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Try this Pacific Rim Stir-Fry recipe, or contribute your own. "collxquick" and "collxweeknight" are two of the tags cooks chose for Pacific Rim Stir-Fry.
"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 5 months agoVery little flavor in the sauce
ANDthensome 8 months 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 1 year agoTook me less than 15 minutes to prepare. I added shrimp as well. Love the simplicity and the taste!
Jcaltabiano 1 year agoWe added honey and it turned out great!
matthammill 1 year 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 2 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 3 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.]