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I added: 1/2 pound ground pork, a second carrot, 1 zucchini sliced thin, 1 cup frozen corn, a generous sprinkle of garlic powder, a sprinkle of ground ginger. I deglazed the pan with white wine. I used only 2 large mushrooms, and I left out the oil because the pan had enough grease from the ground pork. I really liked how the extra veggies added splashes of color! This was VERY tasty!

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nethope September 19, 2011

These went really well with Chinese pork chops and Chinese Green beans. I used peanut oil to saute the veggies which added a very nice flavor but I didn't add the full amount. Even DD picked out the flavor of the oil which surprised me because it was a very mild taste. (a new Chef in the making) As well I added a clove of garlic and a handful of bean sprouts. This really turned out well and very quick to put together. I agree with one of the posters as that you could take some veggies out and add other ones instead and it would still turn out great. Thanks for posting a great recipe gojenni. It was well enjoyed.

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FrenchBunny June 17, 2009

this recipe is a keeper!!! i tweaked oil & soy amounts & added ground pork & bean sprouts, it was wonderful! i love finding a recipe that you can add in/leave out stuff according to what you have in the house at the time. my husband, who is "anti-leftovers" ate this til it was gone!

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sweetieface November 24, 2008

Defiantly a keeper! This was fantastic, a little heat from the chillies and spice from the soy sauce. Was a little to greasy for hubby and I, will cut down on the oil next time making. We did not add the carrots as we didn't have any on hand. Remained fantastic.

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CrimsonPhoenix March 15, 2008

This was really good. My husband and I thought it was definitely a keeper for our family. We had it warm, and the flavors harmonized so well for a wonderful asian style dinner treat. I think I will add peas as a side dish to this to make it a complete protein vegetarian dinner. Thank you very much.

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Genevieve H. October 16, 2007

This was okay, but thought it was a little bland. Followed the recipe exactly then added sliced water chestnuts. Will try this again with a little more mushrooms, onions and soy sauce.

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NanaD March 11, 2007

Yee-haw! My mom used to make this and it's great. It's a real kid-pleaser, too. It's nice to see this one posted. it reminds me of my mom :)

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Yia Yia November 17, 2006

I served this warm. It's a nice easy recipe that's great when you want to do something different w/ spaghetti. I added garlic and a few extra mushrooms. Sliced water chestnuts would be a nice addition. Perhaps I will try that next time I make this. Thanx for the recipe!

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*Parsley* November 16, 2006

I have made this recipe several times. My family and Ilove it very much. Sometimes I add more soy sauce and red pepper to get the taste I want. This is the only way that I prepare spaghetti now.

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Ellen Merrill October 13, 2005

I served this cold (room temp) and while I love pasta in any way, I found this just sort of bland. Felt like it needed more texture--more crunchy vegetables. Will try again perhaps using some sliced sweet red and green peppers. Might kick up the red pepper flakes as well.

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LaLa Lola May 10, 2004
Chinese Spaghetti