My new favorite recipe!! Thank you so much. I will make this again and again. I did add chicken, used broccoli instead of frozen veges and I doubled the sauce. I also used gluten free spaghetti noodles (just my preference). I really only needed about 1 1/2 the sauce recipe but that's because I like it saucy. It was delicious and I had leftovers for two days for lunch and it was still fantastic. I'm wondering if I could make giant batches of the sauce and freeze? It's that good!
Loved it! Added a little extra sesame oil and garlic chili sauce to kick up the heat.
This was SO GOOD!! I used a Thai-style rice noodle (like you'd make Pad Thai out of) and soaked them awhile before adding to the rest of the mixture. Evidently I didn't soak them enough but I was able to add a bit of water to the mixture at the end and continue cooking it for a few minutes while stirring till they softened. Just my mistake, not the fault of this recipe. I made everything else the same and everyone really enjoyed it. (Used chicken thigh meat, diced, and marinated for 15-20 minutes in Yoshida's.) I loved the simpleness of the sauce and flexibility of what vegetables you could use. Great recipe! Thanks.
Made this tonight with some substitutions. Used rice noodles, added fresh thai basil and deglazed with wine. Would not use rice noodles again-they are starchy and too soft.
This is a nice, spicey Thai dish!
Excellent recipe. I also added an extra tablespoon of peanut butter. Quick, easy and relatively healthy. Thank you!
My husband and I REALLY liked this recipe! We did need a little bit more veggies, but overall it turned out excellent with good flavor. We definitely will be making this dish again.
This sauce is wonderful! Just the right amount of zing and loaded with flavor! DH, who is not a fan of stir fry, loved that this one has noodles. It was a hit with my family. I do not have chili sauce in my pantry but took someone's suggestion to use Sriracha sauce and it worked out very well, in my opinion. I opted to fry up some shrimp on the side to add to the finished product. I will make this again. Thank you!
Excellent stuff! Tweaked the sauce a bit by adding some fish sauce and water cause it was too thick, increased chili sauce plus sriracha for a stronger kick, raided fridge for a greater variety of veggies, and tossed in tofu that we pan fried separately before.
Delicious!!! I made a few changes to fit what I had in my kitchen. Instead of the frozen veggies I used 2 cups of steamed broccoli slaw. I also added 2 roasted chicken breasts cubed. I really like my Thai noodles spicy, so I sprinkled with red pepper flakes before eating. This is my new recipe for Thai noodles, thank you!