This recipe is an adaption of the recipe from the program “Gok cooks Chinese”. These days I am quite obsessed with soya flavor, so when I saw this recipe and how quick it was I decided I was going to make this.


I have already made it twice in a period of 2 weeks so you can guess how good it is. I have used boneless chicken thighs as well as chicken curry cut (on the bone). It hardly takes around 30 mins to cook. You can have this as a starter or as a side dish with some steamed rice.


Chicken – 500 gms

Broccoli – 200 gms

Onion – 1 small chopped into chunks

Garlic – 1 tbsp. chopped

Green chilly – 2 or 3 chopped

Soy sauce – 2 tbsp.

Honey – ½ – 1 tbsp.

Pepper – to taste

Vinegar – ½ tbsp.

Water – ½ cup

Salt – to taste

Oil – 1 tbsp.


Heat oil. Add chopped garlic and green chillies and sauté. Once the raw smell goes off, add the chicken and brown it. Once its got a nice brown color, add in the soy sauce, honey, vinegar. Add water to this and allow the chicken to steam in the sauce by covering and cooking. Once the water starts reducing to half its quantity, add the washed broccoli florets and onions. Cook till all water evaporates and the sauce coats the chicken well.

Remove to a serving dish and lightly brush with honey.