I had to google this, and as it turns out, the dish is only found in Chinese diners in America. Served over sticky rice. Add a mixture of corn starch and chicken broth and bring to boil and let thicken. "Happy Family” is a popular Chinese-American dish at many restaurants, but the ingredients can vary. Happy Family Restaurant was built on founder Grandpa Long with the vision to create a sense of family within its community. Happy Family is about as Chinese as the Austrian Mädchenfänger (illustration below): The American takeout dish is a combination of chicken, beef, seafood, and vegetables in a brown sauce. Being a restaurant built in the town square of Cumming 30 years ago, friends and family could easily enjoy the idea of a close knit community. Happy family is a popular Chinese stir fry dish which consists of colourful vegetables like broccoli, baby corn, mushrooms and carrots mixed cooked with different meats like beef, pork, chicken, shrimp, lobster and scallops served in flavourful brown gravy. Ch’uen chi fu ("happy family") was cited in the Brooklyn (NY) Daily Eagle on August 20, 1954, from the restaurant Ho-Ho at 789 Seventh Avenue (near Fifty-first Street) in Manhattan. when thickened, add the items in the wok cover back to make one big happy family. Most Chinese takeout dishes … Happy family, or triple delight, is a stir-fry made from meat, such as chicken or pork, seafood, and vegetables.