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Wok-Seared Chicken Tenders with Asparagus & Pistachios

April/May 2005, The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Here's an East-meets-West stir-fry that will soon become a family favorite. Serve it over rice with a simple salad of arugula and orange sections dressed in a light vinaigrette.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I've made this twice and it is very well received by my husband! I added garlic and a little more ginger and chile paste than called for and it was delicious! Serve over rice for a quick, easy and very healthy meal! "
Wok-Seared Chicken Tenders with Asparagus & Pistachios Recipe

23 Reviews for Wok-Seared Chicken Tenders with Asparagus & Pistachios

05/21/2014
Anonymous
Overall A Great Meal!

This dish is awesome for a super quick, delicious meal. I just made it for the first time, changing it to servings for six people, but the portions were TINY. I ended up just serving four people haha. The flavors were all awesome together, but I think next time I won't add as much oyster sauce. It was a little too salty for my personal taste. Overall great though, one of our new favorites!

Easy, quick, healthy
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12/31/2013
Anonymous
Excellent dish!

My whole family loved this dish, even my 3 year old. I added shitaki mushrooms and left out the scallions (my wife forgot them) and it still came out delicious, plus we love mushrooms. I also used 1.5 tbsp of oyster sauce and 2.5 tbsp of Tabasco Garlic sauce to give it more flavor and a little extra kick. I saw some comments that added garlic into theirs. I was hesitant to do that but I love garlic so I may try that next time. Overall, this is a very tasty stir-fry. It's also very light on ingredients but more than filling.

Easy, healthy and quick
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01/13/2013
Wow!

Loved this, but my sous chef... Aka my husband, went overboard with the ginger. Next time I will stick to the exact measurements with that.

Quick and healthy
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09/26/2012

Made this the other night and was less than impressed. There was absolutely no flavor to this recipe as written. I ended up doctoring it with more oyster sauce, some fish sauce, soy sauce and siracha to get it to a level where it actually tasted like something. Definitely won't be making this again.

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04/17/2012
Great dish

I don't care for oyster sauce so I used 2 tblsp soy sauce instead. I could barely taste it. The sesame oil is very overpowering (yet delicious), so if you don't have that don't bother...it makes the dish. I added two cloves crushed garlic and will next time as well. I forgot to buy scallions so I just used like 1/4 cup largely diced onion and it was still great.

flavorful
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