Wonderful! I skipped the basil but used julienne carrots with baby corn and peas...mmm it was so delicious. The sauce was perfect and made a good amount, and is just as good re-heated as it was freshly-made. Will be making this again, thank you!
This was good and pretty easy. I think the sauce was a little thick and needed more spice, but overall a good dish and DH and the little one loved it. Thanks!
I am not a fan of basil so I subbed cilantro instead. For my veggies, I used broccoli, grated carrot, green pepper and snow peas. We all liked this recipe. I used udon noodles for this easy recipe. Thanks for the recipe.
Huge hit at my house. Of course, my carnivores wondered where the meat was but they all left the table happy and satisfied. This dish was ridiculously quick and easy to make.
I didn't happen to have all of the vegetables. I did have peas and broccoli so mine was really green. It would have been prettier and tastier with the other veggies but it was still very good. I highly recommend this recipe. Thank you.
Oh my goodness this was GOOD! DH didn't care for it, but believe me I loved it enough for the both of us. I used lo mein noodles, and had to use corn kernels as I was out of baby corn. I also fried an egg to cut up on top as I am a nursing mama and needed some extra protein today. I highly recommend that addition! I reduced the oil a bit, too, and didn't use a full oz of nuts on top b/c DH doesn't like nuts in savory foods (weirdo). I will definitely keep this and will come back to it often when I am on my own for dinner. Oh, also I am tempted to add just a touch of lime juice next time to add that flavor and possibly cut the thickness of the sauce a bit. Thanks so much for posting. Made for Veg*n Swap 2008.
This is one of our meat eating family's favorite vegetarian dishes. It is full of flavor. I follow the recipe fairly closely except I reduce the chili sauce a bit for the kids and reduce the oil for our waistlines. Lastly I add tofu which really goes well with it.
This was in the BBC Good Food magazine's Vegetarian Christmas issue a couple of years ago and I've been making it since then (many times - that's how good it is). It's not only easy and tastes good, but doesn't use any ingredients that are difficult to find. Dried noodles would be fine and I've used coconut milk made up from powder when I ran out of it in a tin and that was fine too.