Not too bad as written, but I immediately added more garlic and ginger the first time. Cut up the chicken breast when it was partially frozen and it worked really well. I would brown the chicken for more flavor. I used frozen red pepper, (my own leftover in the freezer) and a jalapeno. I used more liquid to coat everything. I would defrost the edamame also. I'll be back with these adjustments.
Sesame Chicken Edamame Bowl
foodieforpeace Posted: 01/17/09
shaeville Posted: 01/29/09
This recipe is a lot of work for what it was. We couldn't find pre-shelled edamame, so we had to shell them ourselves. Good dish if you want to try something different, and next time we will double the sauce.
NewJerseyCats Posted: 03/11/11
Wow that was a wonderful meal! My tongue literally exploded. But next time I would make a sixteenth of the amount. It had my four favourite things. Sesame, Chicken, Edamame and bowls. I urge you to try cat with it too. Nah JOKES!
HeatherMcC Posted: 11/14/12
I thought this came together really fast. I used rotisserie chicken from the deli and chopped a red and yellow bell pepper instead of using frozen.
christineschott Posted: 08/25/13
I make this recipe as written and we love it every time. The kids eat most of it, picking out only the peppers and onions. I have a post-it note to myself on the torn-out recipe page that says "START THE RICE FIRST!" because when you get to the bottom of the recipe list and find "hot cooked brown rice" and don't have that already done, it's kind of frustrating! I think that's a bit of a cheat from CL to be able to advertise a shorter prep time than the 55 minutes brown rice takes to simmer, but it definitely caught me off guard the first and second time I made it (I know, read the whole recipe first before I even start. I'm learning!)
SandyMD Posted: 01/05/14
Fabulous just as written--there was extra for lunch the next day--lemon grass makes this delicious so don't skip that ingredient--great way to enjoy a healthy Asian-style meal