Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
Basically good but lacking in flavor compared to what we get at chinese restaurant. Needs more spices in sauce and more onions.
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I had leftover fruits and nuts from making fruit cakes. I made the batter in this recipe, then added the fruit mixture as I desired plus about a third cup of whiskey. They were delicious!
Deliciously flavored sauce.... I used 93% hamburger and added thinly sliced tri-color bell peppers to the ingredients. I passed hot chili oil at the table because we love spicy!!!
We had this the other night and it was a winner! I did make some of the suggested additions from others. As I did not have any hoisin sauce available I added about 2 cloves garlic, and 2 tablespoons of brown sugar. It seemed a little sweet so added some rice wine vinegar to tame it down. Also added chili garlic sauce as we like things on the spicy side. All in all it turned out to be a big winner at our house and will definitely make again. I did add cornstarch (2-3 tablespoons) to the sliced meat while it was waiting to be cooked. That seemed to add to the thickening of the sauce.
Bland and tasteless. The proportions for the sauce were off.... it needs something, a lot of somethings. If you're looking for a good ethnic recipe, I don't recommend TOH. You can, as someone suggested, add veggies if you like. But what it needs is less sesame oil, a touch of rice wine, a bit of sweet tanginess; something to excite the palate. Otherwise this is just a sort of beef stew.
Good stuff add veggies
Very good! Will make again.
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