I really liked this recipe but found when it was frozen and reheated some of the batter pulled away from the meat so there were clumps of batter in with the dish. I think for me it is better eaten asap. Thanks for posting though. I will use a variation of it in the future.
We really enjoyed this the other night which I served with some fried rice. I have to say it was delicious. Even my son who ate later when he got home came made a special point of looking for me, thanked me and told me that dinner was really good. Thank you and we'll be making this again.
uuuumm, Not bad but we found it a tad bit sweet, I was looking for the tangy taste that i got used to in my favorite Chinese restaurant. Perhaps using cider vinegar and lessening the amount of sugar will help next time. Oh well, maybe just a matter of personal taste. I love the batter though. thanks!
Wonderful, restaurant quality for sure! Didn't change a thing!
My husband loves it! He said that it is better than his mother's which is something any wife likes to her!!!
Great recipe! I too used onion and ketchup. My husband loved it. I don't normally deep fry, but this was great for a change. I found the batter perfect not too think or thin. Thanks!
Made today for Chinese new year. delicious. I subbed chicken breast for the pork and used fresh pinepple instead of canned otherwise made as written.My wife said it was the best shes ever had, better than a restaurant. Thanks for a great recipe.
I had pork roast left over from New Years and wanted a recipe. This one fit the bill perfectly and I didn't have to worry about the pork getting done as it was already cooked. I added a wedged red onion and sauteed the onion and pepper before adding it to the sauce. Give yourself plenty of time to prepare this recipe as it is time consuming to chop, fry, saute and make sauce. If you like sweet and sour pork, this is excellent!
Yummy yummy yummy..ditto!! Better than any restaurant, I'm making it again this week. I didn't change a letter... PERFECT