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"%u2665 This! It was soooo good. I used top sirloin cut into small strips and didn't dredge in cornstarch. I sauteed it in my wok in peanut oil. I then discarded the oil and put the meat back in the pan with the sauce. I actually doubled the recipe, used 2# of beef, but only ? of the sauce. I am saving the rest of the sauce for next time. I ..."
"This is delicious and tastes just like my grandpa used to make. I usually buy this in the store, because I thought it would be hard to make, but it was SO EASY. I looked last week and they were selling Juusota for $10.49/lb!!!! I definitely saved money making it myself. I used a cloth baby diaper to strain the curd from the whey, I tried chees..."
"Delicious and so easy to make!! I brought them to work and everyone loved them. I heard over and over again how great it was that they didn't stick to your teeth like other homemade carmels. I would give these ten stars if I could. Wrapping them was the longest part."
"I have to give these 4 stars. I used a fork and mixed them well, and cooked according to the directions, mine were soggy -they never did get firm. They were EXTREMELY sweet. I really liked them, though - just not a 5 star recipe - I was thinking the dough was missing something, but I can't quite put my finger on what it was"
"Delicious!!!! We omitted the garlic powder and used chopped garlic instead. We also added black pepper. We will definitely be having this again!"
"I'm a 'Yooper' and can buy the pasties, but prefer to make them myself. I've always had problems with the crust, but this crust was perfect.To cut down on the cooking time, I use frozen hashbrowns (the cubed ones).I also substituted the lean ground beef with chopped sirloin. Lots of pepper in the mix is the key to a delicious pasty and y..."
"These were VERY good! I didn't have mirin, though - and couldn't find it in any stores here - so I used cooking sherry with a tablespoon of white corn syrup and I used an extra tablespoon of sugar.Even my DH like these, and he says he doesn't like Japanese/Chinese food!"
"I love these hashbrowns. I sautee the onions in the butter - cutting down on cooking time, I also mix everything together rather than sprkinling the cheese on top."