11 Reviews

I saw this recipe in one of my mother in laws cooking magazines. I could not wait to try it, but unfortunately was unable to find the pampered chef Asian seasoning ANYWHERE!!! I did find a recipe for a substitute Garlic, dried red pepper flakes, sesame, ginger and chives. Mix it all together and it is as close to the PC Asian Spice as you can get!

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raesunk76 September 20, 2009

Very good stir fry, but I didn't have the PC Asian Seasoning so I had to do some tweaking to get it to taste just right.

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the6-sranch June 02, 2010

Made this last night for dinner. I had been out all day but had marinated the chicken in the morning and cut up the carrot, red bell pepper, added some sliced celery and of course garlic and onion so it was ready when I got home. Next time I might add some waterchestnuts for a little more crunch (suggested by DH). I did add some minced garlic to the chicken marinade and a little ginger as well. This is an easy, quick and delicious meal that I will definately fall back on again and again. Thank you!! Made for Zaar Alphabet Soup tag game 2009-2010.

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mama smurf January 09, 2010

Everyone loved it...used only 3 pkts of ramen seasoning because is very salty IMHO. Next time will add snow peas, maybe mushrooms. I also improvised the oriental seasoning, using garlic, red pepper flakes, ginger, basil.

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Smacklet December 13, 2011

This recipe is as good as they say. I use chicken usually and instead of the carrots, green onions, and bell peppers, I usually use a bag of frozen prepared stir fry vegetables-it saves time and makes it go a little farther. Everyone in my family of picky, picky eaters loves this dish. Give it a try!

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specialbekah September 16, 2009

This was really very good. Everyone in my family asked for seconds, and there were no leftovers :>( So I would highly recommend this recipe to anyone. I'm eager to have it again!

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kathy April 02, 2009

Very good taste. I've made it with pork and chicken and both are very good. This is a quick and easy dish to whip up.

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jyeschke March 15, 2009

We LOVED this recipe. There were only a few places here that sell the orienatal flavor noodles. WELL WORTH TRIP to get those. I also did with chicken, green peppers and chix noodles. Still good but our favorite is the pork as is with the recipe to the T. The PC spice mix is great. It really gives a nice flavor and look to the pork. My family liked it so well they asked for it two days in a row!

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sewnmom January 04, 2009

This is a fantastic and easy recipe. I love it with chicken or pork. I have made this so many times and it always turns out to be a hit.

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chvyluvgrl November 08, 2008

All I can say is WOW! You made me a hero last night! Great for a busy week-night. I cheated and bought the carrots pre sliced. Very affordable when made with chicken. A+++++

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bcrhonex3 March 20, 2008
Asian Pork/Chicken & Noodle Skillet-Pampered Chef