This is great chicken! Next time I would dice the chicken before cooking it, and maybe double the sauce. I thought that the 1 teaspoon of red pepper flakes made it the perfect amount of spicy, but I like pretty spicy foods! For those that don't, this dish would still be delicious with less, or without it. This was very quick and easy too. Thank! I'm sure I'll make this again!
Excellent recipe! There's a Korean restaurant in the food court near my office and they serve a dish called Seoul chicken. In fact, that's the dish they're known for. It's delicious. I went searching for a copycat recipe and am glad I found yours! This was extremely easy to whip up for dinner and my guy and I really enjoyed it. This will be made often in our home. I followed the recipe exactly but I did use boneless, skinless chicken breasts cut into bite-sized pieces as I find it easier to eat that way. Highly recommended and will be shared with others!
This will be a family favorite to make often. Wonderful sauce with a little kick, the chicken was perfect
Except for using 3 large chicken breasts, I followed the recipe right on down & we had a great chicken dinner served over a combo of brown rice & peas! Very easy to make, wonderfully tasty & now I have a great new way to serve chicken! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed for Family Picks during ZWT6]
Very easy to make and very flavorful. I would add a few extra pepper flakes next time as I love me a hot and spicy chicken. The sauce is great, would double it next time. Served over white rice with green beans. Great dinner!! Made for a Seasoned Sailor and his Sassy Sirens - ZWT6!!
Absolutely love this dish - have made it serveral time - perfect with Cold Peanut Soba Noodles - it has become one of my favorite meals
A very quick tasty dinner to make on a work night. I liked the combination of flavors and the little kick from the red pepper flakes. Served it over rice and sprinkled toasted sesame seeds over the chicken.
I enjoyed this a lot! I did make a couple of changes through - first I used chicken tenders because I had them on hand, I added quite a bit more ginger because I like it and I also sliced a few scallions and added those at the end. Since the chicken tenders were already tender I did not cover for the 15 minutes as I thought that would be too much for them.
I didn't have any red pepper flakes in the house so I used paprika, so it wasn't really spicy, but it was quite tasty. My 2 y/o enjoyed it too. (always a bonus) I should have reduced the heat when it cooked covered for 15 minutes (I left it on medium heat); it didn't burn, but the sauce thickened a little too much.
Sorry but this wasn't as good as I expected and I followed the recipe exactly. Except for being very garlicky, the taste was rather bland.