This dish was inspired by a noodle recipe I saw on Bon Appetit and I just HAD to try it out, except you know, with my own few twists here and there. It reminds me of traditional drunken noodles with a rich meaty sauce. The noodles simply drip and bathe in a fabulous sweet and spicy tomato chili sauce that’s incredibly easy to make and addicting. Perfect date night in meal that seems a little fancy, but truthfully takes no time at all to whip up.
Tony and I slurped these hot chili chicken noodles up and couldn’t get enough. Top them with roasted cashews or peanuts and plenty of fresh basil to bring it all together.
What you’ll need to make hot chili chicken noodles
Okay, the flavors in these spicy chicken ramen noodles are out of this world! I lightened this dish up a bit by using less oil and sugar, but the result is equally as savory and delicious. Here’s everything you’ll need to make it:
- Chicken: you’ll need some ground chicken or turkey to cook and add flavor into the sauce.
- Herbs & spices: we’re also using freshly grated ginger, garlic and fresh basil for the perfect flavor boosts.
- For the sauce: the rest of the sauce is made with a bit of coconut sugar, tomato paste, hot chili paste, soy sauce, rice vinegar and water.
- Noodles: I love using ramen or rice noodles in this recipe! See below for more swaps and ways to make this dish gluten free.
- To serve: top your bowls with more fresh basil, chopped roasted cashews or honey roasted peanuts and some extra red pepper flakes if you like more heat. Feel free to omit the nuts to keep this dish nut-free.
Can I make this vegetarian?
Yes! Feel free to use crumbled tofu, cubed tofu, or chickpeas in place of the ground chicken in this recipe. We think crumbled tofu will work best!
Customize these healthy chili chicken noodles
These spicy chicken noodles are super easy to customize with ingredients you have on-hand. Here’s what I can suggest:
- Optional noodle swaps: out of ramen or rice noodles? Feel free to use spaghetti or fettuccine noodles. Using rice noodles will keep this recipe gluten free, or simply choose a gluten free pasta!
- Add a boost of veggies: feel free to add already cooked broccoli, green beans, snow peas, bell pepper, mushrooms or matchstick carrots to the dish when you stir in the noodles. YUM.
- Swap your spice. If you don’t have any hot chili paste you can use a hot sauce like sriracha instead, but I do recommend hot chili paste for best flavor.
Can I make these noodles less spicy?
While these noodles are meant to be a delicious blend of sweet and spicy, feel free to reduce the hot chili paste and replace it with more tomato paste instead if you’re sensitive to spice. Add some red pepper flakes to taste at the end if you end up wanting more of a kick!
How to make sweet & spicy chicken noodles
While these chili chicken noodles look nice and fancy, they’re incredibly easy and quick to make right at home.
- Brown the chicken. You’ll start by breaking up your ground chicken in a pot with sesame oil until it’s nice and golden.
- Season the chicken. Add your ginger, garlic and coconut sugar to the chicken and break it up and cook it until it’s fully cooked.
- Make the sauce. In the same pot you’ll stir in the rest of the ingredients (besides the noodles), bring everything to a simmer and then reduce the heat and cook it uncovered so that the sauce thickens.
- Cook the noodles. In a separate pot cook your noodles until they’re al dente according to the directions on the package. Be sure not to overcook! Drain them and add them to the pot with your meat sauce and stir everything well.
- Garnish & serve. Divide the chili chicken noodles into bowls, garnish with your fav toppings and serve!
Storing & reheating tips
Store any leftover spicy chicken noodles in airtight containers in the refrigerator for up to 3-5 days. To reheat simply do so in a microwave safe dish.
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- One Pan Creamy Thai Peanut Chicken Couscous
- Nourishing Asian Chicken Soup
- Vegan Egg Roll in a Bowl
- 30-Minute Sesame Chicken Green Bean Stir Fry
- Vegetarian Thai Pineapple Forbidden Fried Rice
I hope you love these sweet & spicy hot chili chicken noodles! If you make them be sure to leave a comment & a rating so I know how you liked them. Enjoy, xo!
Sweet & Spicy Hot Chili Chicken Noodles with Basil
Delicious hot chili chicken noodles tossed in an easy, flavorful meat sauce. These sweet & spicy chicken noodles are packed with protein and seriously better than takeout! Top your bowl with fresh basil, roasted nuts and red pepper flakes for an extra kick of heat.
- 1 tablespoon sesame oil (or avocado oil)
- 1 pound ground chicken
- 1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger
- 6 garlic cloves, thinly sliced
- 1 tablespoon coconut sugar
- 2 tablespoon tomato paste
- 2 tablespoons fresh chopped basil
- 3 tablespoons hot chili paste (such as sambal oelek)
- 3 tablespoons reduced sodium soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons rice vinegar
- 2 cup water
- 10 ounces ramen noodles (spaghetti, fettuccine or rice noodles will also work)
- For serving:
- Fresh chopped basil (I recommend basil ribbons on top!)
- Chopped roasted cashews or peanuts (honey roasted is delicious!)*
- Extra red pepper flakes
Add sesame oil to a large pot and place over medium-high heat. Add ground chicken to the pot and season generously with salt and pepper. Brown the meat and break up into medium-sized chunks; cooking for about 5 minutes or until nice and golden underneath. Next, add in ginger, garlic, coconut sugar to the chicken and continue to cook about 4-5 minutes longer or until meat is almost all the way cooked, breaking up into smaller chunks as you cook it.
Once meat is cooked, stir in tomato paste, fresh chopped basil and hot chili paste for 30 seconds to 1 minute, then add in the soy sauce, rice vinegar and water. Bring to a simmer, then reduce heat to low and cook uncovered, stirring every so often until sauce begins to thicken. This should take about 30 minutes.
While the sauce cooks, you can make your pasta: cook pasta until al dente according to directions on the package. Once pasta is done, drain, then add back to the pot with the meat sauce (once it is done cooking!) and stir well to allow the meat to coat the noodles. Divide noodles into bowls and garnish with LOTS of basil ribbons, chopped cashews/peanuts extra red pepper flakes, if desired. Serves 4.
*Feel free to omit the nuts to keep the dish nut free.
To make vegetarian/vegan: feel free to use crumbled tofu, cubed tofu, or chickpeas in place of the ground chicken in this recipe. We think crumbled tofu will work best!
To make gluten free: use your favorite gluten free noodles or gluten free stir fry rice noodles.
