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How to Make Kung Pao Chicken

Updated on March 19, 2011

Kung Pao Chicken!

By: Toni Tucker
By: Toni Tucker
Remember, add soft noddles around rice and meat and top with crispy noodles too!
Remember, add soft noddles around rice and meat and top with crispy noodles too!

Kung Pao Chicken

This is one of my favorite yummy Chinese recipes! I hope you enjoy your cooking process, and really enjoy the flavor...Eat up, it's all good.


1 package of skinless and boneless chicken breast, approx. 4-5 pieces

2 boxes of Kung Pao Chicken mixes, includes, rice, peppers, Kung Pao sauce, and peanuts. (You can find in your local grocery store in the Ethnic/Asian cooking section)

2 tablespoons chicken seasoning

1 tablespoon of black pepper

1 teaspoon of salt or sea salt

3-4 tablespoons vegetable oil

1-2 boxes of Chinese noodles

1 can of baby corn on the cob

1-2 cans of water Chestnuts

1 can of Crispy Noddles

Cut chicken into small pieces as you would like. Salt and pepper and season with chicken seasoning. Put chicken in a large frying pan or Wok with heated vegetable oil. Cook on each side for approximately 7 mins. while making sure meat doesn't stick to Wok or frying pan. When chicken is completely pink-free add drained can of baby corn. Cover for 1-2 minutes. Then add water chestnuts and cover for 1-2 minutes. In the meantime, you should boil the rice and noddles separately and keep both covered. You will have to buy the noodles separately.

Add peppers, and peanuts from both boxes of Kung Pao to the chicken, leave uncovered for about a minute or two. Then, add both bags of Kung Pao sauce and about 1/4 cup of water. Cover for a minute, then stir.

Plate your rice in the middle and circle the rice with as many noddles as you would like. Remove the peppers first from the meat sauce. The peppers are not edible. Add enough of the Kung Pao Chicken mixture and top off with crispy noodles.


Enjoy, and have plenty of cold water or cold soda ready.

Could be hot...But, boy how tasty!!!



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    • Heavensgates profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Hahaha, maybe I should put a caution in the recipe for the after affects! Thanks for the comment, David, I guess.

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      David Gaye 

      9 years ago

      When you eat Kung Pao Chicken, get ready for the shittin'. LOL

    • Heavensgates profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Thanks, I love it!!! I hope you will give it a try...

    • hubber-2009 profile image


      9 years ago from India

      nicely twitted.. tasty recipe..hope everyone will enjoy it..


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