This is the marinade. I like to use the large ziploc storage bags. In this bag goes: fresh orange juice,(I like to use clementines, I like the taste) soy sauce, cayenne pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, stir fry seasoning,(not the whole package) and sesame seeds. Give the bag a gentle jiggle to combine the marinade. (This marinade smells soooo good!)
Take your chicken breasts and slice them in half. Then take each half and slice them on the bias into 1/4 inch slices. Drop them in your marinade bag as you finish.
Press out the air and then give that chicken a nice massage. Make sure every little morsel gets touched by your delicious marinade. Finished massaging?
Seal it completely, Roll it up so that the chicken lays flat. Put it in a shallow baking dish or on a plate and let that chicken soak up the goodness. At least an hour. I usually go for 2 hours.
Ready to cook? Alright, let’s go. Pull that chicken out of the fridge and set it to the side for now.
Take the remainder of your stir fry seasoning pack and dissolve it in 2 tbls of water. Set it aside. Grab a pan. I used a 3 qt sauce pan and filled it half way with water. Bring that to a boil. Take your fettuccine noodles and break them in half. When your water begins to boil, toss them in and set a timer for 10 minutes.
Grab a skillet, at least a 10in, put your vegetable oil in it. When your timer says 6 minutes, crank the burner to medium high heat. Listen for the sizzle and watch for the ripples in the oil. Once you see those signs:
Dump that whole bag of chicken into the pan!
Gently stir the chicken and make sure that the slices separate.
Your chicken will cook quickly within 5-7 minutes depending on your stove. Once your chicken has been going for a couple minutes, throw your steamer vegetables in th
e microwave.(I used a California blend but just broccoli or an Asian blend would be nice too.) Drain your pasta and toss it back in the pan.
When your chicken is tan and juicy. (No pink, fully cooked)
Add in your steamed vegetables and the stir fry seasoning sauce.
Stir together gently until everyone at the party has touched the sauce. Remove from the heat. Toss your pasta with 1/2 tsp of soy sauce.
See these beautiful green jewels deep inside your celery? Rip out a handful!
Give it a rough chop, just like you would parsley.