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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:
5/15/2008
Both my boyfriend and I really enjoyed this dish! I added double red peppers because we both like spicy foods. My boyfriend lived in Singapore for a while and loves authentic Thai food and really liked this! I'll definitely make it again!
posted:
5/5/2008
I have made this dish twice now. It is definitely a big hit with my boyfriend. We usually add a little more red pepper for an added kick. This has a great flavor and is as good as a dish at a Thai resturant.
posted:
3/30/2008
This is reaaly good for Stir Fry cravings!
posted:
3/2/2008
yummmmmmy!!!!!!!!
posted:
2/8/2008
great mix of spicy and sweet, I used a stir fry blend of frozen vegetables. My picky teenager loved it
posted:
2/1/2008
I used the asian toasted sesame seed dressing instead of italian and this dish was wonderful! will definitely make again.
posted:
12/4/2007
This was outstanding! I made it for 12 people and EVERYONE commented on how great it was. Not only does this taste awesome, but it is surprisingly easy to make. I used a bag of frozen stir fry veggies with snap peas in it which turned out perfect.
posted:
10/11/2007
It was okay. I left out the honey and if I made it again I'd use just peanuts instead of the pb. A little sweet is good in Thai food but it was too much. The leftovers tasted better the next day!
posted:
9/15/2007
I substituted Krafts Toasted Sesame dressing and it was excellent. I will definitely make it again.
posted:
8/17/2007
This was so good! I added more noodles because I knew my family would love it! We had left overs and it seemed to get better and better! YUMMO!
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