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"This recipe is excellent as is, but I put the beef slices in the freezer for 15 minutes on a wire rack after I put cornstarch on them- it really helped them crisp up in the pan."
"This is a fantastic recipe. I altered this a little to use for 1-inch think bone-in chops. I just chopped the garlic finely and included it in the marinade (I marinated for 3 hours), then pan-fried the chops. I set aside some of the sauce to brush on them while cooking.
I also skipped the butter in the glaze... I'm sure ..."
"This is a great recipe! I didn't change the ingredients for the sauce much, although I did add veggies: After the chicken was cooked, I added some thin slices of jalapeno (we like things spicy around here) and some snow peas to the wok and let those cook for about 5 minutes before I added the sauce and finished off the chicken. The chicken on..."
"Amazingly delicious for how easy it is. It has a pho-like feel, although I would imagine it's closer to pho ga than to beef pho. At any rate it will soothe a cold and any craving you might have for Asian soup (I crave Asian soup often, myself!). I subbed sesame oil for peanut and super-thin rice vermicelli for the bean threads and it came out amaz..."
"Indian food doesn't get easier than this. I doubled the garlic and used diced tomatoes canned in tomato juice (I put the contents of the can into the blender and pureed it for about 20 seconds). Fantastic with naan!"
"Very tasty! I took CraftScout's advice and skipped the extra salt. I also cut some carbs and calories by subbing two large turnips for the potatoes. The turnip pieces came out very tasty and tender."
"This recipe even saved salmon that was on the verge of going bad! Like some of the other commenters, I halved the oil and it came out great."
"This has become one of my standby recipes! Well worth the time investment. I usually omit the celery and add parsnips. I also put the potatoes in sooner (about 45 min into the total cooking time) to get them as soft as I want."