What comes after Step 2? Also, this new format with the tiny number font really stinks.
This is a regular dish at our house. I double the sauce, and toss in snow peas and Chinese noodles.
Everyone loved this recipe. If you're buying your chicken non-organic, anticipate a much longer cooking time. The amount of steroids in the chicken breasts makes them way too thick to cook in just 8 minutes. I recommend pounding them to a 3/4 inch thickness before cooking.
This actually came out better than expected with only a couple simple adjustments. I doubled the recipe and I cut the chicken into pieces. I used brown sugar in place of the white, seasoned rice vinegar instead of the red wine vinegar and added 1 tablespoon of minced garlic and 1 heaping teaspoon of corn starch, whisking all together. I just put the sesame oil right in the mix too, instead of after. A quality sesame oil can make all the difference. It wasn't very hot, next time a bit more hot pepper flakes and I think it will be perfect. Served with coconut rice and steamed brocoli.
Not a favorite, just OK.
Very, very easy and certainly quite good, but I wouldn't make it for company necessarily. I cut the chicken into smaller pieces as was suggested for faster cooking time. I also tripled the sauce and added some corn starch (dissolved it first in a little liquid) to thicken the sauce. I would add less sugar and more crushed red pepper next time. Will make it again.
I almost didn't try this recipe with all the negative reviews, but decided there was a chance those reviewers didn't use low sodium soy sauce. I tried the recipe using low sodium soy sauce and it was quite good. My only concern was the sesame oil at the end, it was a bit too much, so next time I'll cut back on that.
This was... ok. The sauce definitely needs some tweaking.
I liked this, easy and fast. I made it vegetarian using quorn cutlets and the sauce gave the faux chicken a nice flavor. Served it with rice and a tossed salad. Will definitely make it again.
I thought this dish was extremely salty. The only flavor that was prominent was the soy sauce. I also had to cut up the chicken tenders while in the pan in order for them to cook completely. I wouldn't make this again.
This was delicious and so easy. I reduced the red pepper as I don't like spicy. A definite repeat.
Amazing flavorful EASY dish for dinner.... loved it! Was wonderful with brown rice! Have made this a few times and is one of my new favorites.
This recipe was just ok for me. I loved the taste of the sherry-soy, but thought the peppery flavor was too strong. May leave out black pepper in the future.
Easy and everyone loved it! Made extra sauce to put over rice noodles.
Wow - what a delicious dish! When I read the recipe I did not think much of it, but then I read the reviews and decided to give it a try. So glad I did! Wonderful flavor and sauce. My boyfriend LOVES sauce so I doubled that and also added corn starch to thicken it - was so good over brown rice. Yum!
Very nice recipe. Wouldn't add it to the top of my favorite chicken dishes, but holds it's own nicely. I doubled the sauce to serve over white rice. I also made a side of garlic parmesan cauliflower. Very nice dinner!
So easy and so delicious.
Enjoyed this recipe. Doubled the sauce and added a little corn starch to make it thicker. Will make again for sure.
I've made this several times and love it each time. Great to serve to company.
This recipe was SO easy to make and incredibly tasty. It was nice to have a flavorful recipe that was different from what I normally cook, but was SO delicious. I highly recommend. I made this with orzo instead of the noodles but would imagine the noodles would be just as yummy!
The sauce is very good. I quadrupled the sauce, added vegies, and cut up the chicken to make it more like a stir fry. I will definitely make again.
Very tasty when paired with the noodles. My husband ate two servings-so it's definitely going to be a repeat recipe!
A good weeknight dinner, but nothing remarkable.