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A complete success. Mr. Grumpy turned to me after a few bites and asked where I got this - he thought I had bought it at one of the local Chinese restaurants. And he asked for seconds, which is nothing short of a miracle. I did use pork blade chops instead of chicken, because I had some to use up. I also added some julienned carrots with the onions and red bell pepper. This is as good as anything I learned during my nine months of Chinese cooking lessons.

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duonyte February 17, 2012

I cut the recipe in half and used red pepper flakes for the dried red chilis (didn't have any) and otherwise followed the instructions...delicious! Definately will make again and maybe add some other vegies such as broccoli, corn and maybe some waterchestnuts. Made for Chinese/Vietnamese New Year 2012.

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mama smurf January 27, 2012

Delicious. Don't cut back too far on the chilies; they mellow quite a bit in the cooking. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl January 21, 2012

Tasty! Very different flavor from the usual stir fry that I usually make. I though the ketchup would make it too sweet, but it didn't. I added mushrooms and broccoli, just because I love veggies in my stir fry. Thanks for posting the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview August 03, 2013

Wonderful recipe. Lovely & spicy. I didn't have dried redchilies so I used 1 tbsp of chilie flakes. Also I poured in the sauce on the chicken befor adding the peppers & onion as I wanted them to still be a bit crunchy - Dinner was enjoyed. Thanks for posting this recipe Celticevergreen

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Bergy March 16, 2009
Sichuan Pepper Chicken