If I could give it 10 stars I would.
My variation using your method~2 cups chicken broth, 2 cups chicken stock, 2 T. tamari, 1 T. minced garlic, 1 t finely grated ginger, 1 t red chili pepper flakes, 1 t rooster sauce, 1/4 t dark sesame oil, 1/2 a cooked pork butt steak sliced uber thin, 5 mushrooms sliced thin, 1 small red pepper slivered, cut chives for garnish and believe it or not, 2 cups cooked spatzel which worked out to be a fantastic choice. Will I make this again? Keith asked if we had all the ingredients to make it for lunch tomorrow, so yes I will. Again and again and ... Thank you for posting this recipe!
Yum! I used some leftover steak for the meat and used pretty much everything else listed except the egg. Very good and filling and made a great lunch. Thanks for sharing, K9. Made for Culinary Quest 2015.
Great quick and easy recipe! I used black rice ramen noodles, Miso paste, fried beef strips and snow peas. Yum! Will keep this in store for quick and yummy lunch recipes :) Thanks for sharing!! Made for Culinary Quest 2015 / Japan
This was a great lunch today, especially since I was freezing my fanny off after walking the dog! I used leftover chicken, shredded carrots, broccoli and onions. It is a great recipe for cleaning up little bits of leftovers and comes together very fast. Will definitely make again. I think I could get two servings out of this as I was so stuffed afterwards. Thanks for the recipe K9, will make it again for sure!
I followed the recipe but didn't really follow the amounts. I used leftover beef, beef broth, brocolli slaw, two packets of ramen noodles, two tablespoons of lite soy sauce and one teaspoon of sesame oil. This was good but a tad salty for me. There weren't any leftovers so everyone must have enjoyed it.
This is the BOMB! Fast, easy, near goof proof & the combos are endless. You almost can't go wrong with it. It's satisfying & oh soooooooooooo good.