2 Reviews

This sure takes a long time for a stir fry but the final product is worth it. Usually I've used sherry for marinating the meat or splashed in at the end, so found the technique of slow-heating the veggies in it interesting, and added lots of flavor. The chicken comes out tender and delicious but tastes strongly of the five spice powder. I couldn't taste the honey. I would love to try making this again without the five spice. If someone doesn't care for it, they would not like this dish since it's the dominant flavor. I couldn't get it to thicken at the end so added cornstarch paste. A delicious dinner and great introduction to using prepared broccoli slaw in stir fries, which I'll start doing frequently.

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FLKeysJen February 22, 2009

We enjoyed this! Spicy and sweet. Full of great veggies. This would have been nice with the addition of a slurry made of cornstarch and water to give the sauce a nice clingy glaze. I didn`t need to use the extra oil. Thanks for a winning recipe.

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Rita~ February 20, 2009
Spicy Honey Chicken