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"Have tried this recipe a few times. It's a great recipe to start with and tweak according to taste. I stir fry the chicken instead of boiling it, seasoning with McCormick's Montreal Chicken Seasoning, added more oil (coconut oil) to the vegetable stir fry step, used Xiaosing Rice wine instead of white wine, used low sodium soy, then added salt, ..."
"This is not the McCormick Montreal steak seasoning, but it is very good. I've used it on burgers and on pork chops. Red pepper can be adjusted to taste."
"I'm half Chinese and looking for Mom's recipe. This was not quite it, but it was a good substitute. I added a little more oil, salt, pepper, and soy sauce to taste and used leftover roast beef instead of ham. I would make this one again. Even my kids ate it and they are picky eaters."
"This has become a regular recipe with my family. I discovered it about a year ago. I decreased the liquid and used bouillon instead of broth and increased the garlic. You can add a little red pepper if you like a little zing."
"Easy and tasty and quick. I will make it again. My picky 6 year old liked it. I was looking for hamburger helper type recipes without the additives like partially hydrogenated oils. So this one is healthier too. As tasty or tastier than Hamburger Helper Italian mixes."
"As simple as it gets and tasty. Mine was a little bland, but it may have been because I used the "healthy" version of the soup (low salt, etc.) A little added salt or soy sauce went a long way. I will make this again, but might try spicing it up or adding more sauce."