"Ready in only 30 minutes, this delicious Asian-themed main dish offers a unique taste of the Orient. A delicate mix of brown sugar, ginger and green onion sets this dish apart from the usual. Quick, easy and full of flavor!" — Fruits & VeggiesMore Matters®
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boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into strips
snow peas, trimmed
red bell pepper, cubed
green bell pepper, cubed
2 1/2 tablespoons
low-sodium soy sauce
1 1/2 teaspoons
green onions, sliced
Nonstick cooking spray
This was really good, however I only gave it 4 stars because I felt the sauce needed to be doubled and it seemed to be "missing" something. I added 4 tsp of Natural Peanut Butter and not only did it enhance the flavour, it also thickened the sauce. I would definitely make this again. FYI: celery and carrots thinly sliced works well with this. I also doubled the qty of sesame seeds with great results. I would also recommend serving rice or pasta with it. (These didn't affect the rating I gave it though)
A bit too salty for my taste, and otherwise no interesting flavors going on. Would rather just make a normal stir-fry.
This was really good! I might double the sauce next time though, since I like a little bit of sauce with my stir fry, but honestly, really good! And pretty easy to make. Will definitely make it again.
Easy-to-make recipe that is very versatile - I plan to swap out pork for the chicken next time as well as add a few different vegetables. Very yummy!
The key ingredient in this dish is the ginger--really gives it a delicious scent and flavor! I plan to experiment with adding broccoli to this dish the next time I make it.
Wow! This is delightful and incredibly easy to make. Following another review, I doubled the sauce and it was perfect. I then mixed in some brown rice and it soaked up the extra sauce. Very tasty -- I'll make this again and again.
I thought this tasted pretty good especially considering there isn't even a drop of oil in it. Even though it had some flavor it was a little on the dry side because of that. I like how many vegetables it adds in one meal though. The directions did not say what to do with the sesame seeds that were toasted, so when it was done I just stirred them in.
This was pretty bland and dry. Not at all like authentic sesame chicken, but maybe that's because it's not deep fried and covered in MSG. I would make this again for myself but not my husband who likes big "manly" meals. I didn't have snow peas so I made this with broccoli and bean sprouts, and put over brown rice. Next time will double sesame seeds.
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