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Excellent. I also used a lot more soy sauce and two eggs. Didn't have any peas or gr onions on hand, but it still turned out great. I used mushrooms instead of meat so it was vegetarian friendly. Thanks for the recipe!

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r2thepowerof3 January 25, 2010

Great! I added a 1/2 tsp of black pepper to spice it up a bit. Thanks this is delicious!

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hojo January 12, 2010

awesome! served this with chicken eggs rolls and stir fried garlic green beans.

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krisdecam January 09, 2010

Tastes good and pretty authentic! I had to add more flavor to mine with garlic (I love garlic!), more soy sauce, and oyster sauce but overall it was well received by all.

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SSX January 07, 2010

This is a really simple and really good recipe. I didn't have any bean sprouts, so I omitted them, and I did use more soy sauce than the 2 Tbsp.

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hkarkanias December 28, 2009

We loved this recipe. Didn't have peas, so I stir-fried Napa Cabbage... YUM! I butterflied, seasoned and pan roasted chicken breast then diced 5 pieces. chicken in every bite. Also added Julianne carrots, the dish was so colorful. Thank you for this recipe.

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HeyChef December 27, 2009

This is very good! We love it! I don't remember where I picked this trick up, but it makes all the difference in stir-fry chicken. Marinate the chicken pieces in soy sauce and cornstarch in a zip bag while preparing the other ingredients. Just enough soy sauce to cover and throw in some cornstarch. Sounds crazy but the chicken turns out super tender and juicy with kind of a smoky flavor. Try it!

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Mrs_Kupkake December 22, 2009

Very good recipe. My hubby and I love this. I usually make this the day after we have pork chops and rice and use up the leftovers. I always make with brown rice, use more than one egg (usually 3) and add more soy sauce before serving. Thanks for a great recipe!

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bud's mom December 20, 2009
Chinese Fried Rice