Recipe by Christine L.
"This simple dish is a good accompaniment for grilled chicken or tofu."
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1 (8 ounce) package
fresh shiitake mushrooms, stemmed and sliced
red bell peppers, sliced
grated fresh ginger
chopped fresh parsley
This was a big hit in our family. Even my 21 month old daughter liked it. The sauce is a little tart, so you may want to add some sugar. Because my husband and I are on diets I did not. I ate the left overs cold with some left over chicken mixed in and that was good too.
As is, just so-so. But a few slight additions make it outstanding. Swap unspecified vegetable oil for sesame -- much tastier -- and add some sprinkles of green onion or minced garlic and it's lovely.
This was easy. I sauteedthe vegetables using cooking spray. It was ok but I won't make it again.
I love reading the reviews to recipes. It certainly highlights the diversity of individual tastes. For those who found this recipe bland, there's no reason you can't add spicy items. Afterall, recipes are not written in stone.
Overall, very tasty and a great base to adjust to suite your tastes. I used angel hair pasta and sauteed my veggies with a little garlic. I also used low sodium soy sauce and opted for sesame oil vs. veg. oil. I also added a little sugar to the "dressing" and tossed to coat. I topped it with chopped green onion and toasted sesame seeds.
Was very easy but also very bland and tasteless. I love flavorful Asian food and there was nothing here to suggest that it was close to Asian for me. Good for people who don't like spicy (or Asian) food.
I thought the sauce for this was not tasty at all. I would not recommend this recipe to anyone.
Made as stated and added garlic and green onions. I thing it went over well, just needed a little more soy since it had a stronger vinegar overtone than I'd like. After adding extra soy it was great.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 45
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