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Good starting point. Very easy and quick.I used thin fresh asparagus and snow peas for the veggies. Also added green onion when cooked. Rather than chicken I used a Chinese barbecue pork tenderloin, sliced and cubed, addition at the end to heat through. Very good.
Loved this! Tweaked it quite a bit though as we like our food hot and the hoisin sauce was rather sweet for me. It was the first time I have tried it as I had to find a gluten free version. I used mange tout rather than snow peas and added extra chilli and gf soy sauce. Never had nuts on a dish like this, but they really added to it. Will definitely be making it again. Thank you for sharing the recipe.
Delicious! A simple, easy and quick dish to make on a weeknight. The sauce is just right. I've had success with using broccoli and sugar snap peas in place of the snow peas. Def. add the peanuts for a nice contrast to the softer veggies.
This is a regular at our house. I use 3 or 4 chopped scallions in place of the onion (add near end of pepper cooking time) and haricot vert or other thin green beans in place of the peas. I sometimes serve it over Chinese noodles, other times over rice -- always a hit.
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