Garlic Ginger Chicken Stir Fry
My family absolutely loves Asian cooking and using rice vinegar. We are always looking for ways to lighten up dishes as well. I have used rice vinegars in my Asian dishes before, but honestly I didn’t realize how many different varieties Nakano has!
Beyond the different varieties, I also didn’t think about how many ways, outside of Asian cooking, you can use Nakano Rice Vinegar. Recently my family was able to try this brand of rice vinegars, and I LOVED putting it on my salads. I normally use balsamic vinegar and spices to dress my salads. With the Nakano Garlic Rice Vinegar, I figured I would give it a whirl. It was actually really delicious. It gave my balsamic a run for its money.
My husband isn’t too adventurous when it comes to some things, so when we decided to make a dish with our favorite flavor of rice vinegar he opted making one of his favorites; chicken stir fry. Rather than using the regular rice vinegar, we used the garlic flavor in our dish, and it added a great twist to one of our family favorites, this Garlic Ginger Chicken Stir Fry!
Plus check out this awesome Garlic-Cinger Chicken Stir Fry recipe. Trust me, it’s absolutely amazing!
Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast
Garlic Nakano Rice Vinegar
Heat a large skillet, and spray with cooking spray
Place boneless, skinless chicken cut small cubes. Sautee for about 3 minutes
Add Onions and Peppers, Sautee for another 4 minutes.
Splash with Garlic Powder and Ginger Powder to taste.
Once chicken breast is cooked through out and vegetables are tender remove from heat.
While Sauteeing chicken and vegetables, prepare 1 cup of rice per bag directions (begin approximately 10 minutes before cooking chicken)
Once rice is complete, mix rice and chicken/vegetable in large bowl and mix together. Splash with Nakano Garlic Rice Vinegar and Soy Sauce to taste!
I am always trying to find something new and interesting to make! This looks YUMMY! I will have to try this out!
This sounds really good. My stomach started growling after reading it! 🙂
Sarah @ East9thStreet says
I haven’t seen this brand of rice vinegar. Our grocery store has such a limited supply.