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I will be making this recipe
this entire video felt very rushed to me....she was speaking and moving too fast
Going to try this for dinner
Make sure you stirfry this longer than Meg does---it will not be heated through otherwise. That said, any combination of veggies and meats work. And as an aside, is there anyway to have SP remove those annoying spam comments???
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Looks just like what I made for dinner minus the peanut oil. I used chicken broth instead. Yum
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I made this tonight and my husband, kids & I all thought it was yummy. This will definitely be a new regular.
The video runs slowly on my comp but i managed to see the mouth watering recipe. I loved it and will be on my list this week.
Total side note, it cracks me up how many times the freeze frame of Chef Meg has her facial features looking just hilarious!!! I have noticed that more and more often! lol! Recipe sounds awesome and I will check out the Asian section of my grocer more careful!
Looks good. I love Chinese food!
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Looks good! I will try it!
CAN'T WAIT TO TRY THIS ONE!
I loe this video. Will be making this dish.
Great Video! I would l like to see the nutritional value at the end of these videos. Calories mainly
Going to cook this I know my family would like this.
Looks great, two large cups equals one serving. Definitely going to have to give this one a try.
I can almost smell it cooking... lol
i am going to try this today,,,and im only adding 120gm of chicken,,,and prolly will add more veggies to my dish,,,
Going to look for the arrowroot...hearing about this from a lot of different areas!
Looks really good. I liked the idea of using pre-cooked chicken and that slaw mix. I also learned that you could buy ginger ready to go in a jar, I didn't know that.
don't use corn starch to thicken the sauce...its just about as bad for you as corn syrup is. use teh arrowroot--its infinitely more healthy with no nasty gluten nor fructose.
This looks like something I might c
i am so going to try this!! it looks great :)
I tried this with pregrilled chicken breast and frozen stirfry veggies and it was not only quick but it tasted great! :)
I love the recipe and the food looks so colourful.
Is not difficult to make it very easy but tast good.
Love stir fry dishes! Going to try it this week.
This is a great idea for dinner tonight! Thanks, Meg!
It sure looks good . I can't wait to try it.
even light soy sauce is a lot of sodium
Stir-fries are great. One can use frozen vegetables, just cook them after the fresh vegetables are al-dente. We use soy sauce, peanut sauce, and even flavorful dressings. Using fresh meat? cook it in the oil first, set it aside, then cook the fresh vegetables. Shredded Nappa cabbage works too.
I wonder if you could use a bag of frozen stir fry vegetables instead?
The only bad stuff in this is the chicken, omit that & you have a wonderfully nutritious meal.
looks good.. I am going to try it this weekend.
I use food club parisian style frozen vegetables 1.89 a bag. If I am feeling like more brocolli I add it. Recipe sounds yummy.love the portion size
Looks great!!! I can't wait to try this!
I hadn't thought of using the carrot and broccoli slaw, it sounds great and definitely want to try it. I bought the honin sauce but wasn't sure how to use it, thanks for the recipe! I like how easy it is and fast.
Definitely needs to be cooked more than that for me, but video is very helpful especially the hoisin sauce idea. Thanks
-If you didnt have constarch could you use a little flour for a thicking agent?
Sounds great. I will need to modify if to be gluten free and I will try it.
How much hoisen sauce?
im gona try out this recipie before the week is out. it looks so gud!
This is the kind of meal I just love. Fixed in minutes and healthy!
love stir fry, this looks great!
Just love Chef Megan's recipes. I am glad she mentioned the pan because I wondered about that.
great some helpful hints.
I love stir fry. Gotta try it!
This is a great recipe. I've used purchased cabbage slaw in stir fries also.
The video really helped. My meal was great.
Sounds Great! I will make it soon.
need to be more descriptive,but sure it will taste very good
Great receipe, l'm going to try it. It looks really good
Wow this recipe looks amazing and the best part it is easy. I liked how she showed the portions sizes. I am new to spark people and am learning new things everyday
Got to learn some good tips.
Yummy! I like the idea of using the pre-chopped broccoli slaw mix. :o) I never thought of that.
I look forward to trying this recipe myself! yummy!!! I like the alternatives she suggests for those that choose not to eat meat>
I love these videos. This is another great one. Two thumbs up.
Has anyone actually tried the recipe from this video?
This sounds like something I could try. I've just discovered the brocolli slaw mixture and I like a good stir fry now and again.
Very quick in the making, nice colours for presintation.
Loved the idea about Hoisin sauce. I'll try it this week!
Sounds Great, the "hot" sauce mentioned at the end is new to me, will have to check it out.
Sounds great. I will try this for dinner tomorrow evening. I agree with showing a close up of the finished dish as my eyes aren't only bigger than my stomach, they are the path to my stomach. If it doesn't look appetizing I will not even try to make the recipe.
I liked the video. The chef is very clear and shows you shortcuts which great for a person living on her own. nancy
Great video, sounds good. I will try it soon.
I might have enjoyed the video but the sound kept breaking up.
Sounds like a very quick recipe----but I usually use fresh chicken and brown it before finishing this type of recipe -- but like the sauce Meg used
Great video, however, I think it would be a great idea to show an up close view of the finished dish. What something looks like can be a make it or forget it moment.