3 Reviews

I don't know why this is so good but it just is! I was tempted to fuddle with it and use ground turkey or chicken, but I went for the beef, and it was great. I also had to use cashews vs. almonds because it's what I had, AND I added some red chili pepper. We both ate 2 bowlfuls- and I'll make it again likely this week. Thanks!

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MrsMM June 11, 2007

This is just so funky and good! We all agreed it tasted great. Wanted to make something a little off the beaten path with ground beef one evening, and this looked intriguing. I used julienned snow peas for the vegetable, along with sliced almonds (instead of slivered). We thought the nuts were great in this. Next time I will probably not mix the soy sauce into the eggs, just because it turns them a muddy dark brown. I'll add just the eggs and let them set and then toss on a little soy sauce after that. We brought the skillet to the table and, alas, we ate every last bite. Kids, too, gave this a big thumbs-up. Thanks!

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vrvrvr May 02, 2007

This is very good. I made it just like the recipe said,But, next time I make this I am going to add another egg.I used french style canned green beans. Which I think worked very well. Thank you Judy, I will be making this again. Barb

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Barb Gertz April 07, 2004
Ground Beef Garden Saute