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A great recipe! The only change I made was to add a 1lb package of frozen stir fry vegetables during the 20 minutes of simmering.
Excellent. I read the other reviews so cooked the sauce separately and added the chicken later, also thickened the sauce with cornstarch. I used Vietnamese chili paste instead of red pepper flakes and grated ginger root instead of ginger powder. There were only two of us so I only used half the chicken but made all the sauce and used some in the stir fried vegetables. Not a bit left over! Yum Yum!
Fantastic! Followed the recipe, with the exception of whisking all of the ingredients and adding one teaspoon of cornstarch to thicken the sauce.
It was good, and I would make it again, but not right away. Overall if you are looking for something new to try, this will work. No idea why it's the most popular chicken recipe here though, as I simply wouldn't rave about it.
The flavor was good! but my sauce never thickened. I'll try again with cornstarch. I don't live in high altitudes though. Also, next time I would brown the chicken, remove it and not add it back until the sauce is done. This is what they do in Chinese resturaunts. Simmering the chicken for 20 minutes after you cook it just makes tough meat.
My family of four enjoyed. I made this exactly as described and served it over brown Bamsati rice. Fabulous! I will make again a double for left overs and make more sauce to flavor the rice.
I was looking for something a little different to try with chicken, and I found it! This recipe is simple and delicious! I think next time I may make the sauce ahead of time and marinate the chicken in the sauce overnight to add a little extra flavor... but it was great as is! :)
all I can say is yummy!!!! I tried this one over the summer and love it!
I made this but added stir-fried broccoli. It tastes exactly like chicken and broccoli from a chinese restaurant! The best part is that it uses ingredients that I always have on hand!!
My family loves this sometimes I add aparagus, and I usually thicken the sauce with alittle corn starch.