I use Thai-style sweet chilli sauce to give this stir fry a bit of a kick. You can adjust the chilli flakes to your taste if you want more heat.
Simple, nutritious, delicious. Even delicious without the meat, if you're feeding veggos. - 31 Jul 2015
I was looking for a recipe to use some pork tenderloin strips I had in the freezer. I hit the jackpot. I took this over to a casual family dinner and they said it was the best stir fry they had ever had. The only thing I ommitted was the ginger because I don't like it, and I put a few more carrots and only 2 red peppers but followed exactly otherwise. I used the Chinese noodles but a thin spaghetti would also work fine. Very very good. Thank you. - 03 Feb 2009 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I made this last night with a couple of modifications. I used spaghetti instead of chinese noodles because that is what I had on hand. I also used fresh garlic and ginger- taste so much better then the dry. I used green onions instead of the white- just personal preference. I used only 1 Tablespoon of the sweet chile sauce and the rest I used the garlic chili sauce- we like spicy more than sweet. Instead of napa I used regular cabbage because I had that on hand from a corned beef. This is a forgiving recipe and you can really add or subtract your flavors, veggies and spiciness based on your personal preferences. It made a HUGE amount of food. Thanks for sharing. - 17 Mar 2010 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)