Mongolian Chicken – Quick & Easy Restaurant Style Mongolian Chicken

Mongolian Chicken: If you’re a fan of this popular Chinese-America dish the one word which comes to your mind will be tasty and I really really enjoy it from time to time definitely not a low-sugar meal. So, give this recipe a try and I am sure you will wait for that day when you will make it again.

Mongolian Chicken

There are several ways of making this dish, frying the chicken, cooking the vegetables, making the sauce and then just toss everything together. It’s fairly quick & simple. you can spice it up as much according to your taste btw I love the flavors of this dish.

This Mongolian Chicken is super easy to make, and within 10 – 15 minutes this dish will be ready. And if you want it even in less than 15 minutes then chop the chicken and green onions and make the sauce in advance.

What does Mongolian Chicken Taste Like

Mongolian Chicken is very similar to salty-sweet in taste and to make it more flavorful make sure that you make the sauce very well because sauce plays the main roll in taste. And to make it more delicious avoid the process of marination which most of us use when it comes of stir fry and instead I recommend to use cornstarch and then crisp fry it, this process will make this dish even more flavorful.

Easy Mongolian Chicken

So if you want to make the Mongolian chicken delicious then you have to change the chicken cooking process. The chicken has to be tossed in cornstarch and left there for a few minutes instead of cooking it bare in a frying pan. This makes it moist & velvety and it also tenderizes the meat. The chicken is then cooked with garlic, ginger, and a simple sauce made of soy sauce, brown sugar, chicken stock, and toasted sesame oil.

What is the Mongolian Chicken?

First all of all there’s nothing like Mongolian Chicken it’ should be called Mongolian beef and it is a dish served in Chinese-Australian & Chinese-American restaurants consisting of typically flank steak, stir-fried with vegetables, sliced beef in a savory brown sauce, made with soy sauce, hoisin sauce, and chili peppers. The beef is commonly paired with mixed vegetables or scallions and is often not spicy. The dish is often served over crispy fried cellophane noodles or over steamed rice. Click here for the instant pot variant.

Mongolian Chicken Recipe

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Serves 4


Mongolian Chicken

This Mongolian Chicken is super easy to make, and within 10 - 15 minutes this dish will be ready. So, give this recipe a try and I am sure you will like it.

7 minPrep Time

8 minCook Time

15 minTotal Time

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  1. In a bowl, Combine all the sauce ingredients mentioned above stirring until the brown sugar & cornstarch are dissolved.
  2. With the cornstarch sprinkle your chicken and toss to coat.
  3. Over high heat, Heat your frying pan and once hot, add the oil.
  4. Add the chicken and fry for 1 minutes.
  5. Add the ginger & garlic and fry for 30 seconds more.
  6. Add the white parts of the green onions & sauce and simmer about a minute until thickened. Add the remaining green onions (little crispy), stir to coat and remove from heat.
  7. Serve immediately with noodles or steamed rice.


Main Course
Whole 30
dairy free
egg free
peanut free
seafood free
treenut free
mustard free



373 cal


13 g


34 g


24 g
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Mongolian Chicken Calories – 362 Kcal

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