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"To make this diabetic friendly use sugar free maple pancake syrup and Splenda for the sugar. Hubby could not tell the difference and it can be had guilt free."
"I would suggest using coconut oil to fry these. Coconut oil can take the higher temps without burning or smoking. I use less and can cook my meat longer making sure it gets cooked through. Veg oils alter to cholesterol when heated at high temps. Even olive oil. Here is the 411: http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2003/10/15/co..."
"I use heavy cream and make mine in a sauce pan. I can't remember the chef I saw make them this way but it is my favorite and the flavor is divine."
"I love this recipe! I think the ramen is a much healthier choice than chow mien noodles which are fried and go stale quickly. I think it is appropriate to mention that some package ramen has from 500 to over 3000 mg of sodium per package! One package can be 1/2 to triple the daily recommended maximum of sodium. Just a note for those on a low s..."
"I have okara (pulp) leftover from juicing my chickpeas. This makes the best patties and I even have to add back in some moisture with yogurt or egg or chickpea juice if the okara is too dry but adhere to the rest of the recipe. I make bean juice or pureed beans because hubby only eats them this way. A nice slice of fried green tomato and thous..."
"This is a little different than the Gen. Tso's chicken our restaurant makes. They deep fry it. It is good to use apple cider or rice wine vinegar if it is too sour. For those who don't like Splenda ( I love it) try coconut sugar (supposed to be low glycemic), agave syrup or Nectresse (sweeter than Splenda and has a fruity taste). We u..."
"If you find your rice is sticky you may want to change to a long grain rice like basmati or jasmine. Japanese sticky rice is intentional because that is how it is eaten in Japan with chopsticks (hashi) and for sushi. If all you have is Japanese sticky rice, put the rice in a microwave safe bowl dry, no water at all. Microwave for 2 to 4 minute..."
"Great recipe and if you want make it less deadly here is how I do it. I use the sugar sub instead of sugar and sugar free maple syrup instead of corn syrup. My picky hubby could not tell the difference between the sugar version and the sugar free.: )"