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This is a wonderful recipe! I cooked as directed except I sauteed my pork in the vinegar instead the oil. I have another recipe similar to this and that is how I cook the pork... I know it probably sounds strange but try it least once...the pork is so tendar...any cut will be..pork chops, roast etc. Whatever I have on hand. I also add a few shakes of "fish sauce" it is on the ailse with the soy sauce it adds great flavor. My sister in law was from Thialand and this is how she taught me to fix sweet and sour pork. So good with rice. Hubby and kids always request crispy toasted garlic bread to "soak up extra juice" This is very quick to make and I usually have the ingredients on hands. The kids love it! I took it to potluck and can home with "the bowl licked clean"! Thanks for posting, my son had asked me to write down my recipe for his wife and I was going to have to write it out as I cooked. Thanks again....ENJOY

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cinda37379 October 26, 2007

This was excellent. I would prefer it without the pepper, but my boyfriend loved it with. I had to make extra sauce for him!

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Scarlett516 May 31, 2008

Excellent sweet and sour. So easy and quick. I made it with chicken and used honey, didn't have any corn syrup on hand. Also add some carrots. I doubled recipe and saved some in plastic containers in freezer. Used only 1/4 cup of vinegar so it's not to sour for us. We loved it. It's a keeper! Thank you

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Hanka November 04, 2007

This was an amazingly easy dish to make and so flavorful. I did add a few more veggies . . red onion, one small carrot and a 1/2 of red pepper. Also added a little ginger to the sauce. From start to finsh dinner was on the table in less than 30 minutes! This recipe is going with me on the boat. Thanks for sharing!

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Galley Wench October 25, 2007
Sweet and Sour Pork