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This was absolutely gorgeous and has gone down as one of my favourite meals. We made alot of alterations however - we didn't use the pork, shrimp, ham or coriander. We just keep this is a chicken dish but the flavours were still delicious.

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KMSAGB March 27, 2010

This is absolutely fabulous! I totally dig the flexibility of this recipe. I've made it a couple times now, each time with slightly different veggies and meats. Someone once told me that this is a recipe used to "clean out the fridge" in South East Asia , and I can see why! Thanks

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themami March 04, 2009

Excellent recipe. I omitted the bell peppers and used Chinese cooking wine instead of sherry because that's what I had. Turned out great! I used a mild Jamaican style curry powder (and plenty of it). Delicious!

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rusticgirl September 07, 2009

Been craving this all week and didn't want to get it from the takeaway again, Great recipe! Once all was prepped took about 10 minutes to cook. I will make this again on the weekend but won't be using the 1/2 cup of chicken broth as this made the dish too wet/soggy. I substituted scallions for spring onion and corriander instead of cilantro. Did not use shrimp as i am allergic and couldnt find the chinese pork/ham in the supermarket. Apart from that this tasted delicious!!!!

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parady91 April 30, 2013

This recipe is amazing. I used only pork. Also, the only veggies I used were onions and the bean sprouts. I did not have chilies, so I used red pepper flakes. This recipe was better than the ones in the Chinese restaurants. I would be making it often.

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Caudain July 16, 2012

Really good! I substituted vidalia onions for the green pepper because I think it has an over powering flavor and I LOVE onions. I also left out the cilantro just because I don't like it.

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RBinSFla March 22, 2012

Delicious!! We didn't add any pork, as we had none on hand, and omitted ginger, because we don't care much for it, but other than that we followed the recipe, and it was so very good! Why eat out when you can have fun cooking such an awesome meal? Yum! Thanks, Grace!

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kupsiks July 19, 2009

This is very good. I didn't know what to expect, though supposed the dish would be fairly strongly curry flavored with the amount of curry powder called for. It does taste of curry, but that's not all. It's a combination of flavors that comes together nicely. Other than leaving out the bell peppers and using somewhat more bean sprouts and less scallion, and Chinese wine for sherry, I followed the recipe faithfully. This was my first time to cook this type of noodle. Thank you for making the experience so good.

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mianbao October 23, 2004

Amazing. Came as close as I could get to the real thing while making it at home myself. Ive made it a few times using various meats. Sometimes just shrimp, sometimes pork, both or just vegetarian. You can control the heat with the amount of chills you add. My parents prefer it very mild, I like mine with a kick. Don't be intimidated by the ingredients list, and try it!

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Joe Jennings August 20, 2014

Delicious! Made it slightly less spicy without the peppers and did't use cilantro. Still came out amazing! Definitely a recipe to keep.

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Joe J. April 03, 2014
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