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Easy Chinese Stir-Fry

Easy Chinese Stir-Fry recipe
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If your choice for Chinese is pork, check out this smarter version of a takeout favorite. Cooks in less time than it takes to order and deliver... and you can pocket the tip.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
3/24/2010
I used mushrooms, chopped white onions and broccoli as well. I was very good.
posted:
2/7/2010
I have made this several times and it is good, even took it to work and every one enjoyed. I do use skinlees chicken tenders, and I use a bag of stir fry frozen vegatables.This is so easy, and evey one enjoys this every time I make it. Kraft THANK YOU for such easy ways to cook dinner.This makes my life easier to cook dinner after working all day.
posted:
1/18/2010
I don't know if it was the hoisen sauce but this was just not good. I had to add soy sauce and other veggies just to make it edible. I will go back to using catalina dressing and soy sauce from now on.
posted:
12/16/2009
Not enough variety.
posted:
11/20/2009
My boyfriend and I love this recipe! I make it with chicken because I don't eat pork.
posted:
11/8/2009
My husband and I really liked this recipe. It was also quick and easy to make so I will definitely be making this again. :)
posted:
9/1/2009
Super easy to make...my family loved it!! I will make this again for sure!!!
posted:
8/25/2009
One caveat to anyone who makes this recipe, or who is thinking of making it: Hoisin sauce has a *LOT* of sodium, so BE CAREFUL how much you use, especially if you are concerned about your health (I have high blood pressure, so I am vigilant to this issue.). Many ingredients for Chinese foods have a LOT of sodium. I ended up using only one tablespoon, but that was enough for me. I used one-third cup of a bottled hot teriyaki sauce/marinade that I had on-hand already, the one tablespoon of hoisin sauce, added some cut-up carrots, broccoli florets, into the mix of my frozen bagged stir fry veggies (all by sight, as I didn't measure the veggies). I used two packages of ramen noodles (without the flavoring packet, to further avoid too much sodium). I must say, I really liked what the results tasted like! Thanks to Kraft for having such cool recipes for us. This one served as a great starting point for me, and I was able to adapt it to my needs and what I had already, enabling me to S
posted:
8/20/2009
Amazing! As many other reviewers did, I added additionaly veggies like onion and celery. I also added some crushed red pepper for a little kick and served over rice. This was delicious and easy. Definitely going in a regular rotation
posted:
8/10/2009
Fast, Easy, Yummy!!!!
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