How to store: store any leftover spicy chicken noodles in airtight containers in the refrigerator for up to 3-5 days. To reheat simply do so in a microwave safe dish.
Recipe by: Monique Volz // Ambitious Kitchen | Photography by: Eat Love Eat
I made this recipe last night and it was delicious! I used ramen noodles and added chopped peanuts on top. It was on the spicy side for me but still delicious and my husband didn’t find it very spicy at all, so basically a perfect balance for us 😉 Another AK hit!
Oh and I added green beans, matchstick carrots, and finely diced onions for extra veggies 🙂
Love it! Glad you both enjoyed 🙂
I was so excited to make this dish! It was yummy, but I thought it was far too spicy. I would definitely try it again with 1 Tbsp less of the chili paste. Cheers!
I’m glad you gave it a try! Let me know how it goes with a little less chili paste.
Loved!! We like some spice but not a lot, so substituted Kame brand sweet chili sauce for the chili paste, and worked perfectly. Made a cucumber salad to have on the side to balance out the heat. Another AK winner!
Perfect! Glad you enjoyed!
This was sooooo good. I don’t eat meat so I subbed chicken with impossible ground meat and I looove garlic so I added I think 9 cloves in total.
It was also so quick to make and I had almost all the ingredients on hand. Would def make this again.
Perfect! So glad you loved it!
Delicious! Very spicy with the full 3 tablespoons of sambal oelek, but I like spicy so it was great. We added a red bell pepper and some broccoli for veggies. I’ll definitely be saving this for a great, quick weeknight meal!
Perfect! Glad you enjoyed 🙂
this recipe is completely perfect. This is one of those meals that I just want to keep eating and never stop! love the flavor combinations. thank you for another amazing creation!!!
I modified quite a bit based on time and what I had on hand but turned out well. Subbed the sambal oelek for Sriracha, coconut sugar for brown sugar, only 1 cup of water, about half the garlic, used Tagliatelle noodles and only let the sauce thicken for about 5 mins. Very spicy but tasty. My partner can’t handle spicy but inhaled it anyway, said “its so tasty but it hurts my mouth” – next time will half the spice!
Perfect! Haha glad they liked it, too, even extra hot 🙂
I made this tonight and it was delicious! I made a few swaps based on what I had on hand: two packets of raw sugar for coconut sugar, white wine vinegar instead of rice and Crystal’s hot sauce instead of chili paste (gangster, I know). Will definitely make again!
This was really good although I had to leave out the spicy sauce because my four-year-old would not eat it. I added it after the fact and still enjoyed it very much. I wish it was a little more saucy, so next time I’d lower the gas all the way. I served it with a side salad with your sesame ginger dressing and it made for a great meal.
Sounds delicious! And great tip to thicken the sauce a bit.
Super tasty and so easy. Love everything of yours I’ve made.
So happy to hear that!
New fave recipe – so good and so much better than take out!
So glad you loved it!
So good! I made this for dinner tonight and couldn’t believe how yummy it was. Even though the total cook time was higher than I usually go for with a baby at home, most if it was hands off time. The flavors were great. Can’t wait to eat the leftovers tomorrow!
Perfect! So glad you enjoyed!
This was delicious! Just the right amount of spicy and sweet. I’m so looking forward to the leftovers for lunch, and I’ll definitely be making again. Great with a glass of chardonnay!
Absolutely! Glad you enjoyed 🙂
Very yummy. Easy to make and easy to add veggies. I added matchstick carrots, mushrooms and red peppers.
Cut back a little on the chili paste if you can’t handle spice.
Perfect! Great idea.
My mouth watered every time I saw this recipe since Monique posted it, and I finally made it! I could not find sambal oelek despite two different grocery store stops (#fail), so I made this with sriracha and it came out well. I used the Hame brand Chinese noodles and added in some broccoli. I made the dish with crumbled tofu, and I would recommend that anyone who does the same not over-crumble their tofu like I did. Lastly, I was low on rice vinegar so I subbed in 1 T white vinegar for half of what the recipe called for. Another winner, Monique!
Perfect! So glad you loved this one!
WOW! Better than pandemic takeout. I used one heaping tablespoon chili paste which was a good level of heat for us. Added carrots and broccoli for extra veggies. Will 100% make again!
Love it! So glad you enjoyed!
So delicious! Added lightly cooked broccoli, red bell pepper and carrot at the end and used light brown sugar in place of coconut sugar, but otherwise followed recipe. Just the right amount of spicy for us. Definitely a keeper!
Love it! Such a great dinner.
I’ve been using all your recipes for my meal preps. I made this dish and have to say it is incredible. So full of flavour and by using healthier alternatives I made the recipe so clean and packed with protein!
So happy to hear that!
This is such an amazing meal, thank you so much, Monique! We have just had it for dinner, there aren’t lots of leftovers, lol 🙂 I added only one tablespoon of sambal oelek, and it was perfect for us because we eat moderately-spicy food. I also added green beans and onions for more veggies, and I used brown rice ramen noodles (perfection for this dish). I will be making this on repeat for sure!
Love that! Glad you enjoyed!!
Really good! I used two tbsp of chili paste and then did a little sriracha on top. Added some broccoli too!
Perfect! Love that.
Made this with ground turkey, and rice noodles! So delicious, Added matchstick carrots at the end for an extra crunch! Love all the flavors and easy recipe!
Perfect! Love that!
Do you think using chili garlic sauce would work? I can’t find the chili paste.
I think that should work!
It was yummy! I used tofu and added some red pepper & green beans (bc that’s what I had at home lol). My non vegan boyfriend added chicken to his and also enjoyed it!
Perfect! Love that!
Wooooweee! This is a definite new favorite. I made the recipe with rice noodles to adjust as a brand new GF household after my daughter’s recent celiacs diagnosis and was honestly feeling iffy knowing I wouldn’t get to use typical ramen but woooo y’all, no worries there. This was delicious in every way.
So glad you found this one! Perfect dinner 🙂
Perfectly spicy and sweet. Made it for meal prep and it reheats very well. Husband and baby loved it (did half the chili for the baby).
Amazing! One of our new family favs, too 🙂
So delicious!! I love spicy food so it was a perfect amount of spicy for me. I added snow peas and red bell pepper for some veggies and everything turned out great! I was worried my sauce wasn’t thick enough after the 30 minutes of cooking but I was wrong! I added the noodles since I was so hungry and it came together perfectly. Thanks for all the great recipes!! I don’t know what I would eat without you haha!
