Didn't look like picture at all, followed recipe except used reg soy sauce and reg chicken broth. No
A Winner My whole family enjoyed this recipe. I used chicken instead of pork. I didn't have low sodium soy sauce so I used regular soy sauce and unsalted chicken broth. It was plenty salty. The sauce is a good base for other stir fries. Next time I will try broccoli instead of bean sprouts (kids were a little leary of the bean sprouts).
Will never make it againDidn't have any taste to it. Trying to eating healthy, and at the end of the night ended up eating canes .
Will never make it again Didn't have any taste to it. Trying to eating healthy, and at the end of the night ended up eating canes .
Pork Chop Suey This recipe is a biweekly recipe on our menu because it's flavorful, filling and the pork was tender. Try this Pork Chop Suey recipe and you'll see what I mean. Awesome Pros: Flavorful tender filling Cons: None. I won't be altering this recipe any. My whole family loves it.
Good, but needs a pick-me-up While this was tasty, I also found it somewhat on the bland side. I served with vermicelli and bean sprouts, and totally forgot to even open the water chestnuts. I'll be trying it again, but adding something to spruce it up a little. I did use chicken instead of pork, as well.
Bland Made this yesterday.... Had enough for 4 meals and found it to be quite bland in taste. This is obviously my opinion but it needed some sort of kick to flavour it up. I chose to add chilli flakes. Pros: Really healthy and good balance of carbs, pro, fat Cons: Taste
Delicious! This was delicious! I added bamboo shoots and water chestnuts, and it was tasty! I love the sauce! We served it with tortillas (we got the idea from the EatingWell Moo Shu Vegetables recipe), but I think next time we'll serve with rice because the sauce is just too delicious to waste! I love the Asian recipes on EatingWell, and can't wait to try more!! Pros: Delicious Sauce, easy to make
Flavor lackingI don't eat noodles, so added snow peas, straw mushrooms, along with the water chestnuts, onion, red pepper and bamboo shoots. The flavor is bland with only molasses and ginger to flavor it. I might try 5-spice powder next time.Pros: Good fiber with added vegetables.Cons: Ginger, soy sauce and molasses don't quite add enough flavor
Flavor lacking I don't eat noodles, so added snow peas, straw mushrooms, along with the water chestnuts, onion, red pepper and bamboo shoots. The flavor is bland with only molasses and ginger to flavor it. I might try 5-spice powder next time. Pros: Good fiber with added vegetables. Cons: Ginger, soy sauce and molasses don't quite add enough flavor
tasty, quick, easy to modify Very easy and tasty. I changed a lot of the vegetables depending on what was available locally, adding red cabbage, frozen snow peas, and a little bok choy. Very vegetable rich with some meat protein (appreciate by the boyfriend) and served over buckwheat noodles. Also added about a teaspoon of chili garlic sauce for spice. Could substitute chicken or beef too!
Delicious! I doubled the sauce, and used it with chicken since that's what I had. I couldn't find mung bean sprouts so I added 1 can of water chestnuts. I used rice noodles. The flavor of the sauce is wonderful and would be great on many other things- the pork, shrimp, etc. Will make again!
I thoroughly enjoyed this meal, as did the rest of my family (even the picky eaters!). It was quick and easy to throw together and bright, vibrant flavors.
This was pretty good. I needs a little more spice, so I added some black and red pepper, and an extra splash of soy sauce. I definitely recommend this. I'm sure there's a lot you can add to it to make it even more delicious.
Had this tonight for dinner. It tasted great and was pretty easy to make. Made sure we had all fresh ingredients. Next time we make it we are cutting the canola oil in half - it just didn't seem like you needed that much.