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Sticky Chicken Noodles

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What's for dinner at your house? For us it's sticky chicken noodles in the Bellini Intelli Kitchen Master. I love this dish because it's a winner with every member of the family, this means that dinner time passes without the usual arguments about eating veggies and everyone leaves the table happy! Oh and did I mention it's really tasty?


400g chicken (I use breast but thighs would work just as well)
440g hokkein noodles
1 red capsicum
1 bunch spring onions
2 bunches of pak choy
200g baby corn spears
100g snow peas
1 cup vegetable stock (liquid)
 1/2 cup kecap manis
1/4 cup soy
1/4 cup honey
2tbsp peanut oil
1tbsp ground ginger
1tsp minced garlic
40g cornflour
Sprinkle of sesame seeds
Lightly dried chilli flakes to taste (optional)


Start by preparing your veggies. Cut the bottom off the pak choy to separate the leaves. Spread these over the top tray of the steaming attachment and then set aside.

Slice your capsicum into long thin strips and cut the tips off the snow peas. Place in the lower tray of the steamer attachment.

Fill the Bellini jug with 500ml of water (the first measuring mark) attach the steaming attachment with the lower tray of veggies inside. Leave out the upper tray of pak choy for now.

Clear the centre of the tray so more steam can come through. Place a sheet of baking paper under the lid.

Cook at steam temp on speed 3 for 5 mins.

Whilst the veggies are steaming dice your chicken and prepare your spring onion. Roughly chop the ends off the bunch of spring onions.

Once the steaming is finished remove steamer and set aside. Pour out the water and replace jug. Add your spring onions and chop on speed 5 for 5 seconds.

Add oil, ginger and garlic. Cook at steam temp, speed 3 for three minutes.

Add butterfly attachment then add chicken. Cook at steam temp, speed 2, 5 mins.

Add veggie stock, kecap manis, soy, honey and cornflour. Re-attach steamer with veggies (continue to leave out the pak choy)

Cook 100 degrees, speed 2 for 15 mins.

Add pak choy tray on top of lower veggies tray. Cook for further 5 mins at 100 degrees. Whilst this is cooking add hokkein noodles to a bowl and cover with boiling water. Gently separate and leave for around 3-4 minutes. Drain the noodles.

Add noodles to a large bowl, add veggies on top of noodles.  Pour over chicken/sauce and combine.

Serve with a sprinkle of sesame seeds and a light sprinkle of lightly dried chilli flakes (for the adults only). Enjoy...

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