This recipe is great on its own, but also perfect for adjusting and experimenting. I've made it at least a dozen times, and finally feel like I've perfected my own version. Definitely try it with freshly grated or minced garlic, I always add a bit of molasses and a splash of sesame oil along with some red pepper flakes. For the people who said that the soy sauce was too salty: I suggest trying a mix of low sodium soy sauce and regular soy sauce. (You might even like it with only low sodium soy sauce but I found it rather bland.)
Thank you for this recipe, it has become a staple at my house and gives me warm, nostalgic feelings remembering my mother making a similar recipe.
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This recipe is great on its own, but also perfect for adjusting and experimenting. I've made...