Stir-Fry Pork with Ginger
A simple Chinese dish. The wine and ginger gives the dish its fragrant smell. Best served with warm rice.
Vietnamese Caramelized Pork
My quick home version of one of my favorite recipes. Serve with jasmine rice.
Spicy Pork Stir-Fry
This is Sichuan-style pork stir-fry. Pork plays a major role in many Asian cuisines, where it is prepared in seemingly endless ways. This dish is super spicy, so be sure to serve it with loads of steamed white rice!
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Sweet and Spicy Pork and Napa Cabbage Stir-Fry with Spicy Noodles
The Thai sweet chili sauce gives this dish a sweet and spicy flavor that my kids love. You can adjust the heat level by adding more or less of the sauce or adding additional red pepper flakes, if you like it really hot.
Pork Chop Suey
This is a very easy, tasty recipe. Serve over rice and sprinkle with chopped green onions.
Mu Shu Pork
This is a great dish that I always order whenever I go to Chinese restaurants--and wanted to try making myself. I combined and modified several authentic recipes that I found elsewhere and this is what I came up with. Present as pre-made wraps or have everyone make their own--just don't forget the hoisin sauce, it absolutely makes the dish!
Pork Lo Mein
I was inspired by another recipe that I changed to add more vegetables, ginger, and sesame oil. Add/remove veggies how you see fit.
Hoisin Pork Stir Fry
A sweet and mildly spicy stir fry dish that is easy on the waistline! Can also be made with chicken! Goes great with jasmine rice. I mix and match veggies to whatever I have or whatever I feel like.
Sweet and Sour Pork III
My husband's grandmother was Chinese. She taught me this one. This is the way Gramma made Sweet and Sour all her life (she died 6 years ago at age 94). The secret is apple cider vinegar.
This is a vegetable dish from the Philippines that can be served as an everyday dish or when you have company. Since it also contains pork and prawns, you can eat it as a one-pot meal.
Egg Roll in a Bowl
You might think this was invented to avoid all of that time-consuming wrapping and messy deep-frying, but it wasn't! It was invented by the keto people, because they can't eat egg roll wrappers-but this guy can. So, instead of what's really egg roll filling in a bowl, we're doing the real thing in all of its tasty and textural glory. Garnish with more green onions if desired.