Top-ranked recipe named "Pasta- Chicken Noodles with Broccoli Peanut Sauce"
Tasty Thai flavors at home
"Versatile recipe. Could use shrimp instead. We thought it needed some salt in the form of soy sauce, fish sauce, or table salt maybe because our tastes run towards the exotic flavorful tastes of Thai cooking. I used rice noodles, as that is what I had on hand. Liked the idea of adding steamed Broc. Looking forward to cooking this again. The guys loved it. Thanks for sharing Kate."- Frostbytealaska
1. Cook noodles according to package directions, drain.
2. Combine broth and next 5 ingredients (broth through crushed red pepper) in a bowl, stir well with a whisk.
3. Heat 1 teaspoon oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add the chicken, saute 4 minutes. Add bell pepper, saute 3 minutes. Remove from heat. Combine chicken mixture and noodles in a large bowl.
4. Heat l teaspoon oil in pan over medium heat. Add ginger and garlic, cook 15 seconds. Stir in broth mixture, cook 30 seconds, stirring constantly. Add the broth mixture and 1/4 cup green onions to noodle mixture, toss well. Add in steamed broccoli. Top with 1/4 c green onions.
Mjk77 10 months agoIt was a winner for my family! Thanks.
Crasch99 10 months agoDelicious! I made it kid friendly (no chilis or green onion) and my super picky 4 year old loved it. We all did. Will definitely make this again!
bosse 1 year ago
katehandel 1 year agoThis is a favorite in our house! It is inspired by a dish from a San Francisco Thai restaurant we used to go to years ago.
JennRN 1 year agoSo good! Added some steamed bok choy and used regular white vinegar (since I didnt have rice vinegar) with a teaspoon of sugar. Will definitely make again!
Smilewithme89 1 year agoEasy and fun to make. Taste great too.
Jenjennifer 2 years agoNot a bad recipie. Fairly easy & i am not a cook. I found that i really tasted & smelled the ketchup so I would likely use less next time & definitely more spice!!!
Astancilwomack 2 years agoI didn't have Hoisin sauce, so I substituted teriyaki, soy & saracha, but it was very bland. I will definitely try again with Hoisin.
Codymn 2 years agoThis is delicious! I would probably add some peanuts and something to make it a little spicier. But I loved it.
JanetBarclay 2 years agoI made a few changes so I'd have fewer dishes to wash, and it was still fabulous!