Tasty. And interesting in a I'll-have-another-bowl-to-figure-out-what's-up-with-that kind of way.
You know I love garlic, chili, Chinese food and a slow cooker. This recipe combines them all.
It makes for a great tasting dish and, with the green onion and chow mein noodle garnish, a dish with various textures. In fact, I'd go so far as to say you NEED the garnish to pull this dish together. It takes 4-6 hours in the slow cooker and is a great meal to come home to after work. It's so easy: Just open the cans, dump everything in the slow cooker and listen to your family tell you what a great cook you are. I'll absolutely make this again. And again. And again.
Makes: Serves 8 according to the recipe
Find it: Here: Vegetarian Times Issue: January 1, 2006 p.30 or Here
Tastes: Really good.