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Pineapple and soy sauce combine to give this dish its sweet-sour flavor.

Source: Everyday Food, January/February 2009
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Bring your meals into balance by serving a modest amount of meat with plenty of veggies.

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  • blackbodhi
    19 AUG, 2011
    I should say that pork took me much more than one minute to cook in the first step (if you follow the recipe, the pork will have only 3 minutes to cook, which was not enough for our tastes). I have added a dash of ginger and chinese 5-spice to the sauce. I have also sprinkled pork with dried ginger, salt and pepper before cooking and let it stand. I was also pretty liberal with the pepper throughout the cooking and the recipe came exactly to my tastes: sweet and sour, with a bit of heat.
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  • Schmooter
    16 MAY, 2011
    This recipe was good and easy to make; however, I found the sauce to be a bit bland - I added a little Hoisin sauce to improve the flavor.
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  • 10x10x10
    16 NOV, 2010
    Have tried this recipe with pork
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  • 10x10x10
    16 NOV, 2010
    Have tried this recipe with pork
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  • smd1227
    25 JAN, 2010
    After reading the comments, I made this adding freshly grated ginger, a little bit of light brown sugar and some toasted sesame oil. Not bad. I would make it again.
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  • karbatt
    12 NOV, 2009
    I also found the sauce to be awfully bland - I'm not sure what would improve it, but I wouldn't make it again.
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  • esp0000
    3 MAR, 2009
    I made this w/chicken for my boyfriend and he loved it. We'll definitely have this for dinner soon again!
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  • dulser
    4 FEB, 2009
    Very tasty and super healthy! Easy to make for a beginner cook. =)
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  • techsan girl
    19 JAN, 2009
    Not bad! Good and quick and colorful. I found the sauce bland, even after adding garlic and ginger. Also, I think if you cook the veggies according to these times, you'd end up with seriously soggy stuff. I did the peppers for 3 minutes and really just tossed the broccoli in until coated.
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  • etawalker
    11 JAN, 2009
    We found this dish rather bland. It's not something I would make again.
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