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This was fabulous. I used homemade seitan in lieu of the beef (we're veg) and vegetarian oyster sauce and the end result was just terrific. I'd previously made the Mongolian Beef from Woks of Life -- it was good, but not exactly what we were after. Thank you for combining the recipes and giving us perfect!

Ann Thibeault

I just looked and I have all the ingredients including some thin sliced rib eye that I bought for something else and haven't used yet. I think this just might be on the menu tonight or tomorrow night. Thanks Judi.


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MEET JUDI FRIZZLE STOWELL, and The Last Wonton recipe collection, an edible ode to joy. A happy cooker, eater, drinker, celebrator, wanderluster, writer and blogger, with flip-flopped feet firmly planted on a glorious hillside perch in the beautiful Okanagan, and a spirit that is home-sweet-home and forever frolicking in the unbridled Aloha of the beguiling Big Island of Hawaii. Gloriously content with the knowledge that when making a batch of wontons the first wonton is a bit of an awkward struggle and last wonton in all it's picture perfect deliciousness is made with easy finesse. And a quiet Ta! Da!
CamarĂ³n Rebosada with Mango Pineapple Sauce