I was a bit concerned with the amount of soy sauce but this was very good. I added very thinly sliced red and yellow bell peppers which gave the finished meal nice colour. I will be making this again.
Oh, YUM!!! Even the kids liked it (without the pepper- we shook on red pepper flakes at the table). Hubby says this is definitely a keeper! Thanks, Sue!
This was excellent. Added a little lime juice just because I love the taste.
Made this last night and it was fantastic. Had to make a few minimal changes, used sliced baby bellas because that is what was available, used siracha sauce instead of dried chili and marinated the meat for a couple of hours prior to cooking. Again, it turned out fantastic and we will definitely be making again. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
I made this for Korean company last night who are transferring to our area with hubby's company. I was hesitant making Korean food for Koreans, but they all enjoyed it. It wasn't exactly like what they would have in Korea, but asked me how many times I had made it. We had enough food for about 15 people and there were only 8 of us. Despite that, there were very few leftovers. Very good recipe.
Made this with Udon noodles and fresh shiitake mushrooms...DELICIOUS! And it is super quick, making it a great weeknight meal. Thanks for the post : )
I subbed celery and onions in place of the mushrooms just because my DS isn't big on those. I thought it was a nice fast recipe but the amount of soy sauce seemed like way to much. I just did a splash and skipped the sugar. The Garlic and the Sesamee oil with the chili pepper made the recipe flavor great to me. . I used wheat won ton noodlesThank you for a fast meal. Made for ZWT 6 for Looney Spoon Phoodies :)
Pretty good. I didnt have shiitake mushrooms, so instead i used mini bella mushrooms. I didnt have chinese wheat or udon noodles, I wish I did though. The noodles I used didnt work well for it. I also used red pepper flakes instead of the dried red chili pepper. Turned out pretty well over all.