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"I've made this several times as written, including the tips in the final step about adding garlic powder and a little bit of sesame oil right at the end. I never have fresh ginger on hand so I just add a bit more ground ginger, and I use low sodium soy sauce. It's really good and definitely does satisfy that Chinese food craving. It's still mis..."
"Liked this one! It tasted a bit heavy of soy sauce so I might try and reduce the amount of soy sauce and up the sugar a bit next time, but I'll definitely be trying this again to play with it. I dumped the bag into a wok and stirfryed it instead of baking in the oven, and it worked great."
"This came out very bland. I was hoping for some of the sweetness other reviewers complained about but I didn't really taste much of anything. I ended up getting out some sweet & sour sauce to at least have some flavour."
"The chili powder my family uses is really spicy so I was a little nervous about putting it in, but I wish I had put more in. The flavours came out really, really mild. I didn't get a really strong hit of chili or of maple. I think next time I will do as other reviewers have mentioned and add more chili powder red pepper flakes. I had this wi..."
"I love this recipe. My dad got it from somebody he works with. I have made it with Diet Mt. Dew before to try to cut down some of the calories... but then I add more calories back in by mixing together some powdered sugar and Mt. Dew and making a little icing for the top. So bad for me, but so so SO yummy."
"I liked this a lot! The flavour wasn't what I expected but I liked it. Instead of baking in a dish in the oven, I dumped the entire bag into a wok pan to stir-fry. I scaled this way, way down to make just one serving (just me!) and I think next time I will add just a bit more to get a bit of extra sauce. I added some water to the wok pan twice..."
"These really are the best lemon bars I've ever had. They are SO soft and so deliciously sweet, and taste just lemon-y enough. I also use the rind of a whole lemon. These are fantastic and a hit whenever I take them anywhere - family get togethers or work events."
"This was awesome! I cut a small slice after letting it rest about 15 minutes, poured caramel sauce over it, topped it with whipped cream, and I could have been struck by lightening while munching it and died happy. I put a crust shield on with about 25 minutes to go, and covered the whole pie with foil with about 15 minutes left - it is perfect."