Chopsuey Is A Dish Even Non-Veggie Eaters Will Love

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Chopsuey is a vegetable-laden dish. It might not be appealing to some but this dish is really good. All the exciting flavors of each vegetable come out harmoniously. It’s such a refreshing and healthy dish. You’ll surely love it.

Chopsuey Is Your Happy Dish

If there’s one dish that’s bursting with flavors and colors, it’s chopsuey. This is one vibrant dish that never disappoints.

Despite it being a vegetable-laden dish, it also contains some white chicken meat for that extra flavor.

Despite it being a vegetable-laden dish, it also contains some white chicken meat for that extra flavor.

There’s just so much texture and flavor in this dish. 😀

Even a non-vegetable eater will love it. ❤️

Chopsuey on a serving dish .
The bright colors of chopsuey can easily cheer you up.

Our Simple Chopsuey Recipe

We want to share our simple chopsuey recipe. Our recipe is devoid of chicken liver. However, you can always add some if you like. 😃

Chicken liver can add some texture and flavor to the dish. But even without it, chopsuey still tastes so good.

Chicken liver can add some texture and flavor to the dish. But even without it, chopsuey still tastes so good.

Our Chopsuey Ingredients

Here are our chopsuey ingredients.

Uncooked boneless chicken meat on a white dish.
Boneless chicken meat
Slices of onions and garlic on a white dish
You can never do without some onions and garlic for sautéing.
Slices of sayote and carrots
Slices of sayote and carrots. The colors are now coming in.
Pieces of baby corn, snow peas, and string beans on a green plate.
String beans, snow peas, and young corn to add in more flavors and happy colors.
Chopped cabbage on a green dish.
Cabbage makes chopsuey super filling … without the feeling of guilt.
Pieces of cauliflower and broccoli on a green dish.
Cauliflower and broccoli make chopsuey a super healthy dish.
Boiled and peeled quail eggs on a yellow plate.
Yes! We add in some boiled quail eggs to our chopsuey.

How To Cook Chopsuey Our Way

Here’s how to cook chopsuey our way. There’s really nothing complicated about it. Chopsuey is such an easy dish to cook.

First thing’s first. Add in some cooking oil into a pan. Wait until it’s hot then add in the onions.

Cook for a couple of seconds and then add in the garlic. Brown the garlic but be careful not to burn it.😄

Now add in the boneless chicken. Saute for a couple of seconds. Then add in some water to cook the chicken well.

Drop a chicken cube and cover. Let it cook and simmer for about five minutes.

After five minutes, start adding in the vegetables. Start with the pieces of carrots and sayote so that they will cook well. Then add in the cauliflower and the broccoli. Mix well. 

After five minutes, start adding in the vegetables. Start with the pieces of carrots and sayote so that they will cook well. Then add in the cauliflower and the broccoli. Mix well.

Now add in the string beans, young corn, and snow peas. Mix well again. At this point, you can add in some cornstarch to thicken the sauce. Then season with some salt and pepper.

Finally, add in the boiled quail eggs.

The nice thing about chopsuey is that you can always skip the chicken and the quail eggs if you’re vegetarian.

Of course, you can always add more of it if you’re not. This particular dish can easily be tweaked according to your needs. 😀

That’s it! You now have a tasty vegetable dish that even non-veggie eaters will love.😃

Chopsuey Dish showing bits of carrots, string beans, cauliflower.
The finished product. Yummy Chopsuey. So colorful and so healthy.

How do you cook Chopsuey? Do you add in some chicken liver or not? Do you add in quail eggs or not? Feel free to share with us how to Chopsuey your way. We’d love to hear from you.

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