This was very good. I substituted ground turkey breast for the beef and broccoli slaw for the cole slaw and did not use the Splenda. I also substituted the low sodium soy sauce with Briggs Liquid Aminos. Will be making this again. DH is on a low carb post Bariatric surgery diet.
This is SOOO good! I used red pepper flakes - 2 ts, just the right amount of heat for me but a little too much for my 13yr old son. I use one lb of ground beef but double everything else. I think I could live off this stuff. Thanks for sharing a great recipe!
This great. I made as written except I added 1 extra pkg of Splenda. It is easy to make too. Thanks for the recipe.
My daughter told me about this recipe and I tried it today for the first time. The flavor is great but next time I will double the sauce portion of the recipe. When I first tasted it I thought this would make some very good egg rolls and how easy would that be!!! Can't wait to try them.
So delicious! Skipped the Splenda and vinegar, and used ground turkey and about twice the sirraccha. Really great in a wrap or as a topping on some quinoa !
I love this dish. To me it's best with Aloha Soy Sauce.
It definitely lives up to its name! After tinkering around with it a bit I do three things differently from the posted recipe: 1) Extra sriracha! I like it spicy. 2) I saute in about a tablespoon of cooking sherry. Makes it more robust. 3) Most importantly--just before serving I toss in a handful of chow mein noodles (the dry bagged kind; just about any supermarket with even a small ethnic section will have it). This adds even more of an Asian flavor and gives it a wonderful crunch!
Since I've made it and variations of it so many times, it's time to rate it 5 stars.
This is awesome!!! Will be making this on a regular basis. I thought I had ginger around but I didn't and I omitted the sweetener.
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