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Sweet-and-Spicy Chicken Stir-Fry

Sweet-and-Spicy Chicken Stir-Fry recipe
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Want to pull off an Asian-inspired stir-fry with chicken and fresh veggies in just 25 minutes? Read on for the whole sweet-and-spicy recipe....
25 min
25 min
4 servings, 1-1/2 cups each
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LOVED this recipe! I didn't have hoisen sauce, so I used soy sauce. The catalina dressing is a perfect touch of sweetness. My 1 1/2 year old loved it too!
Amazing!!! I was worried it wouldn't turn out good but I was very impressed!! I used a frozen stir fry mix for veggies. My family loved it and this will be a staple in our home!!
Spectacular!!! This recipe is boss. I made it like six times! It's now becoming my favorite dish.
It was very easy. I didn't have the sauce used in the recipe so I just used the spicy honey BBQ sauce. It was great and my family loved it.
This was super good! I used broccoli, cauliflower, snap peas, and baby carrots. Next time I will double the recipe, though. We did not have any leftovers after feeding my husband, myself, and our three-year-old. Based on the recipe, it does not make a lot.
This was great! I used pork instead of chicken because that's what I had but the sauce is surprisingly terrific. I also just happened to have cut up pineapple on hand that I served on the side which paired really well. In fact, next time I'll throw the pineapple right in. Also will probably add a little more crushed red pepper. We like alot of spice around here!
I would suggest cooking everything at medium or medium high heat because high heat made the chicken slightly tough-I'll try that next time! I only had a little bit of Catalina dressing in my fridge so I used Balsamic Vinaigrette for the remainder of the measurement (I saw another Asian recipe on the website so I had the idea already in my head). I used a frozen (but thawed it out ahead of time) broccoli/carrots/water chestnuts medley that I already had on hand so I didn't have to go to the store. It had a fantastic flavor so I will most certainly be making this again!!
substituted pork for chicken added pineapple chunks, and marinated the pork in pineapple juice. Super good.
Really yummy! I used a frozen red pepper blend. I might add pineapple next time.
Love this recipe! Super easy and very flavorful! YUM! I couldn't find hoisen sauce at my local store so I bought a schzechuan sauce instead. Love that you can really use any veggie you want and comes out great!
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