I figured since I'm always using recipes from this site, it's only fair to give some feedback.
Made this last night for dinner and it didn't disappoint! I did take some liberties with the recipe. For instance, I marinated the chicken a couple hours in a mixture of soy sauce, mirin, ground ginger, brown sugar and a couple dashes of both sesame and Mongolian fire oil. We also used sugar snap peas and sliced carrots instead of broccoli.
I tripled the amount of hoisin and soy sauce so there would be enough to cover the rice, but kept the same measurements of chili paste and pepper flakes. The heat was perfect-enough to give it a good kick, but not overwhelming that we couldn't enjoy the actual flavor. I also skipped the salt and pepper entirely (accidentally!) but didn't miss it a bit. I stir fried the chicken by itself for about 6 minutes then added the carrots and peas, whisked all the sauce ingredients together and poured it over everything, covered and simmered for about 7 more minutes and served over regular white minute rice-delicious!
Hubby is on the paelo diet but is allowed one 'cheat' meal a week-this was his choice for his cheat and went back for seconds :)
Definitely added to my recipe box and is a keeper. Thanks bunches for sharing!
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