Love it! Glad you enjoyed and hope you keep finding new fav recipes here 🙂
Such a great, easy recipe! You definitely have to like spicy food. I did not top with red pepper flakes and it was spicy enough for me. I also only used 9 oz ramen noodles since they come in 3 oz packages. Would make this again!
It does bring the heat! Glad you enjoyed 🙂
This dish was super flavorful and so easy to make! I love spicy dishes and this did not disappoint! Thanks for another amazing recipe <3
So happy to hear that! One of my new favs, too 🙂
I made this recipe last night with turkey breast instead of ground chicken and it was amazing! Made 4 servings and had the second as a leftover the other day, was still really good! Love the sweet and spicy, will make it again soon!
Perfect! So glad you enjoyed!
So yummy and simple. I love spice and thought the amount in this recipe was perfect, although I definitely didn’t need to add red pepper flakes at the end for more heat!
I only simmered the sauce for about 20 minutes and I think if I had let it go any longer the sauce would’ve been too reduced to coat the pasta.
Overall, excellent recipe! Can’t wait for leftovers!
Perfect! So glad you enjoyed!
I made this the other night and LOVED it. It will make your kitchen smell so good, with the aroma of ginger and garlic and other savory and sweet spices. I did modify the amount of chili paste I used to take the heat down a notch. I used 2 tablespoons of chili paste and 3 tablespoons of tomato paste and it came of great! I can’t wait to make it again.
Perfect! So glad you enjoyed!
So spicy and so good! Delish!
Glad you enjoyed!
These noodles were so easy to make for a weeknight meal! My husband and I just made them and they were divine. He wants to do 2 tablespoons of sambal oelek next time, but I liked the heat. Next time, we’re going to add some veggies in as I think it would up the dish in a gorgeous way. Thanks for all you do – we love trying your recipes!
Perfect! So glad you both loved this one!
I made this tonight and it was incredible! So tasty, and a lot of heat and spice without being overwhelming. I added some steamed broccoli because I had it lying around and didn’t want it to go to waste and it was perfect at soaking up all that delicious sauce along with the noodles.
So happy to hear that! Great idea to add a boost of veggies 🙂
This is my fave AK recipe to date! So easy and so full of flavor!
I’m so glad! One of our new favs, too 🙂
I just finished eating this after making this for the first time and I’m immediately writing a review for it because ITS. A. SHOWSTOPPER Like, I would make this to impress people. So damn good. 10/10 – GIVE ME MORE!!!
Amazing!! So glad you loved it!
Another hit!! Followed the recipe to the letter and it was unreal! Wouldn’t change a thing! Such flavourful dishes every time! Nice and spicy too!
So happy to hear that! One of our new fav dinners, too 🙂
Made this recipe in half and it was still dang good! Added snap peas and carrots tonight as well and it was delish!!
Amazing, so happy that it worked well as a half recipe! And those veggies are great additions 🙂
Another winner from AK! I was a little worried because the broth seemed thin (even after simmering for a half hour), but once I added the ramen noodles, everything really came together. I added steamed broccoli & sugar snap peas, which were both great, but I think next time I would add red pepper or carrots for a little more color! My lips were burning from the spice and my husband was sweating a little, but we both really enjoyed this and will be definitely adding it to our meal prep rotation.
So glad you tried this one! And those veggies would be great additions 🙂 Can’t wait for you to make it again soon!
Excellent flavor and quick to make! Combo of cilantro and basil is our choice of herbs and I added broccoli because why not. This will be added to the dinner rotation for sure!
Great call on the herbs and broccoli. Glad you’re loving this one!
This was delicious! Super easy to make. Family loved it! Will definitely make again!!
So thrilled to hear that, Nancy!
Sooo delicious and spicy!! I probably didn’t need the chili flake at the but I added them anyway. I used sweet potato starch noodles and threw in some (pan fried) peppers and zucchini. I wanted to add broccoli too but didn’t have room in my pan! It’s 90 degrees here on the west coast and I had no trouble polishing off my bowl (while sweating). Make this!
Oh yay, so glad you loved this one, Abi!! Great idea to add the sweet potato noodles and veggies 🙂
Looking forward to making this but quick question. I don’t have regular sesame oil. I have toasted sesame oil or just good extra-virgin olive oil. Which would you recommend in place of the sesame oil? Thanks and looking forward to your comment so I can get to making it.
I have made this recipe a few times and it is SO good. The first time I followed the recipe exactly and it was great, it defiantly has some heat but it is so flavourful. The second time I made it, I added in some veggies (peppers, mushrooms, shredded carrots, water chestnut’s) to make it a bit more substantial and it was great this way too. This recipe is a regular menu item in my household and I highly recommend it.
So happy to hear it’s on repeat in your house, Cassie! Great idea to add those veggies. And yes it is spicy for sure!! 🙂
I would definitely recommend lowering the amount of chili paste. This is almost inedible for me. And I used 2 tablespoons instead of 3. I’m disappointed because I normally love your recipes but my mouth is on fire.
Sorry to hear it was too spicy for you, Alex! Good idea to reduce the chili paste next time 🙂
I know which noodle recipe you mentioned from BA, it’s a staple in our house, Your version of the recipe is very good! We will keep this on our recipe rotation. Thanks for posting.
I’m so glad you’re loving it, Brenda! 🙂
This was delicious and super easy to make! I’ll definitely be making again!
Yay! I’m so happy you loved it, Jessie 🙂
I finally made this for dinner the other night. Used almost all ingredients as directed (was also making it for my 18 month old, so I only used 1TBSP chili paste) and the flavour was amazing! Towards the end the sauce wasn’t as thick I prefer, so I added a small slurry and that made it perfect for us! Used Thai style rice noodles.
So happy you loved it!! Good call on thickening the sauce that way–thanks for sharing.
This recipe was delicious. I love spicy foods, and the amount of heat in this recipe was perfect for me! I subbed coconut aminos for the soy sauce to make it GF. I will definitely be making this recipe again!
I made this and it was yummy! I didn’t have the hot chili paste so subbed sriracha. I’m not huge into spice so ended up only doing 1 tbsp sriracha and upping the tomato paste to 3 tbsp. I just found the sauce never thickened up though, following with the exact amount of water. Any tips? I also used spaghetti noodles as that’s what I had on hand. I will definitely make it again, playing around with the protein and noodle. Highly recommend making this one!! It’s wonderful as leftovers too.
