added sliced celery, mushrooms, and at the end some cilantro with the tops of the chives - great dish
Good recipe, but it becomes great when the pork strips are marinated for 24 hrs. in hoisin, honey, lime juice, soy, grated ginger and paprika. Nothing bland about the result - as complained by some reviewers. And lo mein egg noodles are a perfect companion. Carl
Quick, easy, delicious. Next time, however, I will brown the pork in 3 installments rather than all @ once so it will brown/not lower the temp. I served with lo mien noodles and hubby took leftovers to work!
Simple but taste is very good. Easy to prepare.
This is a really great recipe. It is now a favorite and I have served it five times. Love your recipes and will be buying a subscription to the magazine soon. Doris
With the addition of a teaspoon of hot bean paste, this is a delicious stir fry with deep flavor. Easy to prepare because of the small amount of ingredients to chop.
I think the flavors are well balanced. Overcooked the Napa the first time. Was better prepared the second time and it was nice and crunchy in the dish. I agree with other reviewers that you could add a pinch of red pepper flakes to give it some more zip, but I loved it just like it was.
Substituted Kale for the Cabbage and made homemade Hoisin Sauce. Great recipe, needs a bit of salt and agreed that a bit of hot sauce would work as well.
This is a go-to in our house. Easy and delicious, and arguably even better the next day for yummy lunch leftovers.
This is a doozy, great taste, and the napa cabbage leaves behind a delicious, nourishing broth. A easy healthy treat the kids will love!!!!
It’s a great dish for a weekday family dinner. The flavor is not overpowering so my kids liked it too. It took approximately 25 minutes from start to finish.
I've made this twice. Delicious!
This was OK, but the flavors were a little bland so I served it with srircacha (sp?) sauce to add a little zip.