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I tried this on my husband and he didnt like it so much. It wasnt "sweet" enough for him. I liked the flavors, but I found the cornstarch a bit overwhelming on the pork.
I liked this sweet & sour dish and it smelled great when cooking it. I made it with pork loin chops and did add the chicken stock, but I think it would have been better to have left it out so the sauce was thicker and less diluted. Not my favorite sweet & sour, but it was still good. Thanks for sharing!
This was terrific! I've tried other S&S recipes and some were way to sweet. This was just right. I made mine with pork and used cut up pork loin chops. They were a little on the tough side, so if others want to use pork, I would suggest to others to stick with the pork tenderloin you recommend. I didn't add the lemon juice, but used some of the pineapple juice instead. I didn't end up adding the chicken stock as I liked the thickness of the sauce and didn't want to thin it out any. I served this with jasmine rice.
This was easily prepared with things that are probably in most kitchens. I made this with chicken and I think the lemon juice could omitted, I thought it was a bit tart, though that may be fine with the sweetness of shrimp. Easy, tasty, enjoyed! Thanks Pierre.
This recipe was an instant hit...easy to make, absolutely delicious, tastes ultra gourmet! Made it with chicken and then with pork, both were well received. I am very fond of Stir Frys and will be making this one often. I served this with the regular rice and the Basmati as well, made for a great meal. Thankyou for posting and sharing this recipe. Gerry 999