I loved this! There isn't much sauce, but with the ginger and garlic, the taste is perfect. I elected to eat it without rice or noodles, as I am really watching my carbs right now, and this was a wonderful dinner for me tonight. Thanks for sharing your yummy recipe.
This was fantastic.My husband and I loved it and I didn't change a thing.
This is a quick dinner, especially if you use frozen stir-fry vegetable mix, which is what I did - I find this to be a great shortcut. I keep peeled ginger root chunks in the freezer, so it's always ready for use. I also managed to pour sesame oil over the kitchen floor, so I'll be thinking of this dish a lot over the next week or so!
I was pleasantly surprised with the flavors! I really thought that with so little liquid that there couldn't possibly be a burst of greatness...but once again I was wrong. I served this tasty dish over soba noodles instead of rice. They worked great together. I made as posted with the exception of cutting the recipe in half. I used chicken tenders cut into strips. This is delicious, quick and easy...what more can you ask for. Thanks for posting. Made of Spring PAC 2011.
This is such a yummy dish and so easy to prepare! I skipped the vegetable oil for browning the chicken and just used a shot of cooking spray which worked well. This doesn't have much "sauce", but you don't need it because the sesame oil and spices/seasonings that cook up with the veggies give you flavor in every bite. I used the full 4 teaspoons of grated ginger because we love it and the rice vinegar as well. My only mistake was forgetting to add the hot pepper flakes, which I could do without, but hubby would have loved the extra zip :) Thanks for sharing your recipe :)
This was so easy to make. So GOOD! We loved it . I didn't use the peppers, I thru in some water chestnuts. I steamed the broccoli before adding in. This was perfect and I will be making it again. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe Annacia!