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What a tasty dish! I substituted chow funn noodles for the hokkien noodles since I didn't have those. This didn't seem too spicy at all to me, but had a nice balance of flavors in the sauce. The lime added a nice interest giving a little citrus flavor to the noodles. Quite enjoyable. Thanks!

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Sue Lau March 23, 2003

Very good spicy dish. I didn't know what hokkien noodles were so I subsituted wide egg noodes and I also decreased the amount of shallots and garlic a little. Next time I will probably also decrease the chili sauce a little since this dish was a little too hot for our tastes, but I also may have bought the wrong kind of chili sauce (I bought hot chili sauce instead of sweet).

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ellie_ March 21, 2003

Great Recipe, even the baby liked it, was a little spicy - but good! Added a bit of soya sauce and hoisin sauce in our plates. Thanks!

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Ayame February 26, 2011

Delicious! I reduced the noodles to 8 oz.(used whole wheat spaghetti - blends well with cabbages) and increased the bok choy to 12 oz. We like vegetables! Very nice flavor balance in the sauce. Thanks for sharing! Diane

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dianegrapegrower July 29, 2008

We tried this recipe last night. It is extremely good. The spice was perfect. I used a whole package of Soba noodles. I think it was too much. Once you have everything cut up, it goes together very quickly.

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