Thanks for sharing Lali! This recipe is really really good. It's always a hit everytimeI bring it to potlucks. I just cut the chicken into very small pieces too and it's perfect!
I prepared this meal a week ago. My son couldn't eat it because he'd just had his wisdom teeth pulled. He asked for it to be prepared again and I obliged. He loved it as well as everyone else eating it a second time.
This recipe was awesome! It taste just like PF Chang's! The dipping sauce was right out of the restaurant! We loved it! The whole dish took whey longer than your estimate of time! I think it was about an hour before we sat down to eat! Nevertheless, it was totally worth it!
Separate dipping sauce was not used. Very tasty without! Chicken was a little too well done. I'll try not cooking it without some of the stir fry sauce
I'm only giving this 3 stars because I thought it was too much work without a ton of flavor. I have a lettuce wrap recipe that I make all the time and will stick to that. This wasn't bad.. it just did not wow me.
what gets me is some of the peoples pictures looked great then some looked like dogfood on a white piece of lettuce. lol
First of all, I didn't make this recipe exactly ... but it was darn close ... and I loved it...thus the 5 stars. For the sauce, I added some minced garlic, a little corn starch slurry to thicken it, and cooked it for about 5 minutes to reduce it. The end result was great and I'll use this for other foods such as egg rolls. I used green onions (white part mostly) for the onion part and used the chopped green part of the onions to garnish. Worked out nicely. I used boston lettuce rather than iceberg (tasteless in my opinion), as I use this lettuce for bulgogi. Highly recommend this recipe and expand it to your own tastes as I did. Definitely will make again.
Excellent and so much like PF Chang's you won't notice the difference. With a food processor you can get the chicken pretty ground/diced easily as well.
Very tasty. Tastes just like P.F. Chang's!
I LOVE this recipe! I use firm or extra-firm tofu instead of chicken and add any additionaly vegetables that sound good, but keep everything else the same. To prepare the tofu, just cut into 1/2" cubes and fry over high heat in about a tablespoon each of vegetable oil and sesame oil. After it starts to crisp, sprinkle on about a teaspoon or two of chicken bouillon (or vegetable bouillon for true vegetarians) and fry until the outsides are mostly crispy.