Turmeric Ginger Chicken Sauté

  • CarrieO Posted: 08/05/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Great flavor and will absolutely make again. Good every day meal. Omitted red cabbage because I don't like it. Doubled red and green bell pepper. Served over brown rice.

  • loo521 Posted: 08/27/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Unfortunately, I was very disappointed in this dish. Although it was easy and quick to make, it was very bland and I would not spend time making it again. Also, the turmeric has stained my counter top and utensils, and I will need to do some heavy duty cleaning to get it all back to normal.

  • Bclark Posted: 02/03/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Nice dish with a subtle blend of flavor. Pleasant surprise!

  • Kathy30340 Posted: 03/11/14
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    The first time I made this recipe, I seasoned it exactly as the recipe called for, and I found it bland. Also, since my son prefers kale over spinach, I substituted. We thought it worth another try. The second time, I used a whole red bell pepper, half a red onion, and several cloves of garlic. I substituted two teaspoons of refrigerated ginger for ginger root, and I added about 3/4 tsp. ground black pepper. Since just a few days had passed, I used the rest of the large bag of kale, and found the flavor to be robust and the variation in the texture of the ingredients to make it a nice change from my routine one-dish meals. The garlic, turmeric, and ginger are all seasonings that alleviate inflammation in the body and the variety of vegetables make a side dish almost optional. The first time I served a rice blend on the side, and the second time I served it up with quinoa.

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