First attracted to this recipe by the name, a real attention getter in my opinion. But after a busy day in town needed something fast and easy and this sure fit that need. Chose to use Udorn (sp) noodles as they made it even faster and I like the taste. Other than that followed the recipe and glad I did, next time I might add another egg but that's all I'd do. So good with a nice blend of sweet and hot. I can see where you could change this in so many ways just depending on what you would want to add in or type of noodles. Will be using this one often
Love this recipe. Saw it on Budget Bytes, as well. I sautéed some yellow onion, green pepper, red pepper and jalapeno in the butter before cooking the egg. I also added an extra egg to stretch the recipe a bit. When all was said and done I squeezed some fresh lime and served with a lime wedge. Love it!
Soooo good! I saw this recipe on Budget Bytes too. I'm so glad you posted it. This was a spicy, delicious meal. I added some sauteed cabbage and bell pepper to the mix. I also used wide rice noodles instead of lo mein noodles. These noodles tasted fantastic and were a breeze to make. I'm looking forward to making this again with other add-ins. Thanks for posting!
Delicious! The sauce was very good. (And I hate soy sauce!) I misread the recipe and added chopped red bell peppers before realizing I needed red pepper. Worked out well. Added diced cooked chicken to bulk up the meal for my husband. I did double the sauce because of the amount of udon noodles I used. (Double batch.) Tasted terrific the next day. Next time I will be adding shrimp. Thank you for a great recipe.
I have made this recipe several times and it's a keeper. I add medium size shrimp and it turned out perfectly. I let the shrimp turn pink and before it's completely cooked I add the egg and cook both. This is a great recipe. Thanks.
Used olive oil instead of butter. I also mixed in less sugar than prescribed. Turned out great!