn fast
  • Add the shallots that you can cut thinly, the ginger, the whole garlic cloves (3) and mushrooms that you can cut in big chunk
  • Continue to stir and add 1 tbsp of soja sauce, stir. Add salt, pepper and comino
  • Add the cabbage and stir in, add 1 tbsp of soja sauce again.
  • Taste and add as necessary more spices if necessary. Finish with the coriander
  • Enjoy




Author: GregousFood

French boy living in Spain and passionate about cooking and eating good food.

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