Cashew Chicken with Noodles
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 20 min.
Great flavor and easy to make. This will be one of our new family favorites.
Loved this. I added broccoli and edamame with the onions as another reviewer suggested, and it was very tasty!
Same results as others about turning out brown and dry. I added chicken broth until I got the consistency I liked. I must have added about a cup. Otherwise good flavors
I made the recipe as written and it turned out brown. I think next time I will use less cornstarch. I did this time added a red pepper sliced in strips and carrots julienned.
End result was not quite as pretty as in the picture (more of a brown mush) but it did have good flavor. I will add few cashews next time as there were quite a few left at the bottom of the pan.
I made this but added broccoli and edamame with the onions and garlic. I made a little more sauce and left out the chili sauce because I didn't have any. I thought this was very good and pretty easy. I will definitely make this again.
Delicious! Very easy to make and a real family favorite!
Not as good as expected. Surprised by all the great reviews (but we are used to authentic Asian food; maybe that's why?).
I tried this recipe again except this time I took the suggestion of peanut butter instead of peanut oil. I used rice instead of the noodles. I also added some red peppers, zucchini, red onion, and carrots. Turned out great with a great taste and colorful.
Dee-licious! I coated the chicken (skinless, boneless thighs) with cornstarch and sauteed it until it was nearly done, then added the garlic, soy sauce, and a handful of snow peas along with some julienned red pepper. When the veggies were ready I finished with the chili sauce and green onion. Many thanks to anneagnes for the tip.I used a two-serving pack of ramen noodles (minus the flavor packet) as the starch and served the cashews separately. Next time I may add a few drops of sriracha or a pinch of red pepper flakes.