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This sauce is very flavorful and a cinch to make. I'm not sure why your recipe says 5 or 6 scallions will yield half a cup. My 5 average-sized ones easily made up a full cup, so I shrugged and happily doubled everything. I noticed that many mo hanh recipes on the Internet have neither ginger nor fish sauce---but it's precisely those two ingredients that make yours pop.
Hi Scott -
We appreciate your go-with-the-flow attitude! Since scallions obviously vary greatly in size (some of the ones I've bought lately have been huge!), always best to go with your instinct. I love this sauce on everything and don't really think more scallions would ever be a problem!
The Milk Street Team
I made this tonight. It was delicious. I have cooked udon noodles then toss them with the sauce and shrimp. I will be making this again :)
This sauce is Crazy-Good and a cinch to make! I was out of white sugar, so I substituted natural brown cane sugar and it turned out beautifully. I spooned the sauce over a serving of scrumptious Indian Tomato Rice. (page 181 in The Milk Street Cookbook) The scallions from my garden were beginning to bolt and go to seed so I garnished my meal with the beautiful onion blossom...gee whiz what an amazing flavor bomb in my mouth. I love this scallion sauce! It has a surprisingly complex depth of flavor and is so yummy!
Delicious and so simple to make. Had it on cold, sliced flank steak
Love this, served it overly shrimp, delicious, will use over steak next, lovely recipe