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.
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.
Forgot to rate recipe when I submitted my review. Please update.
Great recipe. Easy and tastes great. I usually chop both red and green cabbage - fresher.
I want to marry this recipe. LOL I add extra sirachi AND the red peppers. It has a definite kick to it. Tonight I doubled the recipe and added extra ginger, sirachi, red pepper flakes and about 7 packets of regular splenda since they don't sell the quick packs any more. :(