Sesame Chicken with Pea Pods

Sesame Chicken with Pea Pods

Sesame Chicken with Pea Pods
Sesame Chicken with Pea Pods
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"Sesame Chicken with Pea Pods is a super flavorful 30-minute-meal that you are going to go nuts for! Love the simple flavor combinations of the chicken and peas paired with my big, bold sauce. Ready for another 30 minute meal? Quick and easy stir fry is one of my favorite things to throw together on a weeknight. I toss some rice in the rice cooker, and by the time the rice is done cooking the main dish is too."

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I am commenting again on this recipe because it looks so good. I had forgotten about it but I'm definitely making this tonight. It is a simple meal to throw together and is so healthy, which I love. I have everything I need except the sesame seeds which, I believe, you can't do without so I will get some before coming home and really enjoy this!

Yum! I've made something very similar using beef, and I want to try this sesame chicken version. I love sugar snap pea pods and I enjoy the minimalist aspect of dishes like this that just have a few ingredients. Sometimes I'll add some more veggies like sliced peppers or broccoli, but just the meat, pea pods, and rice can be enough.

This looks like an awesome recipe which I would definitely like to try. I love cooking with sesame seeds. I also love sugar snap peas. It is summer here in South Africa at the moment and this looks like a nice refreshing, light meal for a hot summers' night. It is also made in no time at all which always goes down well with me!

I just love what I can only describe as Fresh cooking like this. Not over cooked or swimming in sauce and all the natural flavors still in the food. Snap peas are alsongreat in a wok. We do not get toasted sesame marinade here in Africa so instead I toasted some sesame seeds and then sprinkled them over the finished dish. With a crunchy, delicious green salad fresh from the garden it was a very good meal indeed!

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