How to Make Chicken Chop Suey at Home

Chicken Chop Suey

Whenever we talk about any Chinese cuisine, we always get the virtual images of noodles, chopsticks, rice balls etc but there is one more underrated thing which is not popular but it the best dish of Chinese Cuisine.

Do you know what is it? The name of that dish is Chicken Chop Suey and I have learned the recipe in my cooking class when I was learning about the Cuisines of China.

In the starting, I was very confused about the dish that why this dish is not so popular? It is because this dish is so yummy and unbeatable. I went to a Chinese restaurant to eat Chinese food and I order Chicken Chop Suey and what I found in the way they represented the dish and the way I learned is different.

At that day, I came to know that there many different ways of cooking Chicken Chop Suey and when I came back home, I mixed the recipe that I learnt from my cooking classes and the what I observed from the restaurant. I make the mixture and developed a new Chinese Soup Suey which I made for my Chinese Friend and she appreciated that dish a lot.

Today, I was thinking to share Chicken Chop Suey Recipe with my Chinese Cuisine lovers. But here are some other amazing recipes that you should definitely try.

1. New England Clam ChowderTopping the menu today, what we have is a hot and steamy recipe that will tickle your taste buds and warm up your soul. The creamy texture of the milk/cream along with the crunchiness of veggies and clams makes the dish feel exotic.

2. Mixed PeelHomemade Mixed Peel is so much more flavourful than supermarket bought. It isn’t as bitter and has a more fully rounded flavour that captures the essence of citrus season.

3. Egg Tofu– This food is basically from the parts of China, where tofu was considered as one of the best medications for various health disorders. And even today, it is widely consumed mot only in china but the majority parts of south and Southeast Asia as well.

4. Duck Liver– Duck livers are normally associated with velvety smooth pâté, sometimes mixed with luxurious and expensive foie gras.

Ingredients For Chicken Chop Suey

IngredientsAmount
Olive Oil (Buy)1 tbsp
Boneless Chicken4
Green Bell Paper1
Sliced Onions1
Sliced Celery1 Cup
Sliced Carrots1/2 Cup
Boiling Water3/4 Cup
Soy Sauce1 tbsp
Chicken Bouillon1 Cube
Salt1/2 tsp
White Sugar1/2 tsp
Sliced Bok Choy2 Cups
Sprouts Bean1.5 Cup
Water2 tsp
Cornstarch1.5 tsp

How Much Time It Will Take?

There are different types of time limits to make Chicken Chop Suey Recipe but for this Recipe, you have different Come Let’s see How Much Time It Will Take To Make this recipe of Chicken Chop Suey.

Preparation TimeCooking TimeTotal Time
30 Mins20 Mins50 Mins

Now the most awaited thing for which we are waiting has finally arrived. Yes, it is Chicken Chop Suey Recipe. Lets’ come and follow each and every step to make it the best dish.

Chicken Chop Suey Recipe

Chicken Chop Suey recipe
  1. In a large skillet heat oil over the medium heat and add chicken in it cook, until it will turn golden for 5 to 7 minutes.
  2. After the Chicken Cooks remove the Chicken from skillet.
  3. Add green bell pepper, onion, celery, and carrot in the skillet.
  4. Add bell pepper mixture in a bowl and in boiling water add bouillon cubes, soy sauce, salt, sugar.
  5. Simmer the mixture and cook for at least 7 minutes.
  6. To tender the bok choy and bean sprouts add and cook them for about 5 minutes.

Now you’ve learnt how you can make the Chicken Chop at Home. Make this at your home to know yourself why I loved Chicken Chop Suey the most.

Nutritional Facts Of Chicken Chop Suey

If you love Chinese food but also are concerned about your diet, this here is the nutritional breakdown of the Chicken ChopSuey.

Calories221.9
Protein22 g
Carbohydrates11.9 g
Cholesterol70.5 mg
Sodium932.2 mg

How to Make Chicken Chop Suey at Home | Video

I’ve also added the Chicken Chop Suey recipe video, so it’ll be easier for you to make the recipe at your home.

Video by TheCooknShare

So I hope you liked this recipe and if you are also a Chinese food lover, then tell your favourite Chinese Cuisine and I’ll make sure that it’ll get covered in thefoodxp blog.

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