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Very easy to follow and turned out great. However I suggest reducing amount of soy sauce. I also added some chilli paste to give a bit of a heat.

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ohchan March 10, 2013

I haven't tried it yet but it sounds great !!!!!

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seda sokulgan July 13, 2012

Quick & easy. Love dishes like that. I did think it needed a little punch so after tasting I addded some red pepper flakes & chinese chili sauce.

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SB6 August 08, 2009

Very good. Simple to make. I couldnt find the noodles so I used a japenese noodle. I added bok choy and a Thai chili sauce for heat. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for 123 Hits

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barefootmommawv May 12, 2009

delicious, I also used udon noodles for this and I made this with chicken strips in place of beef, low sodium soy sauce is a must for this or if you are using regular soy sauce I would omit the salt, I also sauteed some chopped fresh garlic and added in a heaping teaspoon crushed red chili flakes for some heat, thanks for sharing BakinB!

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Kittencal@recipezazz January 13, 2009

Very good! I used dried udon noodles in mine, which are the same as the nanka saimen. We also spiced it up with a drizzling of sriracha sauce. Everyone enjoyed. Thanks for sharing! ~Sue

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Sue Lau December 16, 2008
Chinese Stir Fried Beef Noodles