* a T of oil
* 1lb boneless chicken, cut into bite-size pieces
* 1 medium red bell pepper, chopped
* 1.5C chicken broth
* 4t soy sauce
* 2T sugar
* 2 clove garlic, minced
* 1/4t cayenne pepper or a few dashes of red flakes
* 1.5t ginger or 1" piece fresh ginger root, peeled&chopped
* 1T cornstarch
* 1 bunch green onions, chopped (i eyed it and definitely used less)
* 1 bunch cilantro, chopped (same as above, didn't want it to be overbearing)
* 1/2C CRUNCHY (must) peanut butter (or 1C unsalted roasted peanuts but then it won't be as creamy)
cook chicken in oil (about 6-8 min) and when it's about done, add in red peppers. Cook until tender. set aside. I did not drain any juices.
In a bowl, mix the broth, soy sauce, sugar, garlic, cayenne pepper, ginger&cornstarch.
Pour into the large skillet with chicken. Heat up to boil, and add green onions, cilantro, and pb. Letting boil for about 5-10 min. was all it took for it to thicken up. I really didn't need the cornstarch.
note: if using peanuts, do not add until very end. use extra green onions to garnish. Also would taste great with broccoli and/or snap peas added in, but I have not had a chance to go to the grocery store so we skipped it.
Served w/brown rice, but usually use jasmine.
|Sounds good. Why wouldn't people like it? I wish Thai food didn't have so many peanuts. That's an ingredient that's hard to substitute with something else, and I'm allergic|
i'm not allergic but being pregnant can't eat them at the moment
my hubby and i both have allergys and its recomended that i not eat them, incase i pass apeanut allergy on to the baby ( didn't eat them with isaac and i think he would die if i told him no more peanut butter sandwiches it his fav breakfast food three year olds for you).
i wonder if you could use a differentnut butter my whols food sells load sof types
zoe and einy
|This sounds great, I need to get some chicken|
|I wonder if the sauce tastes anything like the one I had at a restaurant in Fort Erie, The Barrel Pizza and Spaghetti House.
It was a thai chicken pasta dish and it was absolutely amazing. Never tasted anything like it before or since. I've tried to replicate it a couple of times and haven't been able to. The closest I came was using an asian sesame salad dressing but also cooking the chicken in butter, garlic, salt, pepper and a crushed red pepper paste. (that was last night) We had it mixed with mixed veg and egg noodles. It was good, but not quite what I was going for.
|Stacey, what was the place we went to with Amber in Simcoe? That was excellent chicken.|
The closest I came was using an asian sesame salad dressing but also cooking the chicken in butter, garlic, salt, pepper and a crushed red pepper paste. (that was last night) We had it mixed with mixed veg and egg noodles. It was good, but not quite what I was going for.
I would say my version is more "American" thai. Anyway, what you made sounds real tasty!!
Stacey, what was the place we went to with Amber in Simcoe? That was excellent chicken.
Yes... wasn't that awesome?! That same show is coming up again next weekend but I can't go People will be picking up their puppies then....
|Your puppies btw are soooooo adorable!! I really forget they're EVER that small.|
Your puppies btw are soooooo adorable!! I really forget they're EVER that small.
They are getting big, 7 weeks old now... and you know what? 11 seven week old puppies poo a lot
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