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"While stir-frying takes only a few minutes, the key to success starts BEFORE you heat up the pan. Slicing and dicing all the ingredients into similar sizes and having them all ready to go (Mis-en-Place) makes this go a LOT smoother. It certainly gives us a chance to practice our knife skills. "- promfh
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1) In a saucepan cook rice noodles in boiling water for three minutes. Drain; set aside and keep warm.
2) Cut chicken into thin bite size strips. For sauce, combine broth, soy sauce, dried basil, cornstarch, chili oil, and Tumeric; set aside.
3) Pour cooking oil into a wok or large skillet. Heat over medium high heat. Add carrots to wok; cook and stir for one minute. Add broccoli, cook and stir for two minutes more. Add sweet pepper; cook and stir for one and a half to two minutes more or until vegetables are crisp tender. Remove vegetables from wok. Add chicken to wok; cook and stir for two to three minutes or until no longer pink. Push chicken from the center of wok. Stir sauce; add two center of wok. Cook and stir until thickened and bubbly. Return vegetables to wok; add fresh basil. Cook and stir for two minutes or until heated thoroughly. Serve over rice noodles; sprinkle with cashews.
Great Meal! Lots of flavor. We willbe making more of this.
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keithmodz 8 months agoVery little flavor in the sauce
ANDthensome 11 month agoI added ginger to the sauce, and mushrooms, onion, and bamboo chutes to the veggies. My two year old loved it!
melegan 1 year agoAdded honey, was delicious.
mg2blue 1 year agoA nice taste, we served over rice and it was good but I think the noodles would have been much better. Watch that the sauce doesn't thicken too much...had to thin ours a bit.
karenevaz 2 years agoTook me less than 15 minutes to prepare. I added shrimp as well. Love the simplicity and the taste!
Jcaltabiano 2 years agoWe added honey and it turned out great!
matthammill 2 years agoReally tastey and easy to make, i added onion and mushrooms. Took probably 10 to prepare and i cooked the noodles at the same time as the main meal. Overall thoroughly enjoyable!
Harriet_arkle 2 years agoVery nice and simple. I added chilli to make mine spicy as that's how I like my stir fries. Maybe will try with light soy next time as it was a bit salty, but again that's a plus for me!
Hraefn 2 years agoTasty and easy. Works well with shrimp as well. Prep time was more like 30 minutes.
BlizzardCooks 3 years agoWe didn't really like this. But it looks like a lot of people do.
Ijulian 3 years agoFor someone who is inept on cooking, this recipe seemed just right!! Good reviews from the Mrs also. ;-)
spinster 4 years agoI would have liked more heat, however my husband found it to be just right. Nice, easy and perfect for a weeknight, or leftovers for breakfast with an egg. :)
re06179e 4 years agoExcellent, one of the easiest we've tried so far.
promfh 8 years agoWhile stir-frying takes only a few minutes, the key to success starts BEFORE you heat up the pan. Slicing and dicing all the ingredients into similar sizes and having them all ready to go (Mis-en-Place) makes this go a LOT smoother. It certainly gives us a chance to practice our knife skills.
KeithBaker 8 years ago[I made edits to this recipe.]
KeithBaker 8 years agoGreat Meal! Lots of flavor. We willbe making more of this. [I posted this recipe.]