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My husband and I really enjoyed this recipe. The veggies were easy to prepare; I had 3 small zucchini that I just chopped into coins, and then I chopped the red pepper into strips. I would recommend trying to keep thickness consistent so the veggies cook at the same rate. The recipe doesn't say when to add sauce, but I put it in when I returned the chicken to the pan. I don't have a food processor, but I used my Magic Bullet to make the sauce, which worked great. I think a good blender would work as well. We will definitely make this again!

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determaa May 28, 2011

Great, tasty stir fry that is a cinch to make! Doubled the hot sauce and cayenne (will up the amounts a little further the next time - we like it hot!) and served over shredded iceberg lettuce. Oh so good! Thank you for sharing!

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stormylee May 25, 2011

Impressive! I followed recipe but added onions and water chestnuts. Next time I amy skip the chicken and just have veggies. The only bad thing is that there were no leftovers.

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Ck2plz October 06, 2008

This is delightful! The sauce was perfect - I made it just as written - the only thing I added was a dash of crushed red pepper. The zucchini and bell pepper are great in this and I added just a few carrots. Even my 9-year old, who was skeptical about it, said the meal was "better than I thought it would be." (The only thing she didn't like was the extra heat I added to it!) The dish is beautiful and delicious. Thanks for posting!

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pattikay in L.A. July 28, 2008

Nice blend of flavors...we especially enjoyed the flavor from the peanut butter! I didn't have a lime so I used lemon juice and I added thinly sliced carrots and celery and a roughly chopped onion instead of the zucchini and red pepper. The whole dish comes together quickly too!

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Vino p.o. prn February 15, 2008

We loved this dish! I will experiment a bit with the types of veggies and I will definitely double the sauce next time. It was delicious and pretty quick too. It will be in my regular meal rotation from now on. Thanks!!

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Chef Doozer November 12, 2007

I absolutely love this recipe! I doubled the sauce (which turned out to be a great idea) and added a tsp of red pepper flakes, instead of cayenne, I also added a bunch of garlic. I used red pepper, broccoli and onions as the veggies, and then stir fried some cooked spagettini noodles in at the end, instead of rice. MMmmmm so good! It was my first time using broccoli in a stir fry and it was so delicious - the yummy sauce infiltrates it.

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Pudding33 October 25, 2007

I had some leftovers from Ginger Me up Chicken! Low Fat Honey & Ginger Chicken Breasts (honey & ginger chicken)... wanted to make a stir-fry with it and found this WONDERFUL recipe!!! It was absolutely delicious. The only changes I made were adding a can of water chestnuts and I used frozen veggies (red/green peppers, broccoli, carrots) and tossed in some garlic & onion. The sauce was fantastic... I used a whole-grain dijon mustard, as I had done in the other recipe. This one will be put into rotation for sure! Thanks so much :-)

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Kiki Freebird July 23, 2007

This was awesome! Easy as shelling peas and bursting with flavour. I was out of zucchini so used matchstick carrots instead (added to the wok for a minute or two before the bell pepper) and used Sambal Oelek for the hot pepper sauce. The end result was full of taste and crunch with a kick in the tail. Thanks a million!

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NZsue July 11, 2007
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