Spicy Asian Broccoli: Long spears of broccoli are tossed with Chinese chile-garlic sauce, minced fresh garlic, sesame oil, a bit of raw sugar and this and that then roasted until crisp-tender. This will beat every white cardboard takeout container of Chinese you can get anywhere without exception. If so, you might even get why -after all those years of getting it nearly every time I ate out- I no longer eat Chinese food in restaurants.
Make this easy Chinese favorite at home -Made with garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and honey it's cheaper and much more flavorful than takeout. Plus, you can toss in any meat or vegetables you have. Once the chicken is browned, remove it from the wok and set aside.
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