Delicious! The lemon and cajun flavours worked very well together and it was much enojoyed along with a little steamed rice.
This recipe is amazing! I joined Zaar in order to give it the 5 stars it deserves! I double the sauce ingredients, except the sugar (which I leave at 1/4 cup) and the cornflour (which I make 2 1/2 tablespoons). It is a winner with everybody - spicy, tangy AND sweet!
it tastes great! the sauce is kind of like the lemon chicken sauce served in chinese restaurants. yum! will be making this again. adjust the sugar to your taste! i personally don't like the sauce too sweet. =)
Excellent! I lightly sprinkled blackening seasoning all over the chicken instead of all that cajun. The sauce looks like a beautiful brown gravy from all the pan drippings, but tastes like a slightly sweet, tart dream. Served with mashed taters. Awesome flavor combo- thanks Annie!
So simple and so tasty! I used a yellow capsicum in place of the green because that's what I had on hand. This came together so fast. Perfect meal if you don't have a lot of time. Easy, healthy and tasty. Thanks Stardustannie! Made for PAC Fall 2007.
Excellent! Always looking for new ways for chicken breasts and with Cajun being big at our house right now this recipe made for a perfect meal this past week. Once I was aware that corn flour is what they call cornstarch a half a world away I had it made! Served this with rice and a green salad and as a friend would say it's a repeatable! Thank you - we really enjoyed.
What a great recipe this is and so easy. I used cornstarch instead of cornflour.Love that lemony taste to this stir fry; so much lighter than soya sauce that we are used to.Thanks for posting.
Wow what a great blend of flavours, the sweet and the hot intermingle to make one delicious dish, a keeper for me, thanks!!!
Stardustannie - was my adopted chef in PAC Fall 06 and i chose to make this recipe. It was easy to make with good flavours and great colours. When mixing the sauce I panicked when it started to thicken...thought it was turning in to lemon curd!!! But tasted it and it was delicious, so carried on with it, I did have to let it down a little with some extra water, but that could have been my fault as I had halved the recipe. I am so glad a persevered, the end result was wonderful. I served it with egg noodles, although it was a complet meal in itself. Thanks!
wow! was this ever good! I made this recipe for the photo swap and I'm glad I did! Dh and I really enjoyed this and it was so visually appealing. I would probably reduce the amount of cajun seasoning if I were to make it just for me, but DH loved it as is. Thanks for posting :)