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Chicken, Edamame, and Noodle Stir-Fry

A one-bowl dinner, Japanese style. If you can't find udon noodles, use linguine -- just break the noodles in half before boiling them. Edamame are green soybeans.

Source: Everyday Food, September 2007
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Udon noodles, made from wheat flour, have a sumptuous chewy texture. You'll find them in the Asian section of the supermarket.

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  • Eviebelle
    19 JAN, 2012
    We really like this recipe. Rather than let the other half of the napa cabbage go to waste in my fridge (which it surely would!) I always make a double batch. Yum!
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  • laurenhm
    6 APR, 2011
    Great recipe! I substituted the noodles for rice.
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  • kaitlynkaitlyn
    15 MAR, 2011
    Substituted sliced white mushrooms and snow peas for cabbage and rice noodles for udon. The dish turned out delicious and was surprisingly easy!
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  • Tracibarr
    26 JAN, 2011
    I found this to be an easy and tasty week night meal. I marinated the chicken for a few hours in Drew's natural quick marinade, in ginger soy, and also added freshly grated ginger and minced garlic. The chicken had a lot of flavor! This meal would also be good with brown basmati rice, in place of the soba noodles.
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  • marigoldsky
    21 JAN, 2011
    This was very tasty, and easy to cut the calories a bit. I used 6 oz whole wheat linguine, 1 1/2 cup edamame, substituted chicken broth for the oil, and added mushrooms with the garlic and onions. It made plenty for 4 people, and my husband added his favorite sriracha. Next time I will add fresh bean sprouts.
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  • marigoldsky
    21 JAN, 2011
    This was
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  • cynhamlett
    20 JAN, 2011
    I agree with the two previous posters that it would be a huge bonus to have nutritional values for all the recipes. It's easy to see that the ingredients are healthy (one of the TOP things I love about Everyday Food), but having the nutrition facts would help readers make better decisions about where to fit this into their day or assist when one is logging nutritional intake. That said, this recipe looks fabulous and I plan to make it Monday (will add sriracha!)
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  • BeagleMother
    20 JAN, 2011
    I too would like to see the nutritional values on all recipes.
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  • Judy1020
    20 JAN, 2011
    Please add nutritional values to the recipes.
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  • Raayvhen
    17 OCT, 2010
    Instead of cornstarch, use Rice Flour (Michiko) and use sesame oil instead of vegetable oil.
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