5 Reviews

This is an exceptional dish. On the recommendation of another reviewer I doubled the sauce ingredients. I did not have broccoli or baby corn, so I used carrots and zucchini. It adapted very well to the change. I think because I used a sweet Thai sauce it was a little sweeter than normal, so I may reduce the sugar by half next time. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada September 10, 2006

Quick and easy dish that everyone enjoyed. The three year old loved the flavors of the noodles! I made my own ketjap manis using a TB. dk brown sugar, TB. Water, TB. Soy, teaspoon of molasses and a dash of coriander. Thanks BeckD.

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NcMysteryShopper October 28, 2005

Absolutely loved it, but I did not use the baby corn or broccoli. Rather, I used sugar snap peas, quartered mushrooms & bok choy. Thanks so much for sharing.

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Katherine in Alberta March 25, 2007

We loved the flavour, used half chicken breasts and half pork fillets (total about 800gm), enough for 6. For vegies we had a cup each of sugar snap peas, carrott, brocolli, baby corn and cauliflour and 2 cups of cabbage and a couple of spring onions instead of onion. Double the sauce but used 2 teaspoons of hot chilli sauce and 1 1/2 teaspoons of bottled minced chilli in place of sweet chilli sauce with a 1/4 cup of water added. 450gm of thin hokkein noodles. Thank you a keeper.

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I'mPat July 15, 2006

Made this up and it was good.Had no corn so used peapods,I also jazzed it up a bit.

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NoraMarie November 02, 2005
Sticky Pork and Hokkein Noodle Stir Fry