Spicy Pork Stir-Fry
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
I made this but used broccoli, peppers,, carrots, mushrooms, onion, scallions and zucchini and it was DELICOUS! My 11yr old said "mom this is a keeper recipe" so thank you we will be having this more often.
We really enjoyed this pork stir fry. The marinade was very good. I added a bag of frozen stir fry vegetables. When cooking the pork, I used 1/2 c. water to deglaze the pan after cooking the meat, then added a few tablespoons of sesame oil. My husband does not care for rice, so I served it on top of angel hair pasta tossed in a bit of sesame oil, salt and pepper. It was quick and easy and I will make this again.
the smell was straight out of a Chinese carry out, reminded me of the beef with snow peas my brother and I used to fight over. Followed previous suggestions and tripled the sauce, adding water while the meat cooked to maintain consistency. Added 1/4 tsp salt against suggestions and definitely suggest never adding salt. Maybe even cutting the soy sauce content, and use original recipe's amount of cayenne pepper. Any type of meat could be used. Be wary of cooking all the veggies for the same time. I cooked carrots first, added onions after a little bit, then garlic and finally snow peas.
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I tripled the sauce recipe and added 1/2 c water, not enough sauce or flavor otherwise. I used chicken instead of pork. The cayenne sounds hot but it is just nice and zippy. Thoe colors of orange and green are nice.
I thought this recipe was good...but I made a few adjustments. I doubled the soy, sugar, ginger, and cayenne pepper (I didnt use salt..I think there is enough in soy). Also, I used broccoli, julienned carrots, green peppers and snow peas- just what I had. I added water as the pork was cooking when the skillet got dry...this created more of a sauce. Lastly, instead of just using canola to stir fry the veggies, I threw in a little dark sesame oil. I will make this my standard stir fry recipe! Yummy!!
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