Chicken with cashews and snow peas
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Chicken with cashews and snow peas
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:14:06 AM. Recipe ID 42851. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chicken with cashews and snow peas
 Categories: Chinese, Entree, Poultry, Low-fat
      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      2    Boned and skinned chicken
           -breast halves
      4    Garlic cloves; crushed
  1 1/3 tb Ginger root; minced
      2 tb Sesame oil
      4 tb Soy sauce; Tamari
      1 lb Snow peas
      6 tb Oil
      1 c  Cashews
    1/4 c  Chicken broth; or water
      2 tb Cornstarch
 
  Cut the chicken into small, bite-sized pieces. In a small bowl,
  combine the garlic (pushed through a garlic press), ginger, sesame
  oil and tamari. Stir the chicken into this marinade, and set aside.
  Break the stem ends off the snow peas. Place the oil in a wok or
  large skillet, and, when it is hot, stir in the cashews. Cook just
  for a couple of minutes, until the nuts are golden. Remove with a
  slotted spoon, and set them aside in a serving dish. Stir-fry the
  snow peas in the oil about two minutes, just until they have turned
  bright green. Add to the cashews in the serving dish. Stir-fry the
  marinated chicken in the oil just until it is opaque throughout,
  about 5 minutes. Dissolve the cornstarch in chicken broth and add to
  the pan along with the snow peas and cashews. Cook and stir just
  until thickened and hot through. Source: The 20-Minute Natural Foods
  Cookbook, printed in Prevention Magazine, 8/82. Revised by Linda
  Shogren, 5/97
  




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Recipe ID 42851 (Apr 03, 2005)

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