Hi, Kayla! The sauce sometimes takes a bit to thicken, but if you leave the lid off, it will thicken as the liquid evaporates.
One of the few AK recipes that did not land in our house.
I think it would’ve been better if we did not make it gluten free – and maybe we did more spicy than sweet (definitely believe it was user error, not AK) but, I recommend sticking to true ramen noodles, or gluten-full noodles and go into this realizing it isn’t necessarily street spicy noodles. but more a sweet and sour situation.
Sorry you guys didn’t love these! Good to know the GF noodles weren’t great in here; I think ramen is definitely the best if you can have them! And totally fine to reduce the amount of spice if it’s too much for you 🙂
Absolutely amazing! This has become a staple in our dinner rotation. Very easy to make, and the flavor is out of this world. I top mine with some chopped honey roasted peanuts for some added texture.
Woohooo! I’m so glad you love this one so much! GREAT call on the chopped nuts on top 🙌
So delicious! I did one less tablespoon of the chili based on others saying it was super spicy and with 2 it was still spicy! Added broccoli for added veg and so good!
So happy you loved it!! Yep this is a spicy one, hope it wasn’t too hot for ya!
I have quickly become complete obsessed with this recipe. I am a vegan so make a few tweaks and use TJ turkey less turkey patties and WOW. This meal is everythinggggg 😋😋😋
Oh that’s an awesome sub!! Great idea. I’m so happy you love this one 🙂
Yummmmmm – that was the most repeated word by everyone when we had this for the first time yesterday for supper! We followed the recipe exactly but toned down the spice a bit for our 13 year old daughter and just added extra to our personal servings. We also put it on top of some shredded iceberg lettuce and topped it off with sliced cucumber, cilantro, green onion and cashews. It was Monday so we thought it could benefit from some extra veg. Will definitely make again!
Those toppings sound AMAZING! Happy to hear you guys all loved it!
So delicious! I used spaghetti and didn’t have chili paste so I swapped in my favorite hot sauce (Hank’s Sauce Linger). I added a little extra hot sauce since it wasn’t as concentrated and it seemed to work well. So so good! In the future I might toy with adding some veggies (broccoli or edamame maybe). Definitely coming back to this one again!
Nice! Glad you tried and loved this one! Great call on the extra veg next time 🙂
SO GOOD. Better than takeout. We used ground Turkey and added broccoli and carrots. The sauce is phenomenal. The second time we made it we doubled the sauce for extra, YUM!
I like spice, but this was way too spicy. Would recommend 1 instead of 3 table spoons. Good flavor.
Glad you enjoyed it, and thanks for the feedback! Good idea to reduce the amount next time 🙂
This tasted just as i imagined from the photos. We made it for our new year eves dinner. Followed the recipe and turned out great. The heat was just enough to feel but still enjoy. Will make again.
Well this was super tasty! We made it exactly as listed, but I can already imagine other ways to have the meat and sauce without the noodles. It’d be great with lettuce wraps, or with some cabbage added and eaten on its own! Yummy!
Made this last night for dinner and my husband and I LOVED it. I double the sauce since my husband likes extra sauce to dip bread in and we like spice so I added more hot chilli paste! I also substitute the ramen for a lentil fettuccini!! So delicious!!
Oh I’m so glad you loved it!! That fettuccini sounds awesome, too 🙂
Such an easy and delicious recipe!! My only problem was that the sauce did not thicken so my end result was a little soup-y. Not sure if I did something wrong but still really enjoyed the flavors and hoping the sauce will thicken in the fridge.
Hmm ok maybe something went wrong… But happy the flavors were great! 🙂
So full of flavour – another great one !
YAY I’m so glad you loved it, Nicole! Thanks for the review 🙂
This recipe is so delicious! It definitely brings the heat but we ate every bite. We used rice pad Thai noodles and they were the perfect pairing!
This was amazing and truly better than takeout – the noodles have SO much flavor! I did end up adding a little water/cornstarch combo towards the end (roughly 1 T) to get the sauce to thicken up a bit more but otherwise followed this recipe to the letter. Will be making this one again and again. My husband loved this one too – we were both angling for leftovers the next day!!!
What can we use instead of coconut sugar?
Brown sugar will work well in here 🙂
Totally going to make this with the Trader Joe’s precooked Whole Wheat Thai Noodles!! Can’t wait!
Great idea! Let me know how it goes 🙂
WOW! How can something so simple be so damn good?! I’ve already recommended this to a handful of people and can see this recipe being a staple in our rotation. PS – the honey roasted peanuts are a must IMO. #AKDinnerParty
SO happy to hear that, Kait!! And thank you for recommending it to friends 🙂 And yes aren’t the peanuts fab on top?!
We have made this multiple times this last year. Love it so much. I add a little full fat coconut milk at the end too! #AKDinnerParty
Oooh brilliant idea, I need to try that! I’m so glad you love this one. Thanks for coming to the dinner party 🥳
I was so excited that this is the #AKDinnerParty recipe of the month because it’s one of my favorites to make when we want something spicy! I used hearts of palm “noodles” so I only added 1 cup of water and added red bell pepper. It’s better than takeout in my opinion!
YAY I saw your post in the FB group — thanks for sharing and coming to the party 🥳
This recipe is *chefs kiss! I added snow peas and green bell pepper for some greens. If you love spicy, you will absolutely fall in love with this dish! I will definitely be adding to my rotation!
YAY I’m so happy you tried and loved it! Those additions are great in here 😊 Thanks for coming to the Dinner Party!
Made the recipe last night with a few changes …
Spaghetti noodles vs ramen
Subbed sugar for coconut sugar
Turkey for chicken
Tomato sauce vs paste and I didn’t have any basil. Also I added red peppers and cashews.
My final outcome looked nothing like the pic but it still was delicious and simple to make.
I recommend this recipe. 😉
This all sounds amazing! So happy you loved it. And thanks for your entry!
Really flavorful and easy. I added broccoli, mushrooms and carrots to it and I used lotus foods rice ramen. I found the sauce needed a little extra soy and an extra tbs of coconut sugar and then it was just perfect.
I’m so happy you enjoyed it! Those are all great additions 🙂 Thanks for your entry!
I made this last night and it was SO good and so easy to make for a weeknight meal. I used ramen noodles and they were perfect in this dish. The sauce was a little watery for my liking so I added a cornstarch and water mixture to help thicken it up, Other than that slight addition, the recipe was perfect as written and I will definitely be making it again.
