{VIDEO} Sizzling Chicken with Bok Choy

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Stir fry recipes are my go-to quick cook dinner. Fast. Easy. Delicious.

Our current family favorite simple stir-fry recipe is an easy version of one of my favorite Asian comfort foods: clay-pot chicken. Though not made in a traditional clay pot, this recipe delivers a big, cozy umami flavor with very little effort. One of my go-to weeknight recipes, it’s easy to prepare, tastes delicious, and can make an encore appearance in your lunchbox the next day.

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Check out this one minute video to watch how easy it is to make this recipe. Yes, that’s my 8 year old doing the chopping and cooking. If he can do it, you can do it!

Stir up some delicious fun at the next class in our 52 New Foods Junior Chef kids cooking classes series at Williams-Sonoma! Together we’ll make this recipe, plus a few more easy stir fry recipes that will help you get a delicious dinner on the table in a flash. These yummy recipes are easy enough to cook with your family—and they’ve got an added bonus. Claim the leftovers and pack in your lunch box to enjoy the next day. Suitable for ages 9–13. Call your local Williams-Sonoma store to reserve your space (it’s free!). Spaces fill fast!


For the full recipe plus more easy stir fry recipes, check out Five Fast Stir-Fry Recipes.

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By | 2018-02-02T18:59:22+00:00 February 12th, 2015|Dinner, Videos|0 Comments

About the Author:

Heralded by Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution as “A mom and genius game creator helping kids eat fresh food!”, Jennifer Tyler Lee is an award-winning cookbook author, game creator, and healthy eating advocate. Jennifer has garnered national TV, radio, and print coverage for her family cookbook, The 52 New Foods Challenge, and her nutrition game, Crunch a Color®: The Healthy Eating Game. Jennifer’s work has been spotlighted by Jessica Alba, Michael Pollan, Jamie Oliver, Laurie David, Rachael Ray, US Weekly, The 700 Club, and Oprah.com—among many others. Her fresh approach to cooking together as a family inspired a nationwide series of kids cooking classes at Williams-Sonoma, The 52 New Foods Junior Chef Series, along with an exclusive edition of her book. A former strategy consultant, she lives in the Bay Area with her family.

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