6 Reviews

Whoa! Mouth is burning as I type this. Next time I will cut the garlic chili sauce in half, and also go halvsies on the star of anise. Add chopped cashews, cilantro and a squeeze of lime to your toppings and BAM! Delicious! This was very spicy and pungent though. I love spicy but the GF not so much so I grubbed down while she slowly picked. YUM!

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John B. January 27, 2015

This was a good recipe for a stir fry. We did not find it too hot but that may have been the brand of chili garlic sauce I used. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada November 03, 2008

Not for the faint of heart! Very, very hot! We didn't have any of the garnish ingredients, but it was still good. My husband thought it was fantastic; I thought it was good. You may want to have some milk nearby to cool the heat - it is, indeed, that hot.

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Paris D September 27, 2008

I agree! WOW!!! This is delicious. I made one change. I added a handfull of sliced carrots to the rest of the vegies, just because I like carrots. We will be having this one again!!! Thanks.

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Mikekey May 21, 2006

This was good. Thanks for posting.

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-Sheri- April 02, 2006

Wow! This is one terrific stir-fry. The sauce is wonderful. I had to omit the bean sprouts, but since they're listed as garnish, I assume it didn't change the flavor too much. Anyway, recommended!

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echo echo January 16, 2006
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