Chicken Macadamia Stir-Fry with Noodles {RECIPE + GIVEAWAY CLOSED}


The other week, I received an email asking if I’d be interested in cooking with Suncoast Gold Macadamia oil. Why yes, I would. Thank you very much.

I’m always up for trying new ingredients and recipes. For me, macadamia nuts have always been a chocolate coated treat which we send as “Aussie” gift to family and friends overseas.

Did you know that macadamia trees are native to Northern NSW and Southern Queensland? For thousands of years before European settlement, the aborigines ate the native seed that grew in rainforests of eastern Australia.

Suncoast Gold Macadamia Oil is the all-Australian alternative, made from the finest macadamias sourced from Noosa to Byron Bay. 100% Australian. Gotta love that, right?

Chicken Macadamia Stir Fry with Noodles

Chicken Macadamia Stir-Fry with Noodles
Serves 4

1 400g packet of hokkien noodles
3 tablespoons Suncoast Gold Macadamia Oil
250g skinless chicken strips (I used chicken thigh meat)
1/2 red onion
2 cups of vegetables chopped/diced (beans, carrots, mushrooms etc…)
75g dry roasted Suncoast Gold Australian Macadamias
1 lime
3 tablespoons of sweet chilli sauce
Coriander (I used coriander paste, though fresh would be better)

Soak the noodles in boiling water for 1-2 minutes. Drain and set aside.
Heat the wok, add the oil.
Add the chicken, onion and stir fry for 3 minutes (until the chicken is golden and onions have softened).
Add the vegetables and stir fry for another couple of minutes until they’ve softened, though still crunchy.
Squeeze in the juice of the lime, add the sweet chilli sauce and coriander.
Finally toss in the noodles and macadamia nuts.
Serve and enjoy!

Chicken Macadamia SF w Noodle

Do you use Macadamia Oil in your cooking? Up until last week, I hadn’t tried it, but have experimented with it in my cooking. I even made a batch of stove top popcorn with it, for movie night on the weekend.

Corn popped with macadamia oil

The generous people at Suncoast Gold Macadamia want to share the nutty love and have offered a couple of prize packs to giveaway to some lucky Samelia’s Mum readers.

Each pack includes a twin pack of Suncoast Gold Australian Macadamia Oil and a Zeal Macadamia Oil Spray Pump.

This Oil Pump Spray has a funky, contemporary design and is perfect for dispensing oils for stir-fries, barbecues, roasts and for dressing healthy salads. The design allows a fine spray for healthier cooking and eating and avoids wasting a precious drop of macadamia oil.

Each prize pack is valued at $40.
Suncoast Gold Pack Giveaway

To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment telling me:

What is your favourite stir-fry combination?

This giveaway is open to Australian residents only.
Giveaway closes on Sunday, 12 May 2013 at 5pm AEST.
Winners will be contacted by email and/or announced on the Samelia’s Mum Facebook Page.
The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Samelia’s Mum will take no responsibility for any delay, loss or damage to prizes sent to winner/s.

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The Organised Housewife


Disclaimer: I was gifted a pack from Suncoast Gold Macadamia and was under no obligation to post about it – but I like the product and wanted to share it with everyone.


  1. I love using turkey strips, with fresh vegetables like capsicum, carrot, snow peas and corn served with thin hokkien noodles.

  2. I love stirfrys i dont care what else goes into it but for me they must contain chicken, brocolli, garlic, ginger and bean srouts. Now i think i might just make one for dinner tonight :0)

  3. i am the same my stirfrys are always chicken and ever vegs i seem to have on hand.xx

  4. When I want to make a tasty dish,
    I never think of steak or fish.
    My wok gets a dash of Macadamia oil,
    then I put on the rice to boil.
    Broccolini, mushrooms, cashews and beef,
    an asian stir-fry just can't be beat!
    A beautiful aroma fills the house when its done,
    chopstick meals are so much fun!

  5. I usually use beef strips and add whatever vegetables I have. I love using red cabbage. The purple colour looks great!

  6. My favourite stir fry combination is all sort of Asian green vege like bok choi, choi sum with different kind of mushrooms, corn, bamboo shoot.

  7. my fav stirfry combination has to be chicken satay! with lots of fresh vegies! and hofun noodles!

  8. I use chicken breast fillet strips, marinade them in garlic, lemon and spices, then add lots of fresh vegetables. I love silverbeet, bok choy, sugar snap peas, and more!
    I usually serve with couscous or rice.

  9. I have never tred macadamia oil in cooking, have see in salad dressings and that was yummy!
    My fav stirfry is a chow mein noodle with lots of crunchy veg and some chicken that has been marinated in char sui sauce! Mix it all up with some yummy light soy sauce, and maybe from now on some macadamia oil ;)

  10. My favourite stir-fry combination is ginger,garlic, onions, mushrooms, red bell pepper,carrots and peas.
    I have never used macadamia oil in cooking but would love to try it.......

  11. Chicken, mushrooms, broccoli and cashews ...I'm keen to swap to Macadamias now.

  12. Chicken, macadamias, fresh mango, chilli and baby corn. Delicious!

  13. Honeyed chicken and cashews! Haven't made it for ages!

  14. My husband and I are meeting my son and his family for a dinner at a local shrimp restaurant Sunday evening. Sunday morning, we are taking my m-in-l out for breakfast.

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