this was SO GOOD. the only thing - is the 1/2C. rice wine vinegar HAS TO BE A TYPO. I read through the comments about too much vinegar, so I was careful to add it bit by bit .. I followed this recipe except for these minor tweaks.. I used only 1/4. C rice wine vinegar .. any more would've been too much.. I used olive oil instead of canola oil..fresh ginger..instead of orange juice I used orange marmalade.. (the only difference is it's a bit sweeter and has orange chunks in it)...omitted the salt as the soy sauce has enough saltiness in it .. and then for the veggies I used broccoli, snow peas, water chestnuts, minced red pepper and julienned carrots.. I used some thinly sliced top sirloin that I fried up in more sesame oil, and this would be really good with any kinds of nuts!! I used sesame, but toasted almonds, cashews, or some praline peanuts would all be really tasty! I used linguine, but next time I might try vermicelli or even sauteed Ramen noodles.. leftover chicken would work good for this recipe as well, and leftover roast pork.. also, for the sauce, make sure you ladle it on at the end and not just pour all of it on .. I had about 1/3 of the sauce left .. it pools at the bottom of the bowl so stir well before serving... other than that it tastes like something you would get at Edo!! (Japanese fast food place in Canada) fun recipe to play with .. I'll keep this one
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this was SO GOOD. the only thing - is the 1/2C. rice wine vinegar HAS TO BE A TYPO. I read...