I’m so happy you loved it. Great idea to use cornstarch to thicken it 🙂 Thanks for coming to the party!!
Love all of the flavors in this recipe! Perfect amount of spice. Not too spicy at all. 10 out of 10 would recomend! #AKDinnerParty
I’m so glad you made and loved it! Thanks for coming to the party 🙂
I made this last night and love this recipe! My
boyfriend couldn’t get enough of if, I’m fairly certain he took fourths. The chicken makes it nice and filling, and the flavors complement each other amazingly. I sprinkled a little cayenne on the top as a garnish to pack an extra punch.
NICE! I’m so happy you both loved it!! Thanks for coming to the dinner party 🥳
I have made this recipe a few times since it was first posted and it is a hit every time. I just made it again a few days ago and it was so delicious. The spice level can be tailored to suit, which I love for my young kids. I typically add in 1 1/2 Tablespoons of chili paste and use spaghetti noodles (I always have some on hand) and my kids and husband gobble it up. We like to serve steamed edamame on the side! #AKDinnerParty
Thanks so much for the review, Emma! So glad the whole fam loved it. And edamame’s the perfect side!
Great, easy recipe! Used thai curry paste in place of chili paste and definitely muted the spice but held delicious flavor! Served with linguine noodles, chopped peanuts, and basil on top! And plenty of leftovers for my husband and I to enjoy for lunch this week!
Ooh that sounds delicious! And glad it made enough for leftovers 🙂 Thanks for leaving a review!
#AKDinnerParty this was a HIT! So easy to add vegetables (I added broccoli, carrots and bell pepper) and was hearty and flavorful!
YAY those are great additions. I’m so happy you enjoyed it, Mary!
Love this recipe! It has a lot of flavor but is not too complicated to tackle on a weeknight. I’ll be making again! #AKdinnerparty
I’m so glad to hear you enjoyed it, Julie! Thank you!
Love how delicious and simple to make this recipe is. I substituted ground turkey for the chicken and left out the coconut sugar. Also I love things spicy so I doubled the chili paste. Will definitely make again! #AKDinnerParty
Oh I’m so glad! Thanks so much for the review and for coming to the party 🥳
Loved this so much. Such fantastic flavor!! I would use more of a ramen noodle instead of the brown rice noodles I used. I served it with a side salad with candied pineapple super nice compliment to the all star main dish! If you like spice and flavor this is a must make!
Oh and #AKdinnerparty
Woohooo thanks for entering! Glad you loved it, and that candied pineapple sounds AMAZING with this!
This was a hit! I was skeptical about the two cups of water but it cooked down nicely and made a tasty sauce. My husband loved it and wants it in the regular rotation. Definitely on the spicier side but we liked that.
I was so excited to see that this was the recipe for the #AKDinnerParty! I’ve made it before and this time it turned out even better. Only changes I made were using boneless, skinless chicken thighs chopped up instead of ground chicken and sugar in the raw instead of coconut sugar, because that’s what I had. I also topped with some cilantro at the end in addition to the basil and cashews. Love the dinner party idea, Thanks for all the amazing recipes and content!
Oh yay!! I’m so happy you’re a fan of this one. Love those additions/subs, thanks for sharing 🙂
The taste was a great combo of sweet heat! My sauce did not thicken much, I am not sure what I did wrong. It had a little too much tomato flavor for my usual liking, but I still enjoyed it!
That can happen, so I suggest using a bit less water to start, or adding cornstarch to thicken it 🙂
This was great for an easy weeknight dinner for the whole fam. I used spaghetti noodles and served with basil and Sriracha on the side. Both kiddos said it was so good! I like the versatility of this recipe and will be coming back to it. Thanks! #AKDinnerParty
Nice!! I’m so happy you and the fam enjoyed it 🙂 Can’t wait for you to make it again!
Holy flavor explosion in my mouth!!! Just finished eating this for dinner and I’m so happy with how it came out. All of the different aromas it gave off while cooking made it enjoyable too. I like spice but I will say for me I’ll maybe do 2Tbps of the chili next time. Also not sure if it’s my oven or what but it didn’t really thicken you much even after 45 mins, so next time I’ll do one cup of water! Surprised but also happy there are actually leftovers for tomorrow 😁
I’m so happy you loved it! Totally fine to reduce the amount of chili paste + amount of water, or add a little cornstarch to thicken it 🙂
This was delicious but very spicy! I added a little honey to the plate to sweeten a little more. Next time I might cut the Sambal in half. However, we loved the bold flavors for an easy weeknight meal! #AKDinnerParty
Yeah I definitely like it hot haha! Sorry it was a bit too spicy for you; feel free to reduce the amount of chili paste next time. Love the addition of honey!
I like some kick but this dish was definitely spicy! My husband liked the extra heat but next time I would sub more tomato paste instead of the chili, as suggested. I forwent the fresh basil and wish I didn’t because it would have added a nice, lively element. I used rice noodles and added in red pepper and carrots for some extra vegg. All together it was a very yummy dish and would definitely recommend trying!
I’m glad you enjoyed it! Yes haha I like it super spicy so feel free to reduce the amount of chili paste 🙂 Appreciate the review, Jamie!
Absolutely delicious!! Did not change a thing (my daughter(20 yrs old) said we could make it a bit less spicy) But really, it’s perfect!
Oh I’m so glad! Totally fine to reduce the amount of chili paste 🙂
This dish was so easy to make and had great taste! Made it as the recipe stated and was a little too spicy for my tastes. Would definitely make again though and try it with less red chili paste!
Yeah I definitely like it spicy! Sorry it was a little too hot for you. Good call to reduce the chili paste next time 🙂
This was delicious with crumbled tofu and broccoli on the side. I slightly reduced the chili paste so that my toddler could try the sauce so my husband and I added a little extra spice at the end. #AKDinnerParty
Nice! I’m so glad you enjoyed it 🙂
This recipe was everything is said it would be… and more! So simple but the flavors work so well together. I used ground chicken breast in place of ground chicken. It was so delicious and if cozy was a recipe, this would be it. My husband filled up his second bowl (!!) and mid-slurp told me he was so happy we are married. Will definitely make again.. most likely weekly 🙂
This recipe was everything is said it would be… and more! So simple but the flavors work so well together. I used ground chicken breast in place of ground chicken. It was so delicious and if cozy was a recipe, this would be it. My husband filled up his second bowl (!!) and mid-slurp told me he was so happy we are married. Will definitely make again.. most likely weekly 🙂 #AKDinnerParty
I’m SO glad to hear that!! Such a comfort meal, right?! Thanks for coming to the party 🥳
These noodles are absolutely delicious. Restaurant quality. Will definitely make them again! #AKDinnerParty
Ahh I’m so glad to hear that! Glad you loved them 🙂
We loved this recipe. We made a few substitutions: beyond meat instead of chicken, puréed fresh cherry tomatoes instead of tomato paste, dried basil instead of fresh basil, chopped cilantro on top instead of fresh basil, and we added broccoli to pump up the veggies. Yum! We will be making this again!
