Frankly...I was disappointed

I followed this recipe to the letter with the exception of the five-spice, as I was unable to find it. Instead, I used the same measurement of Allspice, as someone told me that it was similar. However, it didn't make a difference because it did not alter the taste whatsoever. Coupled with that, the two TBS of Hoisen Sauce did not make too much of a difference in flavor either except to make this recipe taste sweet and I don't particularly care for sweet tasting "food". To me, sweet should be reserved for deserts. Also, the photo of this recipe gives the impression that the ground Turkey becomes brown in color, but if it wasn't for the fact that I added some lite soy sauce...that would have never happened. I was reluctant to use ground Turkey as I usually do not care for its taste, but decided to just stick with the recipe as it was. Once again...not pleased with ground Turkey. All in all, this recipe did not taste Chinese at all, which is what I was looking for in the first place. I live 2 mins from Chinatown and believe me, I have eaten some of the best Chinese food anyone could ask for. Trust me...there was nothing Chinese about the taste of this dish.

Lots of great healthy ingredients
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