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Thai Chicken and Sugar Snap Peas

Thai Chicken and Sugar Snap Peas  recipe
photo by:kraft
Italian dressing flavors the chicken strips and peanut sauce in this Asian-style pasta meal. Crisp, green sugar snap peas add color and crunch.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 25 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
3/16/2012
Fantastic recipe! The sauce was outstanding. It has a little bit of a kick. I'd say if you don't want so much kick cut down the amount of red pepper flakes but it wasn't overly "hot". Also we forgot to get pea pods so I used regular frozen peas I had and still turned out fantastic. Would definitely make again!
posted:
2/25/2012
Awesome recipe!! I substituted the Catalina dressing with sesame ginger and I loved it!!
posted:
8/31/2011
This was my second time making it and I absolutely love it! I used regular peas this last time since I didn't have sugar snap peas, but it was still so good! I might try adding some more veggies the next time I make it. Everyone at work was jealous at lunch when I was heating it up to have for lunch, so the recipe got sent out right away!
posted:
6/24/2011
AWESOME! This dish was easy, unique and it wowed everyone who ate it. I used as a recipe for a cooking class I teach and the class wanted to cook it again. Followed it the T, no changes.
posted:
10/7/2010
This recipe wasn't bad, but it was a strange combination of flavors. The Italian dressing overpowered the Thai flavors, making the final product kind of confusing! The chicken was moist and tender, but flavor just didn't complement the peanut butter and soy sauce.
posted:
7/25/2010
This is awesome! My hubby loved it. I didn't have snap peas, so I used nappa cabbage and thinly sliced carrots. The peanut sauce is so fantastic. I would make just this sauce again and use it for satay or fried chicken bites. I added extra red pepper flakes for more heat. Will make this one again!!
posted:
6/9/2010
I have made this for both children and adults and everyone clears their plates.
posted:
3/10/2010
Will never make this again. It tasted so bad, that we took one bite, threw it in the garbage and went out to eat.
posted:
10/5/2009
My husband and I loved this recipe. The only changes I made were to add bell pepper, onion and garlic. The sauce was delicious. Will definitely be making this again.
posted:
9/22/2009
quick, easy, good
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