Those are all amazing subs! Bet it was SO TASTY 🙂 Thanks for leaving a comment!
10/10 – wow! When you put the coconut sugar in the pan and it starts to cook the smell was amazing! This was a restaurant quality meal that I would pay for haha! Can’t wait for March’s recipe! #AKDinnerParty
Oh yay!! I’m so happy you loved it! I know, I can’t wait either 😍
Another super easy and tasty dish to put on rotation! Thank you! My kids loved it too, which is a win! I used a little less of the chili paste and flakes since they are sensitive, but added sriracha to my serving to make up for it! 👍
I forgot to add, I diced up some green beans and added them to the sesame oil and sautéed a few minutes before adding the chicken…love sneaking in veggies whenever I can!
Ooh yes such a great addition! I’m so glad you guys all loved it, and thank you for coming to the party! 🥳
The flavor is wow! I absolutely loved this recipe. I used ramen noodles, added shredded carrots and excellent. Will add to my rotation. #AKdinnerparty
Awesome!! I’m so happy you loved it!
Made this for dinner tonight – unreal! Dishes like this sometimes stress me out with all of the complex flavors but it was so so good!!! I had to take the spice down a little (boyfriend can’t handle heat) but otherwise – kept everything in the recipe the same! #AKDinnerParty
I’m so glad you loved it YAY! Thanks for leaving a review & coming to the party!!
I made these noodles for the #AKDinnerParty. I liked that it was a non complicated dish that didn’t involve much chopping! The noodles were the perfect balance of sweet and spicy, as the name implies.
Aw yay I’m so glad it was easy and delish! Thanks for coming to the party 🎉
Seriously a perfect recipe. My fiance and i LOVED it. I substituted ground beef since that’s all I had on hand and it was delicious. I drained some of the oil from the ground beef so it wouldn’t be too greasy and it came out perfectly savory and spicy. I also added cooked broccoli, matchstick carrots & some sliced bell peppers (I sauteed the veggies first). This will definitely stay in my weeknight rotation! #AKDinnerParty
Omg THANK YOU I’m so happy you loved it! Love those veggie additions 🙂
This dish is INCREDIBLE. It tasted like I could’ve gotten this at a restaurant and seriously so easy! I made mine vegetarian with crumbled tempeh and used banza pasta for some extra protein and it was perfect. Will be making again!
Oh I’m so glad!! Love the tempeh + Banza in here 🙂
This recipe was amazing! My parents came for dinner and I made this for them. They raved about it and wants the recipe too! I made it just as is and it tasted like it could have been from a restaurant. It was so easy and soooo amazing. I love how all the flavors melded together so well. Highly recommend it for anyone!
Omg I’m SO glad you all loved it! YAY!! Thanks for coming to the party + leaving a review 🙂
So easy and quick to put together! I used spaghetti squash and added a yellow pepper for some veg!
Oooh love the idea of spaghetti squash in here — brilliant! Thanks for sharing, Lindsey 🙂
Such a delicious and easy recipe! So glad it was chosen for the #AKdinnerparty. I used diced chicken chunks and it worked great.
Oh yay I’m so happy you love this one!! Thanks for coming to the party 🙂
This is not the type of recipe I usually gravitate toward, but I am glad I made this. The sauce is perfect. I used ramen noodles, and added in some pan-fried bok choy at the end. I’ll be making this again.
I’m so glad you gave it a shot and ended up loving it! The addition of bok choy’s a great idea 🙂
This is super easy to make! I had most of the ingredients already on hand too! Very tasty, I will make again!
This was so tasty. I used ground turkey and rice noodles because that’s what I had on hand. Delicious! I didn’t think it was too spicy at all, but I like a little heat. Would definitely make this again and experiment with different noodles.
Nice! I’m so glad you loved it, Becca!
This was so excellent! Tastes like yummy takeout. It was a little too spicy for my husband, so I’ll reduce chili paste next time, but for me it was perfect. Can’t wait to reheat leftovers in a skillet with eggs; that’s my favorite method of eating leftovers of dishes like this.
Haha yeah I like it spicy but totally fine to reduce the amount of chili paste! So happy you loved it 🙂
I used crumbed tofu sauteed w/ soy sauce in place of the chicken and it worked out great! I would recommend adding the noodles when it still looks a bit saucier than you think – my noodles really soaked up the sauce and I wish I had more. But taste was awesome! #AKDinnerParty
Great tip about the noodles! So happy you enjoyed it 🙂
This is a new favorite in our home! I used one less tablespoon of the chili sauce since my 1 year old has been a little sensitive to spice but did everything else exactly as the instructions say and everyone loved it! I did the #AKDinnerParty because I thought it would get me trying something I might not otherwise and first recipe is a hit!
Ahh I’m so glad you tried and loved it! Yay!!
Really tasty! I added broccoli and used pad Thai noodles to make it gluten free! I think this is going to make the rotation! #AKDinnerParty
Nice! I’m so happy you loved it!
We loved this recipe! No leftovers left so looks like I’ll just have to make it again
We loved this recipe, tweaked it by adding mushrooms and broccoli i! No leftovers left so looks like I’ll just have to make it again #AKDINNERPARTY
Awesome!! So happy you enjoyed it, Ariana, and thanks for coming to the party 🥳
These spicy noodles were AMAZING and have made it into our regular rotation! Might make them even spicier next time 🔥
YAY I’m so happy you loved them!! Thanks, Erica!
So easy and delicious! Makes a lot so great for leftovers and is also good over rice! Also recommend brocolini or Bok choy on the side
Amazing!!! Tastes like takeout but less salty. I used tofu. Definitely don’t skip on the fresh basil
Forgot to add #akdinnerparty – this is going to be a great way to try new recipes. Also appreciated the quick prep (did not have to chop a lot)
Love tofu in here! So glad you loved it. Thanks for your entry!
