We have made this for dinner-with-friends & it received great acclaim! We cut the spiciness of it by serving a Ceylon Nejeera tea, but agree some sliced pineapple would be a super accompaniment!
cadeirfardd Posted: 01/10/09
mikegallo Posted: 05/14/09
This recipe is ok, a little bland. I ended up putting in a little more of the chili sauce and some peanuts.
sixlittlegators Posted: 10/19/10
I have been making this for a couple of years now and LOVE it!! My oldest four kids (ages 8-14) all consider this to be one of their all time favorite meals. I always use fresh ginger and a variety of pepper strips. Last night I did not have the soba noodles and just overcooked some spaghetti...worked out great!
HelenStD Posted: 07/11/11
This was delicious. I served it with brown rice instead of noodles, and sauteed snow peas and bean sprouts on the side. I also used fresh ginger and went just slightly heavy on the chili sauce. Next time I might add just a wee bit more. So quick and easy to make, this one is definitely a keeper.
freedomlass Posted: 09/17/11
Quick, easy and delicious, other posters mentioned having pineapple too which I did and oh yes spot on with that, I only cook for myself so had to adjust accordingly which I thought was going to be easy but think I still over did it a little on the soy sauce but I will know next time, and yes there IS going to be a next time.
Hbnoey Posted: 01/11/12
Delicious!!! I added carrots and green bell peppers as well and a little extra fresh ginger.
fannyl Posted: 01/25/13
Fabulous!! My husband and I both loved this dish.