Leftover Chinese Style Chicken And Steak Recipe – Cindys Kitchen

Leftover Chinese Style Chicken And Steak Recipe - Cindys Kitchen
298th video recipe of my cooking and food review channel series on YouTube and the Internet, Cindys Kitchen. In this video recipe, I cook some Leftover Chinese Style Chicken And Steak for lunch time or dinner time, it’s your choice. I had some leftover chicken and leftover steak from yesterday’s dinner in the fridge that marinated overnight. The steak is very tender and the chicken is very juicy. Subscribe to Cindys Kitchen on YouTube if you enjoy my video recipes, how to tutorials, food reviews, food compilations, shout outs or holiday specials. My Patreon, social media links & ingredients to this video recipe are down below. Thanks for watching everybody and remember…DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE! #leftovers #chicken #steak

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1) chicken cutlets
2) pepper steak
3) salt
4) black pepper
5) oregano
6) scallions
7) soy sauce
8) sesame oil
9) ginger powder
10) garlic powder

Leftover Chinese Style Chicken And Steak Recipe – Cindys Kitchen

9 thoughts on “Leftover Chinese Style Chicken And Steak Recipe – Cindys Kitchen”

  1. I have the same size and same caldero you cooked your rice in…everything sticks really bad in it! I wish it didnt…any advice? I got it from a Latin Market here in San Antonio. Looks the same as yours.

  2. Looks great! What is the name of the pot you cook in. you said it on one of your previous videos but cant find the one again. I want to get me one.

  3. Hi, Cindy. I love Chinese food, especially General Tso's Chicken, my absolute favorite. What's your best tip for making the best popsicles using cola? Have a good day, Cindy. Every share counts, and don't drink & drive.

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