Loved this recipe and how easy it was! Ended up prepping the sauce ahead of time (mom life) and cooked spaghetti noodles to go with it for the kids and ramen noodles for my husband and I! I added a drizzle of sriracha for myself, as I had to lessen the spice for my toddlers, but wow – the flavours worked so well together! Definitely will make again #AKDinnerParty
I’m SO glad you loved it!! Thanks, Beena 🥰
Super tasty! Full of flavor & spice. Clearing out these sinuses of mine right now. Next time I might try crumbled tofu! Also, apparently there’s a basil shortage right now because we can’t find basil anywhere in our Grocery stores! I used dried basil, but I can’t wait to try it with fresh basil. The flavor punch will go up a notch! #AKDinnerParty
Oh wow I had no idea about the basil! But happy you loved it so much 🙂 Thanks for the review + for coming to the party 🥳
These spicy noodles were AMAZING and have made it into our regular rotation! Might make them even spicier next time￼🔥 #AKDinnerParty
Yaaaay I’m so glad to hear that! Thanks for coming to the party 🙂
This recipe is AMAZING! 100/10!!! I made it exactly as described but roasted some broccoli and red peppers on the side for extra veggies and topped it with some crushed cashews. It was SO fantastic and flavorful. Spicy, savory, sweet, and absolutely delicious! My family said it was “super tasty” and requested that it be added to the regular dinner rotation. Honestly, I’m salivating just reminiscing about tonight’s dinner and am counting down the hours until tomorrow so I can eat it again! #AKDinnerParty
Oh I’m SO glad you loved it, Stephanie, YAY!! Happy the fam enjoyed it, too 🙂 Thanks for coming to the party + leaving a review!
I really enjoyed the versatility of this meal. The texture was great! I would say if you can add sesame oil, I’d recommend to use it. My son is allergic to sesame, and I really did miss the flavor of it in this dish. #AKDinnerParty
I’m so happy you enjoyed it, Catherine! And yes LOVE the flavor of sesame, sorry you couldn’t have it in here!
This was soo delicious!!!!! I will absolutely make it again! The perfect amount of spice for me. I added cabbage when simmering the sauces to give some veggies to the plate and they softened so I couldn’t even tell it was in there with this delicious sauce!! Thanks for this!
So delicious!!! Obsessed with this recipe. Added cabbage & it went great. Will definitely make again. #AKDinnerParty
I’m so glad!! Cabbage is a GREAT addition, thanks for sharing 🙂
Delicious sauce! I will definitely be making this again, but with different noodles. I used rice noodles and I didn’t love the texture of the noodles, although the hubs did. #AKDinnerParty
So happy you tried and enjoyed it! Yes pretty much any noodles would be amazing in here 🙂
I made this recipe for the #AKDinnerParty and we loved it! It was a bit on the spicy side for me, but my husband said it was perfect!
So glad you tried and loved it!! Yeah I definitely like it spicy but feel free to reduce the amount of chili paste 🙂
This recipe is fantastic! I used ground turkey instead of ground chicken since that’s hard to come by at my grocery store. I was blown away by the complex flavors of this dish. Don’t sleep on making this, you won’t regret it!! #AKDinnerParty
Aw thank you, Megan! I’m so happy you loved it!
Such an easy and delicious weeknight meal! My boyfriend claims to not like Asian inspired dishes, but he loved this one!
Oh AMAZING, so happy you both enjoyed it!
This is so easy to make and so delicious. I added one less tablespoon of chili paste because I was scared, but next time I’m going full chili! I added broccoli for extra veg. Full of flavor and very satisfying! Will definitely be making it again.
Haha FULL CHILI! So glad you loved it!
Love this recipe! Super simple & easy to make. I used one Tbsp of the chili paste to still give it a kick but also so my kids could enjoy it too. #AKDinnerParty
YAY! Thanks for coming to the party, Emma 🥳
Great flavor combo! I added sautéed onions and peppers and served over ramen noodles…delicious!
Nice!! I’m so glad you loved it, Amy 🙂
This dish was really delicious and easy to make. It’s very spicy so next time I would probably half the spice. Will be putting it in our monthly dinner rotation. #AKDinnerParty
Yes, I like it HOT haha so totally fine to reduce! Happy you loved it 🙂
This noodle dish was delicious! The spice level on it was perfect! Just spicy enough to give it a kick, but not spicy enough that spice is all you taste. Loved the minimal prep that went into the dish, a perfect weeknight meal! Also love the idea of adding veggies, will definitely be doing that next time! #AKDinnerParty
Nice! I’m so happy you enjoyed it!!
Delicious and easy! Another Ambitious Kitchen win!
🥳 Thanks, Donna!!
This recipe was sooooooo good and so easy to come together! We made it with brown rice noodles and added snap peas and shredded carrots for some veggies. It is definitely on our must make again list!
Awesome! Love those additions. Thanks for coming to the party!
Made this for the February dinner party and at first thought it was just ‘ok’ (boyfriend called it “Asian Spaghetti’) – it didn’t get nearly as saucy as in the photos. But we ate it leftover the next day and OMG it was so good. The flavors intensified and justified an added star. Would make again just for the leftovers.
Yeah some kinds of noodles can definitely soak up the moisture so you can definitely add more water & soy sauce if you’d like 🙂 Happy you enjoyed them though!
Holy YUM! I can’t believe I slept on this recipe for so long. This was so flavorful, easy and absolutely delicious. I added snow peas and mushrooms and used Fly By Jing chili crisp but could easily sub in other veggies. This recipe will definitely be regular around here. #AKDinnerParty
Yaaaay I’m so glad to hear that. Love all those additions! Can’t wait for you to make it again and again 🙂
I loved this recipe! It was not too spicy for me at all, and I added more chili flakes before serving! I used crumbled tofu and gluten free noodles, both worked perfectly. I also added broccoli, bell pepper and carrots! So good! Will make this again and again! #AKDinnerParty
I’m so glad, and those additions sound fab! Thanks for coming to the party 🥳
Loved the recipe!! Added some zuchinni, peppers, & plenty of spice 😉 We’ve been making so many AK recipes lately, can’t get enough! #AKDinnerParty
Love those additions! Happy you’re enjoying this + my other recipes 🥰
SO SO good! Reminded me of Pad Thai but better! I added carrot matchsticks, sliced pea pods and mushrooms, truly chefs kiss!! Just an idea for your next dinner party, is to go live with the winner of your giveaway or another follower! It would be a TRUE dinner party!! #AKDinnerParty
I’m SO glad you loved this one, Jane! Love those veggie additions. Thanks for coming to the party!
