A takeout favorite gets a healthy makeover! This dish is easily paleo or gluten free, and comes together in no time!
What people says about this recipe?
Kristi Chaplik; This was delicious…I used coconut aminos and did not have the thickening agent on hand but it turned out amazing. My teenagers approve as well…
Briana Catanoso; I used filet and only had ground ginger on hand so I used about 3/4 tsp. Absolutely delicious dish. I served with organic rainbow fingerling potatoes seasoned with Himalayan salt, pepper, oregano and rosemary 🙂
Allison Faber; This was easy and delicious. I did add about a teaspoon of syrup to cut the saltiness a bit. Make sure you use low sodium products!
Jeanette Morales; Super yummy! I used liquid aminos and was still pretty salty. I’ll probably lower the amount and up the water a bit. Delicious reheated the next day for lunch.
Chaniece Penn; So good! I used low sodium Tamari and think next time I will use a little less or maybe dilute it with some water… The broccolini absorbed it ALL.
Christy Braden; I used ponzu sauce instead of soy, doubled the amount of ginger and put slices of Jalapeños in the sauce for a kick. I also added snow peas to the dish. It was delicious!
Alexandria Bath; Really yummy! I used regular broccoli and arrowroot. I also added a little sesame oil and seeds.