Really, any type of thin noodle works great for this dish! Fantastic to hear you enjoyed it, thanks for letting me know! I served this to go over the Vietnamese Meatballs. Servings Prep Time 6 Servings 5 Minutes. Sweet and Sour Sauce I A traditional sweet and sour sauce for meatballs, tempura, egg rolls, and more. Thread chicken onto skewers.
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The only suggestion that I have is that the vinegar is very strong when you first mix it. Pour the marinade from the chicken into the saucepan and bring just to a simmer over moderate heat, whisking until smooth. Cook the skewers on a hot BBQ outdoor grill or on the stove in a large non stick fry pan add a splash of oil, and make sure the skewers will fit in the pan. She pointed out I forgot a critical ingredient when I posted the recipe to all recipes. I made this recipe last night and made it into a satay sauce poured over sticky rice and grilled chicken and it was the bomb! This sauce with the lovely vegetables will be a wonderful addition to our neighborhood Summer Sip and Savor gathering.
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Thai Crunch Salad with Peanut Dressing - Once Upon a Chef
Crunchy, easy, flavorful…thank you thank you. KG — September 20, 8: Cora — November 11, 1: This salad is amazing. I get my boys to eat their vegetables. I looked further into it today and found that Yakisoba are similar to Raman so I will try those next time. I also reduced the vinegar and sugar a bit.