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We thought this was very tasty! I did use some frozen stir fry veggies instead of chopping and I used 1 TBLS brown sugar and 1 TBLS white sugar when making the sauce and ommitted the salt (always can be added to taste if needed). The brown sugar even though it was just a tbls added a nice touch. Served over white rice and some chow-mein noodles. Very good and would make again. Thanks!
The sauce was way way too sweet. And 2 tablespoons of cornstarch was way too much. A tablespoon would've been plenty. Also a true stir fry would brown the chicken take the chicken out of the pan then cook the onion and other vegetables. After the veggies are done that's when you'd add the chicken back in so you don't end up with overcooked chicken.
Even my son liked this(and he says he doesn't like onions). I used about half the green onions and regular onions that this recipe called for. I also used about a 1/2 tsp of ground ginger instead of the fresh ginger. Good basic stir fry.
This recipe turned out just great. The chicken and veggies tasted great and the sauce had perfect flavor and consistency. I will definitely make this again and may add some hot pepper flakes for some added spice.
This was quite good. We like a little more "kick" to our Asian food but I am a stickler for following a recipe as written the first time (doesn't it just make you crazy when people trash a recipe and talk about what they didn't do?). The next time I will likely spice it up a little and maybe add some additional veggies. Thank you for a great post! i
This is a great stir-fyr recipe.. I used fresh broccoli carrot and asparagus; no bell pepper or pea pods and it came out really good. Everything was cooked perfectly and very flavorful. I used left over rice pilaf from last night to make the "fried rice restaurant style" recipe (on allrecipes.com)-- my toddlers had seconds and my husband loved it.