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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.


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 (works without too)

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 usually 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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