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You can also serve this Asian dish over Chinese noodles or steamed rice.

Source: Everyday Food, October 2003
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  • ludamis
    31 JAN, 2018
    Pretty good recipe. First time I made it almost as is - didn't add sugar, possibly didn't add vinegar & used less soy sauce, but added a bit of Trader Joe's Sesame Soy Ginger Vinaigrette at the end. It was good, but barely any sauce.The second time I used more garlic - about 5 cloves, I probably used less ginger, but in addition to making it into matchsticks I also grated some of it on a micro plane. After sauteing onion, garlic & ginger, I deglazed the pan with some sake. Again, I used less soy sauce and added a whole bunch of vegetables simply because I had a little bit of each left over that needed to be used up - celery, mushrooms, fresh baby spinach, zucchini, sauteed some of the scallions, chicken broth to make more sauce, did not add any sugar or vinegar, but added that Sesame Soy Ginger Vinaigrette at the end. It was really tasty & chock full of veggies.Wish I had some bean sprouts to add. Basically, you can make almost as is for a quick meal, but I would definitely be adding broth to make more sauce or you can add a bunch of veggies to make it healthier & more filling. Really whichever veggies you like would work. I really liked the ones I added & will try to have them on hand next time I make this dish. Asparagus should work well in it, broccoli, etc.
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  • MS12223437
    17 MAR, 2016
    Just made this for dinner tonight. Was very good, easy and approved by all.
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  • AudreyChicago
    28 APR, 2015
    Definitely double the sauce. I added carrots and it added a really nice sweetness and worked with the ginger very nicely. Will defnitely add MORE broccoli and carrots so I can fill up without the starches .
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  • KristinSuzy
    26 NOV, 2012
    Great recipe. I added fried zucchini at the end and it was delicious. I liked the other reviewer's idea to add broccoli, and maybe carrots too. I'm definitely making this again.
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  • Eviebelle
    5 FEB, 2012
    This is great. The sauce has an excellent, sweet flavor. I doubled it, too. I also added broccoli, which was a nice touch.
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  • Taitter
    28 JUL, 2011
    This is a great, easy recipe. Served mine over brown rice. Must be a fan of ginger though!
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  • MS10405701
    6 JUL, 2011
    Quick and easy, super recipe, very tasty and all the ingredients where in my fridge and pantry. Served over steamed rice and a vegetable made for a wonderful meal. Done in 30 minutes, will prepared this recipe again and again, My family called this recipe a "KEEPER", Thanks Martha...
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  • kcyr1
    20 MAR, 2011
    Delicious!!! I doubled the sauce as recommended by other posts, tossed in noodles and steamed broccoli once everything was ready, made for a great well-balanced meal! I was tempted to use agave syrup rather than sugar, but decided to stick to the recipe, think I'll try it next time.
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  • backfat
    15 OCT, 2010
    Fairly easy and very yummy recipe. I reduced the sugar in the sauce to 1 teaspoon, but that's my taste. Definitely recommend this recipe, especially if you like ginger!
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  • debnap
    1 MAY, 2010
    Wonderful!! I was worried there might be to much onion in this dish but if they are cooked per the recipe, for 8 to 10 minutes, the onions get brown and sweet. I also sprinkled a little corn starch near the end to thicken the delicious sauce. Tip: I keep fresh, whole ginger in the freezer and it keeps forever and is always available. This one's a keeper!!
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