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This was a yummy way to use up some of the veggies from my CSA share this week! I cut in half and ate it over brown rice for lunch. Thanks for posting! Made for PRMR
This is very tasty. I used 1 green and 1 red bell pepper. Oops and now I just saw that I made a mistake. I used rice wine vinegar. I thought it was this. But it was rice wine. Didn't have that LOL I used 2 tbs of soy sauce. Thanks Pneuma. Made for ZWT4
This recipe is fabulous! I feel like it's straight from a really good Chinese restaurant.I used baby bellas and red & green bells. Served it over crispy pan fried noodles. It's important to use the rice wine and the sesame oil. I actually used rice vinegar the last time I made it and it was very good.Btw, champignon mushrooms is just another name for button shrooms.
To make a main dish I cooked up some ground chicken before the adding the onion. Very yummy! Served with rice and crab rangoon.
What a great recipe! Quick, tasty, relatively cheap and healthy, I've made it several times since discovering the recipe on this site a month or so ago, and it's been a huge hit every time. I think the versatility is what makes it one of my favorites - I substituted white wine for the Chinese rice wine as suggested by another poster, and tahini for the sesame oil since that's what we had. My family also enjoyed this dish with carrots, potatoes, squash, celery, peanuts, cashews, etc. Thank you so much for sharing this excellent recipe!
This was very tasty and easy to make. I served this over rice. I made this to share with my Mother and she loved it and wanted me to make more. I did throw in some diced up white onions in this. It was very colorful. I will be making this again as it is very good. Thanks for the recipe.....
Superb. I went heavy on the peppers since I had some I needed to use up: green, orange and red. And I used just short of half-a-pound of crimini mushrooms. This is easy, fast and delicious. Suitable as a side dish for any meal...or perfect as a vegetarian main dish.