Chicken & Cashew Nut Stir-Fry: Flavorful Delight

Learn How To Make Stir Fried Chicken and Cashew Nuts

Chicken fried with cashew nuts is for people who do not like very spicy food.  It’s a popular option for the whole family, it's liked by both adults and children. There are many different recipes for Chicken stir-fried with cashew nuts with differences in the way that the chicken is fried as it can be crispy before stir-frying or you can use fresh chicken to stir it straight away and whether it’s stir-fried with or without chilli paste. Searching the internet and asking food experts it is not clear where the original chicken fried cashews came from and who initiated it. Some say that it is inherited and modified from Chinese food, while others say that it's our own Thai food.

Cashew nuts are nutritious snacks. Cashews Seeds are a great source of protein and fats that are good for health, which many believe may help reduce the risk of certain chronic diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, etc. The part that is consumed is the innermost meat of the seeds, the nut. People commonly eat it as a snack or as an ingredient in various foods.

Parawan’s Thai Home Cooking Class will show you how to easily make step-by-step Stir-Fried Chicken and Cashew nuts at home.



The history of Stir Fried Chicken and Cashew Nuts

Chicken with cashew nuts is believed to have been influenced by Chinese cuisine. Cashew nuts have a long history of being used in cooking. The dish typically consists of stir-fried chicken, onions, and cashew nuts in a sauce made from soy sauce, oyster sauce, and other ingredients. It is typically served over rice and is a regular on Thai menus in both Thailand and overseas.


 Stir Fried Chicken and Cashew Nuts


Ingredients you will need if you are taking an online class

● Chicken breast meat
● Baked cashew nuts
● Mushrooms
● Spring onions
● Garlic
● Red pepper
● Red chillies
● Some vegetables like carrots and baby corn
● Chili paste
● Oyster sauce
● Sugar
● Soy sauce
● Ground pepper
● Salt
● Flour
● Cooking oil
● Water