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Another excellent dish. Yes, the pork was the best part. I've never done breading like that before, but it was perfect! I might try that with sweet and sour chicken sometime... Oh, yeah, we skipped the soy sauce due to allergy...
Exceptional is right! The best part of the stir fry is the pork and I generally prefer the vegetables. It was so tender and flavorful. Beautiful, colorful presentation. It's a simple and truly outstanding recipe.
Delicious! We loved this very yummy pork stir-fry. It was as good as any I've had in a restaurant. The pork was very tender and had a fabulous flavor. The added zing of the red pepper flakes was a very nice touch. I served this over jasmine rice and it was gone in a hurry. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is defintiely a keeper! **Made for Culinary Quest - Suitcase Gourmets**
DELICIOUS stir fry. Twice while we were eating DH said how good it was. Used broccoli instead of peas but will try peas next time. Loved it.
I cook a lot of Chinese dishes. This had a great balance of flavors - garlic, ginger and spicy. My husband loved it.
This is indeed an exceptional stir-fry. Very delicious. I had to use olive oil, cream sherry, 1/4 t. cayenne pepper and 1/2 tsp of powderd ginger because I didn't have the correct ingredients. I sliced up boneless thick pork chops for it. Very, very savory and delicious.
Very nice. I used a pork tenderloin and used all 3T of soy sauce in the marinade sauce, then used another T and 2-3 t sugar for a glaze (because I got a little carried away with the pepper flakes). I also used sugar snap peas instead, a matter of preference. Thanks!
This is a really good and easy stir fry recipe. Sure beats anything that you would get from a Chinese restaurant. This recipe calls for a fair amount of soy sauce, so you may consider using a lite variety to cut back on the sodium content. I used regular soy sauce and the flavor was fantastic!
This was fabulous. It tasted just like a meal from a Chinese restaurant. I'm going to try it with chicken next. I like things pretty spicy, and I'll probably add a little more pepper flakes next time. Thans so much for a wonderful recipe!
This is actually the first stir-fry I ever learned to make. It was printed on the side of the box that my Rival electric wok came in. I've probably made close to 100 different stir-fries since then, yet this is still in my top 5 favorites. Simple and fun to make, yet very flavorful. Very ideal for beginners. I always serve it over Japanese rice.