- 2 pounds boneless pork shoulder
- 3 cups broccoli florets
- 2 carrots (julienned)
- 2 stalks celery (diced)
- 1 cup snow peas
- 5 ounces water chestnuts (sliced, drained)
- 1 pound spaghetti
- 1/3 cup reduced sodium soy sauce
- 3 cloves garlic (minced)
- 2 tablespoons brown sugar (packed)
- 1 tablespoon sambal oelek (ground fresh chile paste, or more, to taste)
- 1 tablespoon oyster sauce
- 1 tablespoon ginger (freshly grated)
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Valerie 2 months ago
Definitely not for cooking for 8hrs. At 5 hrs it was burning up, and the sauce was dried out. I ended up mixing more sauce and sautéing the veggies with it, then adding the salvageable meat, and then mixing everything with the spaghetti. Added some hoisin sauce to make it a little sweeter. Gave two stars because in theory it should turn out delicious, minus 5 of the slow cooker time.
Avery 4 months ago
terrible.. i mean the meat tasted okay but everythung else is so dry, i even used x2 ingredients of sauce recommend on the recipie. maybe i did something wrong along the way..
Polina 5 months ago
Very tasty and filling. You can easily experiment with the vegetables to make new combinations if you get bored of the same ingredients.
Brian Stockford 5 months ago
It was awesome, used tenderloin instead.
Tab Smith 6 months ago
Really liked this the kids did too I’m not a pork eater either nice fresh healthy recipe
Carla 6 months ago
It was great! Could do without the snow peas. Husband says it needs more sow sauce. Will definitely make again.
Blair Polly 6 months ago
Needs way more sauce and we only used 1/2 pound of noodles and it still felt like too much. Delicious recipe though! Super easy
shannon b. 6 months ago
Agreed that the double-the-sauce approach was the way to go. I added mushrooms and skipped the pasta. Makes a lot of food. Be sure to do low sodium on the soy sauce! Veggies needed more time, so I steamed them separately and added them back. May add cornstarch next time to thicken the sauce, as I kept the mushroom water from the cans.
Ann 6 months ago
I used regular soy sauce and would recommend sticking to reduced sodium as stated in recipe. Was a bit too salty, but otherwise delicious and family really liked it
Hannah Wright Michaels 6 months ago
Tastes great!! Used pork chops instead. Followed suggestions from previous commenters to double sauce and increase veggie cook time.
Theresa Singleton 6 months ago
Doubled the sauce as warned and used a butt roast. Mine didn't fall apart but it was still quite juicy. Great flavor
Adrianna Gallagher 6 months ago
so good! but definitely need to double the sauce
Jenny 6 months ago
This was great. I used chicken thighs and sautéd the veggies and added them at the end with the soba noodles. I used gochujang instead of oyster and sanbal sauce.
Eric Kilburn 6 months ago
Was not expecting it to be delicious but it very much was! Flavors were subtle and blended so well together. Flat noodles would probably work better than spaghetti noodles.
Sierra Berge 6 months ago
It was a little dry so I’m doubling the recipe for the sauce and it’s perfect
Hollie Chris McEwen 7 months ago
goood Like the recipes a lot
Gregory Seremetis 7 months ago
Added more sauce based on the feedback and it was a good call. Veggies needed a bit more time cooking but overall great dinner.
Danielle Kaune Reicks 7 months ago
Ok not our favorite Doubled the sauce but it was still not the best
C Galindo 8 months ago
This recipe was another huge success. I also doubled on the sauce and it was perfect! I made this for a holiday party and everyone loved it!! Thank you for your help!
Janet Taulbee 8 months ago
Surprisingly good! Definitely a keeper.
AllstarHomeChef 8 months ago
Easy preparation, tasty!
Nadia 8 months ago
Family enjoyed it! Going to double the sauce recipe next time as it didn’t seem there was enough to truly flavor the noodles.
Wass 8 months ago
delicious!!!! would totally make it again. this will remain on our list for sure.
cassie 8 months ago
Really yummy!!! Making this again tonight
Jeannette Bazal 9 months ago
Delicious! A hit with my husband and 2 teenagers. Definitely a keeper!
YooperBSN 9 months ago
Sauce to stuff ratio was too low. would possibly double the sauce mixture. would also add baby corn. cooking times on high are off too. i would recommend 4-5 hours on high to render out more fat and break down more of the collagen in the meat. would also increase the sambal oelek to 2 tbsp. serve with a little kimchi to take this to another level!
Cindy Willman 10 months ago
Wonderful! I used about a third of the ginger. Not a big ginger fan. And it took longer for the veggies to get tender. Other than that it was very Yummly! Will definitely make again!
Millie 10 months ago
Very good Will try it out again
Vincent Gravel a year ago
It tastes exactly like a good take-out. I cleaned up my plate, got seconds and ate unil my belly hurt :D
Sally a year ago
This dish was very good and great for those nights when my son has a sporting event after a day at work. Even with the added step of adding the veggies, dinner was served in less than 30 minutes. I partially cooked the noodles and added to the crockpot to finish cooking for an even flavor.