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This is an excellent WW dish! I do think that next time I will throw in more veggies. Like Derf did. Wonderful flavor, easy to prepare and you get to stay on program. I used shrimp and also dusted the finished product with some red pepper flakes for heat. (not showing in photo). I did add about 2 tbls of water before adding the ginger and garlic to deglaze my wok. I also added another 2 tbls of water about 2 minutes into the bell pepper and pineapple cooking time. This thicken up beautifully with the final addition of the sauce mixture. I served this delicious dish over rice.Thanks for posting.

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teresas June 24, 2008

Yes, this is a good one! Great alternative to chinese sweet & sour pork. Very tasty! You wouldn't know its good for you! Looks different from picture, more red sauce in the one I made. I would make this one again!

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a_goddess November 18, 2007

I made adaptations to cook in a crockpot and was pleased with the results. The sauce is terrific~not too sour, nor too sweet and a pretty pale red. I added addition vegetables (carrots, onion, & celery) . Thank you for sharing the recipe! It will be in my keeper cookbook. :-)

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Susie D July 15, 2012

I made this last night and it was awesome! The sauce was nice and thick; it coated the meat and veggies perfectly. I couldn't tell it was a WW recipe (and luckily the fiance couldn't either ... ssshhh). This one is definitely a keeper. :)

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Meghan at Food.com March 03, 2010

Excellent, I used fresh pineapple that needed to be used up. I will try this again with other meats. A keeper of a recipe.

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Ty's Kitchen February 13, 2010

This was great! My pineapple hating boyfriend even loved it. I used a half pound of pork because that is all I had and used some green, yellow, orange, and red peppers and also added some onions. It was yummy and super good for both of us

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BethanyJoseph January 28, 2009

Like the others, I wouldn't have thought of this as a 'diet' recipe, I just wanted to make something a little different! I only realised too late I had no pineapple (who ate that pineapple??!!), but I did have a tin of mandarin oranges... so mine was very different :lol:, but tasted good! Otherwise, I followed recipe exactly and it was very much enjoyed, I'll be making it again!! I've made sure I've stocked up on pineapple! A note, if anyone tries it with the mandarins (it was good!), they will break up more than pineapple, and become more 'saucy'.

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Karen Elizabeth July 23, 2008

Very delicious sweet and sour!! just the right sour, we loved it and I will be making this again. I didn't have any sweet pepper in so used the veggies I had, carrot, broccoli and cauliflower, worked out great. Thanks for posting!!

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Derf November 12, 2007

My family and I loved this. My DH said that I need to make this again sometime. It was very easy and it doesn't taste like a "diet" recipe. Thanks mariposa13 for a great recipe.

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LARavenscroft October 28, 2007
Ww 6 Points - Sweet-And-Sour Pork