P.S. Such a fun idea about the live!
This recipe was great! Made veg by using seitan and added green beans and bell pep. Spice level was on point. #AKDinnerParty
Love those additions! Thanks for sharing + for coming to the party 🥳
We used chicken thighs that we cut up into bite sized pieces and the ramen noodles and honey roasted peanuts were all amazing together! will definitely be making this again. #AKDinnerParty
Nice! SO happy you loved it, and can’t wait for you to make it again 🙂
We loved this recipe! Used coconut aminos instead of soy sauce, apple cider vinegar instead of rice vinegar, and Jovial cassava pasta to keep it paleo-friendly. Amazing flavors, just wish I’d topped it with cashews for some crunch!
Great swaps! So happy you loved it 🙂 And yes the cashews would be fabulous on top!
I make this recipe probably once a month because it’s so good and pretty simple to make. I usually use whatever pasta I have on hand. It reheats great both on the stove and in the microwave when I take it to work. Highly recommend. #AKDinnerParty
YAY, so happy you love it, Liz! Thanks for the review 🙂
A new go-to for our family! So easy & delicious. I made it no-spice for my kids by omitting the hot chili paste & it was still incredibly good. We will definitely be making this on a regular basis! #AKDinnerParty
I’m so glad you all loved it, YAY! Thanks for coming to the party!
This has become a go-to for me when I need a quick meal with leftovers for the next day. Knowing that I have this in the fridge for lunch the following day is a delight. I make it with crumbled tofu and it’s fantastic. Love the amount of spice! Thank you!
Nice!! So happy you love this one, Kayla 🙂
Absolutely delicious!!! Made this for lunch today as a test to see if it would be a good family dinner option. So flavorful and just the right amount of spicy (heat but not burning, ha). I used brown rice noodles and let them soak in hot water while I was cooking and they were the perfect consistency by the time I added them to the chicken mixture. Served with honey roasted peanuts on top!I may ratchet down the spice slightly for family dinner with a toddler but absolutely perfect as-is for me and looking forward to delicious leftovers all week!
I’m SO glad you loved it, Claire! Yes completely fine to dial down the spice for the fam 🙂 Thanks for leaving a review!
My husband and I really liked this. It was a low effort and fast weeknight recipe that I’d definitely make again. I used a little less sambal because my husband doesn’t like things too spicy, but it was still flavorful and had enough spice for me. My sauce didn’t really thicken, but the liquid did reduce. I added a tiny bit of cornstarch to thicken it some more. I normally would have used rice or ramen noodles but we had some whole wheat spaghetti to use up and it was still good with that! And it was flavorful enough to hide the whole wheat for anti-whole wheat pasta folks, haha.
Thanks for sharing, Rachel! Good call on adding the corn starch 🙂 So happy you both enjoyed it!
Made this tonight and it was quite easy and super delicious! It is definitely very spicy, but we looove spice so we enjoyed it! If you don’t like incredibly spicy foods, I’d recommend halving the chili sauce. Will be making this one again!
I kept seeing this posted on your IG for the dinner party and added it to my meal plan. I made it last night and it lived up to the hype. I’m a spice wuss so I did 3 tbsp tomato paste and 2 tbsp siracha as a sub for the chili paste. It was SO spicy, but had great flavor. I hate when the spice overpowers the flavors but that wasn’t the case here. I used 4 blocks of rice ramen from Costco and served broccoli on the side. My husband said this is a make again meal! Yum!
Woohoooo I’m so happy you loved it! Good call to dial down the spice. Can’t wait for you to make it again!
First time trying a recipe with some of these ingredients and it came out really good! Would definitely make it again.
Oh I’m so glad you ended up loving it! Thanks for taking the time to leave a review 🙂
This is the first AK recipe I stumbled across, and it became my gateway recipe because I cook from your site at least 3x/week! This is still my fave, and I love that it comes together so fast with minimal effort. I usually add a touch more Sambal Oelek because I like a bit more heat – this recipe is my absolute FAVE!!!
Ahh that is amazing, Brooke! I’m happy you’re here! So glad that you love this one 🙂
Have made this twice and it’s so good. Love that the ingredients are things I always have on hand. The hubby and kids really enjoyed it as well. If your family doesn’t like spice, you may need to use a little less chili paste but it’s pretty much perfect as is.
Easily one of our favorite AK recipes. We pretty much always have the ingredients on hand which makes it an easy go-to when we don’t know what to have for dinner. We often swap 1T of hot chili paste for tomato paste (so it’s 3T tomato paste and 2T hot chili paste) to change the spice level to everyone’s tolerance.
These noodles are INSANE!! So freaking tasty. I use the Trader Joe’s gluten free egg fettuccini and it’s just so satisfyingly spicy. Load it up with basil and serve it with cold cooling cucumbers on the side. UGH make it it’s so good.
YAY I’m so glad you love this one, Alex!! I need to try that GF fettucine 😍
How to make with chicken breast?
You can cut it up into bite-sized pieces and saute it in step 1, just like you would with the ground chicken 🙂
YUM – This recipe came together very easily and quickly!
I didn’t have any rice vinegar so I had to substitute with ACV and used aminos instead of soy sauce. The flavor was DELISH but I felt it was a bit too salty. Next time I’d reduce soy sauce to 2TB. I also Added in bell pepper and edamame for some extra veggies and served over rice noodles!
This will certainly be on our regular rotation!
Hi! So glad you enjoyed it. I wonder if the aminos were a bit saltier than the soy sauce would have been? But totally fine to reduce the amount!
This is the worst noodle dish I have eaten. Not only did it not taste good, but it was a pain to make. The prep time was in no way 15 minutes…it took almost that long to assemble the ingredients. I can’t give it any stars!
Easy to make and really tasty. I used Udon Noodles not sure if that is different from Ramen. I added fresh red and yellow peppers to the sauce for the last fifteen minutes of simmer and then steamed a bag of mixed frozen veggies (broccoli, snow peas, water chestnuts carrots).
YUM! Sounds so delish, Suzy. Glad you are enjoying this recipe 🙂