Spicy Chicken and Snow Peas

  • carolfitz Posted: 08/04/09
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    Easy/quick. Made to recipe except used raw chicken breast, cut into thin strips, sautéed a couple minutes before adding carrots and red pepper. Rather than drizzling the servings, added the reduced sauce to the chicken mixture and tossed to coat all. Probably not as pretty but still a very attractive presentation. Recommend this.

  • JennySmith Posted: 10/27/09
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    Spicy! (And tasty!) We liked this dish and we will likely do it again...easy enough to do on a weeknight. I stayed mostly with the dish, except I did not use cooking spray--I mixed the sesame oil with a little canola oil. In retrospect, using a little more sesame oil probably wouldn't have been that bad for us and a little tastier. I also sauteed raw chicken, instead of cooked chicken. We served with white sticky rice, and I put a little more rice in mine to lessen the heat. My best trick to the dish was having everything pre-measured & cut - that is the trick to a good stir fry!

  • power4211 Posted: 09/16/10
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    Definitely on my weekday dinner menu. Will make again - easy and delicious.

  • steponme Posted: 05/22/14
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    Quick and delicious stir fry. I used frozen grilled chicken breast strips and stir fried them first, then proceeded with recipe. As other reviewers, I also heated the sauce leaving the chicken & veg. in the pan. Served over brown rice. Will be making this again.

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