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My daughters are vegetarian so I left out the meat and I was winging it at suppertime (late!) so I didn't have everything. In my version I used olive oil no meat.. didn't know what hot bean sauce so I put in some white miso (1 tbsp) instead. My daughter--who doesn't like sesame seeds and I did use the roasted sesame oil--thinks this dish is keeper. So do I:)
This recipe is delicious. I didn't have any hot bean sauce so I substituted a mixture of miso paste and chili garlic sauce. I also substituted onion chives for the green onion. I bet the original recipe is even better but my modified version was still yummy.
i love this recipe! i used to make mabo tofu from a mix but lately i'm trying to make things from scratch to avoid the chemicals that come in processed foods. this was easy to make & you know exactly what goes in it! i put in eggplant & green peppers & that really added to the dish. i used leftover ham instead of ground pork & it turned out great. also used red chili sauce instead of the hot bean sauce. basically anything spicy should work. thanks for sharing a great recipe. definitely will make again.