My son and his friends went wild over this. They said it was better than takeout. High praise from 11 year olds! I did double the sauce and added fresh grated ginger and extra red pepper. I used snow peas instead of cauliflower as that was what I had around the house. I also added in some of those little baby corns just because the kids love them. I think this would work with a variety of vegetables or shoots. It is great over rice or even Shirataki noodles for those watching the carbs.
This recipe is awesome. I added 1/2 tbsp of oyster sauce, 1 extra clove of garlic to the marinade, and green bell pepper. Next time I make this I will use low sodium soy sauce because it did turn out a wee bit too salty for my liking. I will definitely make this for my family again. Thank you!!!
Wonderful! Made as written except for the veggies-used different ones but came out great. We loved all the flavors. Served with rice.
Very good and easy! I added ginger and and used toasted sesame seeds instead of crushed. Also used fresh chili Otherwise made as directed with the veggies we had on hand (broccoli and red peppers)
We also doubled the sauce. This had just the right amount of heat for us. To me, the sesame oil really makes the dish. Thanks for posting!
It was too salty and sweet for my taste. The sesame flavour was a little too strong. The level of piquance was perfect. I would probably try this again, but with less soy sauce, sugar and sesame seeds.
The whole family loved it - doubled the sauce, added 1. tsp of minced ginger, and a little extra soy sauce - totally fantastic! Thanks a bunch
I halved the recipe since I was the only eating it. I did add some celery I needed to use up. I really wished I would have made the original amount of sauce or doubled it. I marinaded for about 2 1/2 hrs. It has just the right amount of heat that I can handle. So glad I tried this.
Very tasty! I added a little rice vinegar to the marinade.
This is a very nice recipe. The cauliflower at the market did not look very good, so I subbed sugar snap peas in its place. I doubled the sauce...however; in doing so I would say not to double the sesame oil, because it becomes very strong. I noticed after making the dish that I forgot to add the sugar- next time I will add it however; it tasted just fine without it. Made and reviewed for the Best of 2010 Tag Game