Made with chicken....think better than would be with pork. Added a bit of baby bok choy. Served with jasmine rice. Served with a bit of srichacha.. very good
Hoisin Pork and Snow Pea Stir-Fry
Flits21 Posted: 07/23/09
MAK007 Posted: 01/10/09
Thought this recipe was WAY too heavy on the hoisin sauce... if it were more soy sauce based I would have liked it better. I made the dish with shrimp which did turn out well, but if I attempt again, I will alter the "sauce".
cblwolf Posted: 01/16/10
My whole family enjoyed this dish. It has great take-out flavor for a dish made simply at home. I would probably not make this for a special occasion, but my husband has asked that I add it to the "make again" list! I only had frozen stir-fry veggies on hand, so I thawed those and used them instead of the fresh veggies called for in the dish. It was still delicious! I served it over rice and it was the only thing I served other than fresh fruit.
pdiana Posted: 12/01/10
quick and easy..left out the snow peas and replaced with bokchoy.Added red pepper flakes for more kick. Great sauce
Tashak Posted: 02/15/10
Very good flavor and will be a repeat dish in my house. I did serve it with brown rice since I had some prepared already. I also didn't add the ginger as I'm not a big fan. The only other change I made was to julienne the snow peas, it's easier to eat that way. I also omitted the honey as I think hoisin sauce is very sweet on it's own, I think honey would have made it entirely too sweet.
9167111 Posted: 10/27/10
Meremaid Posted: 08/15/10
Whole wheat spaghetti works great if you can't find rice noodles. This dish was a real winner. REALLY GOOD! Could easily be a repeat favorite.
Shellthiel Posted: 05/08/12
Great Dinner recipe for my family!
lwright311 Posted: 07/04/13
This was pretty good. It was a little bland for my taste. I added a dash of cayenne and soy sauce to the leftovers and served it with brown rice. Those changes made it better.