Cashew Chicken with Noodles
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
Loved this. I added broccoli and edamame with the onions as another reviewer suggested, and it was very tasty!
Same results as others about turning out brown and dry. I added chicken broth until I got the consistency I liked. I must have added about a cup. Otherwise good flavors
I made the recipe as written and it turned out brown. I think next time I will use less cornstarch. I did this time added a red pepper sliced in strips and carrots julienned.
End result was not quite as pretty as in the picture (more of a brown mush) but it did have good flavor. I will add few cashews next time as there were quite a few left at the bottom of the pan.
I made this but added broccoli and edamame with the onions and garlic. I made a little more sauce and left out the chili sauce because I didn't have any. I thought this was very good and pretty easy. I will definitely make this again.
Delicious! Very easy to make and a real family favorite!
Not as good as expected. Surprised by all the great reviews (but we are used to authentic Asian food; maybe that's why?).
I tried this recipe again except this time I took the suggestion of peanut butter instead of peanut oil. I used rice instead of the noodles. I also added some red peppers, zucchini, red onion, and carrots. Turned out great with a great taste and colorful.
Dee-licious! I coated the chicken (skinless, boneless thighs) with cornstarch and sauteed it until it was nearly done, then added the garlic, soy sauce, and a handful of snow peas along with some julienned red pepper. When the veggies were ready I finished with the chili sauce and green onion. Many thanks to anneagnes for the tip.I used a two-serving pack of ramen noodles (minus the flavor packet) as the starch and served the cashews separately. Next time I may add a few drops of sriracha or a pinch of red pepper flakes.
Delicious recipe as written! I would advise combining the cut-up chicken with only the cornstarch. Mix the soy sauce and minced garlic in a separate small bowl. Saute chicken in the oil over a medium heat and then add soy sauce mixture. Stir and as it thickens, add chili sauce and onions. To loosen everything up, add the noodles right out of the hot water they were cooked in. Stir again on medium, and they will pick up the fondant in the pan and soak up the last of the sauce. Delicious!