Hunan Kung Pao Recipe
Chicken and shrimp are cooked with spicy chiles and bell peppers in this Chinese restaurant favorite.
Great flavor! I left out the shrimp and used 2 chicken breasts & doubled the sauce and added veggies I had on hand. (mushrooms, onions, green peppers, celery, shredded carrot, and green beans.) I added some sweet chili sauce in place of the red chili peppers. I have at least 6 servings of this dish (and I was trying to cook for 2.) I served this over rice and it was a hit! Looking forward to leftovers. Thanks !
This was amazing! The only problem was the shrimp was a little over-cooked. Next time I won't cook the shrimp with the chicken at the beginning, I'll just add it after I put the veggies in the wok.
Very good, easy. I added an onion, 3 carrots, and 4 celery stalks. Piece of cake, love the sesame oil!
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