I don't need to remind you about the cost of tomatoes, as a sharp babe I decided to fashi dat side and eat my rice with other sauces-tomato stew is not the only option you have available. I posted this stir-fry photo a few moths ago on my instagram page-now is the perfect time to share one of my favourite recipes: chicken stir-fry. So easy and you only need a few ingredients that you can get from Shoprite, and like I said, it's perfect with rice, especially basmati rice. I have the recipe written out and a video, so don't forget to SUBSCRIBE so you always get my videos first!

2 Red Bell Peppers
2 Yellow Bell Peppers
1 Green Bell Pepper
Green Beans
Half an Onion
Sesame Oil 3 tbs
Oyster Sauce 1/2 cup
Light Soy Sauce 1/2 Cup
Stir fry Chicken

  • Slice the peppers, carrots and green beans into strips. Some people like their Chunky, whichever works for you.
  • Heat a non-stick pan (or wok) then add a drizzle of vegetable oil,  enough to grease the pan. Now add your chicken strips. I got these Chicken strips from Shoprite, they have beef and chicken in strips. It makes the whole job easier. 
  • On high heat, fry the chicken constantly stirring. It takes about 5 minutes to brown. When it is brown,  take it off the pan. 
  • Using the same pan, place it on the cooker and drizzle some more oil. Add your vegetables and peppers, stir fry, just like you did with the chicken. 
  • After 2 minutes, add the chicken back to the pan , add the soy sauce and the Oyster sauce. Combine well. 
  • It shouldn't take more than 3 minutes and it should be ready. You want your vegetables still crispy not soggy and over cooked. 
  • Serve with rice or whatever you choose!

You will enjoy it!


  1. I'm loving your recipe posts! They make me want to experiment in the kitchen. I love that you provide healthy options as well. God bless you and yours and many more success and favor shall be your portion in Jesus' name! <3

  2. hi,please where did you get your spoon from....i got a set a while back but it melts.


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