This quick weeknight dinner is a classic Sichuan stir-fry with fiery character. If you’re not sure about the heat of your chiles, start with a smaller amount and serve with hot sauce on the side.... Read More
The hardest part about this recipe may be locating the 10 to 12 dried hot chiles, but if you're already a heat lover, you'll know where to find them in the grocery store. They're red and sometimes called Thai chiles. Also, by using chicken thighs, you will enjoy a more moist, flavorful meat. Cooking it after you cut the chicken thighs into bite-sized pieces makes the cooking faster, which is half the point of doing a classic Sichuan chicken stir-fry with fiery character — you can make this weeknight dinner in 30 minutes.