Forget take-out! If you can boil water and have minimal kitchen knife skills, you can have this Chinese Chicken Spaghetti on the table in no time. Whole grain spaghetti is topped with stir-fried carrots, snow peas and green onions and tossed in a soy based sauce, to create a quick and delicious main course.
When we got married, one of my roommates from undergrad made me a binder which he titled “Mel’s E-meals” for me to be able to print out recipes I found online or in magazines and keep them in a single location. That was nearly 13 years ago and although I haven’t added a new recipe to the binder in quite some time, it still claims valuable space within my cookbook library as I love being able to look back at the first recipes I cooked for the two of us as newlyweds.
This Chinese Chicken Spaghetti is one of those dishes. Whole grain spaghetti is topped with stir-fried carrots, snow peas and green onions and tossed in a soy based sauce combine to create a quick and delicious main course. Seriously, there is so little work involved in creating this meal. If you can boil water and have the knife skills to chop green onions and slice chicken, you can have dinner on the table in no time.
Even better? This recipe was the perfect choice to give OXO’s new Stainless Steel Pro Cookware a try, specifically their 12 inch Wok + Cover. When we created our wedding registry, I had added a wok and although we were grateful to receive it, I was able to use it less than a year as it was less than stellar quality. With a scratched finished and inability to maintain temperature, it quickly found a new home elsewhere as I wasn’t able to justify it taking up valuable kitchen real estate. This OXO wok? It works like a dream and with just one use proved itself worthy of sticking around to make another meal. It’s 5-quart size is perfect – not too big, not too small! – and I can see using it often in the future.
Not only did it heat evenly thanks to a heat-radiant aluminum core fused between the two layers of stainless steel, but it’s handles stayed cool throughout the cooking process allowing me to comfortably move the pan as needed without issue. It also transferred from stovetop to table with ease and clean-up was a breeze. Although it is dishwasher safe, with a swipe of a soapy dish rag it was clean in just minutes.
I love that a meal that we first enjoyed years ago has now become a favorite of our entire family thanks to the addition of a new wok to my kitchen arsenal. I mean, crisp, colorful vegetables, chicken and pasta – how can you go wrong?
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