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School started this past week and I have been all over the place. It's Friday and a long weekend, Mama has time to share another quick and easy recipe.

I piggybacked off the siracha hoisin chicken recipe I posted a few weeks back and turned it into green bean chicken. My philosophy is to use what you have in the kitchen. I don't like recipes that require one use ingredients or way too many ingredients. Cooking for me is about simplicity and time. Quick and easy. This is the Rachael Ray in me.


Chicken - 2 lbs cubed

Green beans - 2 handfuls


Siracha - 1-3 tbsp (to taste)

Hoisin Sauce- 2-3 tbsp (to taste)

Teriyaki Sauce - 2 spoonfuls

Salt & Pepper - to taste



1. Add EVOO (olive oil) to a wok or sauté pan.

2. Add chicken to the pan. Salt and pepper to taste. Stir and sauté until chicken is cooked to 3/4 doneness.

3. Add green beans. It's ok if there is some chicken liquid. Sauté the green beans with chicken. About 5 minutes.

4. Add siracha, hoisin and teriyaki sauce. Adjust the siracha and hoisin to your liking. Add more hoisin for a sweeter taste and more siracha for a spicier dish. Stir and cover. Cook until tender.

Side Note: You can also blanch green beans before adding them to the chicken. This helps retain color and provides even cooking. I am a lazy cook most days though.

For the sake of tracking macros I serve this as is for myself. The kids like it paired with white rice or fired rice. It's a new favorite around here.


Xx Dee

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