By mandabears on August 05, 2002
"really easy, exotic tasting, but good for company too. I grill my chicken in my George Forman grill which makes the recipe low fat except for the peanut butter. Using reduced fat peanut butter was a bad experiment. Oh well..."
Serving Size: 1 (255 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"This was absolutely excellent! I had to make a few changes (because it was a last minute decision, and I didn't have everything on hand), so let me let you know: I used ground beef rather than the chicken; molasses rather than honey, and no orange juice at all. It was FANTASTIC. I had my doubts, but both my husband and I loved it. This recipe makes about 6 servings, by the way."
"I tried this and loved it! Hubby and I like a bit of heat so I added a bit of sriracha to spice it up.
Very nice...thank you!"
"Awesome! Easy to prepare, with ingredients that aren't hard to find. Taste was incredible! I had my doubts when looking at the ingredient list, but it is really, really tasty with just the right amount of spice for me! People who love spicy foods will likely want to add a little more zing, but it was perfect for my spice-meter!"
"Wow! This is yummy, and easy! No weird ingredients."
"Very good dish, and extremely easy with ingredients I had on hand!"
"I made this a few months ago and thought it was very tasty. And very easy to make. Thanks for the great recipe."
"I made this with a really spicy salsa and skipped the linguine, serving it over Coconut Rice, #79436, instead. I used buckwheat honey as it has a very rich, dark flavor, and fish sauce instead of the salt and soy sauce - this is a clear liquid made from anchovies that is commonly used instead of salt in Thai cooking, I found mine in the ethnic food section of my local grocer if you don't have an Asian market handy. Also used red pepper flakes instead of plain old black pepper. I made the sauce about six hours before adding the chicken so the flavors would have time to blend and meld. RAVE reviews from hubby!"
"Good, super fast ahnd easy to make. I tossed in some green onions for color. DH thought he would like some crushed peanuts on top for extra peanut taste and texture. I also put in some hot pepper powder to zing up my too mild salsa. Makes a lot too!"
"Sorry...I did not care for this one very much. I was expecting more flavor than it had. It was easy though. I thought it tasted better without the ginger. The ginger dulled the flavor and made the color look bland."
"This was so easy and really tasty. I used mild picante sauce, but next time I'll use medium to give it more zing."
"mmmm! This was SO good and easy to make! Thank you, I love it"