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i added philliapino wheat noodles(after following pkg directions) water chestnuts bamboo shoots chinese 5 spice powder in place of ginger and soy to taste. Also added chinese hot oil on top as a personal preference to spicy food(use sparingly!) IT WAS EXCELLENT! I made it as a friend's bday present and she was VERY pleased she ate the leftovers the following day and said it was still very VERY scrumptious!
This was incredible! My whole family loved it. I changed the vegetables to ones that my kids and husband like better. But otherwise I follwed directions to a T. I served it over brown rice. Great healthy meal!
This is one of the better stir fry dishes I have made. I only made small changes. I added mushrooms and instead of putting the ginger and green onion with the chicken and vege mix I added it to the sauce instead. I made it easy on myself and sautéd all the veges together in olive oil. Once tender I added the chicken for about 5 min then put in the sauce mixture until it thickened. Excellent and so easy!!
This is a very tasty recipe. I suggest that you have everything measured chopped and diced before begining. It is a speedy meal once you begin. My family thought that the sauce was as good as any Chinese take out we have had. Cut back on the sugar if you like the robust soy taste. Thank you. "1 more for my collection."
Nice flavor - made with tofu marinated in sauce and no cornstarch. Added broccoli and carrot. Next time I'll double the sauce and add pepper and fresh chopped garlic at the end for more of a garlic pepper dish (my favorite).
I was searching the site and came across this recipe my dad is in this cooking in the wok phase so I gave him this recipe. EVERYONE in my house loved it including the picky sister who won't eat anything. The best part everyone keeps begging him to make it again! Perfect recipe!
This recipe is more soupy and bland than I had expected. It's not real stir-fry but it's a good start for people who like to tone down their Chinese food. I'm actually Chinese and this tastes nothing like the stir-fry my Mom used to make or anything that is served in good Chinese restaurants. Not that the recipe isn't good just not what I expected for stir-fry. Very easy to make though.
Good.....2 out of 3 enjoyed it and took leftovers for lunch....used reduced sodium soy sauce and used olive oil and some sesame oil instead of the peanut oil. Also used Truvia non sugar sweetner instead of the sugar (about 2 packets) Quick and easy.
Rating: 1 stars
This recipe is somewhat lacking in the taste dept.