Great, though I doubled the lemongrass, garlic, and the sauce but used just one tablespoon of oil. Cooked everything at once with no problems. A squeeze of fresh orange over each serving really brought out the flavor. Served over 1 ounce (uncooked weight) per person noodles, often sold as "rice sticks" (same thing)
I used chili garlic paste and lemongrass paste to save time. Our grocery store doesn't carry Thai chilies so we used Serrano. We've made it twice and so far it's a hit, with even the young kids eating it. The first time we had with rice because I couldn't find the noodles.
Used chili garlic sauce instead of sambal oelek, lemongrass paste instead of fresh, and a serrano instead of a Thai chili. Otherwise made as directed. Was delicious, but I was expecting quite a bit of heat and it wasn't particularly spicy at all. Putting in the "keep" binder though!
Sauce was tasty. Sometimes CL's stir fry sauces aren't very flavorful but this one was nice. I also doubled the sauce recipe as we like more sauce. The rice noodles was a good accompaniment rather than rice. Will definitely do again.
This dish has wonderful flavors. My husband, who says he doesn't care for Thai food, exclaimed that it was delicious. It's easy to make, although the prep took a bit of time. I couldn't find rice noddles, so I served it over softened rice sticks, which worked well. I also used a nonstick wok so I cooked on medium heat and just increased the cooking times slightly.
Tasty and easy. Added fresh shitake mushrooms and it turned out great. Next time, though, will double the sauce. It seemed a bit stretched with the noodles.
Very tasty sauce. Great over the rice noodles. Easy to adapt for what you have on hand.
4.5 stars. Very nice; great blend of favors. Prep time longer than expected; thighs are tedious to cut up.
I added mushrooms and substituted crushed red pepper for the Thai chile. Served it over the rice noodles but my noodles were sticky. I'll try rice next time.
This was delicious. I did modify a little using what I had on hand. I used chili garlic sauce instead of the sambal oelek and the sauce was very tasty. I also used onion instead of the shallot and added mushrooms. Otherwise followed the recipe exactly and served with asian noodles. I would definatly make it again. The only bad thing was I didn't think left overs reheated very well.
This recipe was fabulous! I served it over brown rice. Definitely adding this to my repeat list!
This was so good, I've already made it twice this week. I used different vegetables (broccoli, carrots, onions, peppers and sugar snap peas) but otherwise followed the instructions. I also omitted the cashew (nut allergy) and the chile. The sauce was flavorful enough without it.
This was excellent but I am only giving it 4 stars because I didn't make it according to the directions, and I dont want to mislead anyone. Instead of chicken I fried some tofu and instead of fish sauce I used about 3/4 TBS of Hoisin Sauce. I realized after getting home from the store that I didnt have the green beans, so I used frozen (thawed) edamame. I also used veggie broth and didn't find the thai chili needed. I bet if you made it according to the directions though, it would be fabulous, the sauce is very tasty, a little sweet, and its not terribly difficult to make. It's definitely going into rotation at our house!