Yes! Yes! Yes. My sauce didn't thicken. But, it still came out great. And, I had clementines on hand;so I used those instead. I made this and the turkey chili for meal prep this week. This page has been phenomenal in helping keep me on track. Keep doing what you're doing!!!!
A few tips for you though. 1) Crank up that heat. True stir fry uses very high heat. You want the chicken to get a brown sear. 2) Cut the chicken into thin strips instead of chunks. This helps with searing and it cooks faster. 3) Thicken the stir fry sauce separately otherwise you end up boiling the vegetables instead of stir frying them.
Absolutely spot on! Used sesame oil instead of olive oil. Did a batch and a half and can't believe how good this taste. My 2 yr years little boy absolutely ate this up! Wife loved it too. Many thanks for sharing this plus the tip on getting the sauce to thicken!