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Thai Peanut Chicken

Thai Peanut Chicken recipe
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I've made this dish countless times. My whole family loves it. After reading some of the early reviews, I always add extra peanut butter and soy sauce plus a little red p...read more
posted by
mrsbcalderon
on 10/11/2011
time
prep:
15 min
total:
31 min
servings
total:
4 servings, about 1-1/3 cups each
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posted:
6/11/2006
Recommend using crunchy peanut butter next time for added flavor and crunch. Maybe add more soy sauce and spices for added flavor. Definitely will make again!
posted:
5/19/2006
Incredibly bland and couldn't taste any peanut butter. Definitely not like the traditional and flavorful Thai we love. Won't make again.
posted:
4/14/2006
I added more dressing, soy sauce and alittle pepper flakes to give it alittle. Everyone love this recipe.
posted:
3/31/2006
This was so excellent and very easy to make. My family hardly ever eats leftovers, but with this dish, everyone had some cold the next day for lunch. I like recipes that are great cold and hot. I will be making this again real soon. Dont be afraid to try this peanuty dish. It is so good!
posted:
3/29/2006
I am a vegetarian, so I made this without the chicken and it was surprisingly good. I did not expect the peanut butter taste to come through so well, and it was delicious. The family was impressed as well.
posted:
3/28/2006
This is a wonderful recipe! I add a little extra PB and soy, and lots of chopped peanuts and cilantro. The flavors work so well together! It's very easy to make, just be sure you have time for chopping.
posted:
2/26/2006
Needs a bit more peanut butter and something to make it a bit spicey (dash of hot sauce). In the last 2 minutes of cooking I add a big handfull of raw bean sprouts and a bunch of chopped cilantro. Add chopped peanuts prior to serving. Very authentic Thai taste. Loved it.
posted:
2/11/2006
It was very good! The first time I made it exactly as the recipe said. But the second time instead of adding broccli I added bean sprouts and cabbage and used angel hair pasta instead of thin spaghetti. It's great as a side dish also.
posted:
1/23/2006
After reading the recipe, I wasn't sure...but I thought I'd try it out. It's excellent! It's even good leftover as a cold salad. I like a little spice, so I add a little siracha to my bowl.
posted:
1/3/2006
I always get requests for this recipe, it doesn't taste like Thai food per se, but it has a great flavor, and I like to add extra soy and a little extra peanut butter, and also red pepper flakes for some spice and some sesame seeds. Delicious!
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