Recipe by Fruits & VeggiesMore Matters®
"Ready in only 15 minutes, this healthy, vibrant blend of salty and sweet offers an unexpected flavor infused with an aroma so intense the smell alone will upstage your usual chicken stir fry. Wait'll you actually taste it!"
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cubed boneless, skinless chicken breast
onion, vertically sliced
1 3/4 cups
carrots, thinly sliced
1 1/2 teaspoons
dried basil, crushed
fresh or frozen Chinese pea pods
baking apple, cored and thinly sliced
cooked brown rice
Excellent choice for a weeknight dinner since it's so easy to prepare. I prefer to use fresh snow peas as they seem to stay crisper. Granny Smith apples are a perfect choice for their tart flavor.
I found this dish to be a bit bland for my taste. But if you are looking for a healthy meal than I guess it's ok. I was dissapointed. perhaps if the dish had a sauce to compliment the apple it would be better
Excellent meal. Really enjoyed it. I marinated the chicken in olive oil, lemon juice, and oregano before cooking it. I also added water chestnuts to it.
Great meal. And healthy!
Delicious and healthy! I added a little sweet n sour sauce for just a bit of extra taste.
Good, healthy, but needed more. I poured a little bottled sweet and sour sauce over the mixture after serving - then my 7 year old LOVED it.
I was a little weary of this one, but wow was I impressed. Delicious!
I was a little skeptical, but this was great and so different from anything else my husband or I had ever had. The apple added a different flavor note, but it did not overpower the recipe at all.
A great quick weeknight meal. I added some sweet thai chili sauce for a little extra flavour.
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