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A great way to enjoy edamame! I used the broccoli option, which everyone enjoyed. I agree with Prose, the sauce is, well, saucy - I like mine a bit thicker, so would probably use a cup of broth the next time around. I added hot chili sauce to mine once I plated it to add some heat.

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Brooke the Cook in WI June 09, 2010

I really liked this! It was easy and will be flexible depending on what's on hand. Next time I'll cut the vegetable stock in half because I prefer my stir fry sauce to be a little thicker. I may also add a few more cashews because I think I snacked too many before hand... This will make more than 4 servings. I'm guessing around 6-8, but we'll see, I'm only on serving #1! Made and reviewed for Veg*n Swap 17.

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Wish I Could Cook December 06, 2009

This was a wonderful combination of vegetables. I used the broccoli option. The edamame and cashews were a refreshing change from tofu stir fries. My only complaint is that, similarly to Chef Pollo, I found that it was awfully saucy. The sauce had a good flavor and was easy to make, but it was very thin, even though I simmered it to the point that the vegetables were a little more cooked than I would prefer. Next time I will probably double the cornstarch and reduce the amount of broth. I added a dash of sri racha to the sauce. Next time I will probably add a squeeze of honey too. I didn't really measure any of the vegetables. I just used one whole red pepper, a whole package of edamame, a bunch of broccoli, 2 shredded carrots, etc. because I don't like to have waste. I don't think that was my problem, though, because if anything, I ended up with way more than 4 servings. There was a ton leftover! All in all, very tasty; thanks for posting!

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Prose August 08, 2008

Made & reviewed for ZWT 4 _ Kumquat's Kookin' Kaboodles. Though we aren't vegetarians, I do cook a lot of veggie food & we had this stir fry for a family meal today. I doubled the recipe & made one hot & one not (for the kids), I also added bok choy. It is really, really good & I will make this often. Thanks Kumquat!

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Um Safia May 31, 2008

My DH and I both enjoyed this for dinner served with brown rice. I followed the directions, scaling this back to serve two. Thanks Wildflower! Made for ZWT4!

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Sharon123 May 29, 2008

This is a great basic stirfry recipe. I'm not sure what happened, but we had too much sauce, and I definitely let it simmer long enough. Anyway, the veggie selection was beautiful and we'll be making this again. Thank you.

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Chef Pollo April 15, 2008

I loved this recipe. The vegetables were cooked to perfection, the sauce was appropriate and enhanced the vegetables and the mix of vegetables was delicious. I made one modification. I like lots of liquid with this type of recipe and I don't like it heavily thickened. I made the recommended amount of sauce but only used half the amount of cornstarch. Even so there was no sauce to spare and I think I will make one-and one-half the sauce amount. Deserves five stars and deserves to be made again soon.

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