This teriyaki pork stir fry is pork tenderloin seared to perfection with colorful vegetables in a homemade teriyaki sauce. We eat a lot of stir fries in my house, and this easy and satisfying pork stir fry is one of our favorites. So many amazing colors, flavors and textures all in one dish!
Yes, you can get take-out quality food at home! OK, it whips up in mere minutes providing you have the roast pork already made. That delightful recipe comes from my friends at The Woks of Life.
Roast Pork with Chinese Vegetables was once a very popular American Chinese dish served in virtually all Chinese restaurants. Today, so many authentic Chinese dishes have migrated overseas to the US—Cantonese, Hunan, Sichuan, Shanghainese—that there is a huge selection to choose from. These stir-fries use a small amount of oil relative to what other dishes on Chinese menus call for and have a healthy mix of Chinese vegetables.
Easy to prepare, roasted pork is served with hoisin-seasoned vegetables the first night. The additional pork can be used in chipotle tacos, sandwiches with a Cuban flair or Asian-inspired lettuce wraps. Prep Time: 5 minutes.
Lo mein is a noodle dish that often is confused with chow mein, and many Chinese restaurants further the confusion by using the two names interchangeably. The dishes are similar, both featuring noodles mixed with stir-fried meat and vegetables and a savory sauce. But whereas chow mein refers to parboiled and stir-fried noodles, lo mein refers to noodles that are fully cooked separately and quickly tossed with sauce in the wok.
Recipe by: Nishana Lee. See how to make a classic Chinese-American noodle dish. I stir-fry all the time, and I thought this was delicious, but the cooking times a methods needed a little tweeking!
On a weekend there's no better way to stay warm than with the oven on. Slow roasting is one of the tastiest way to deal with certain cuts and for the pork shoulder, it is the very best treatment to get moist pork and a heavenly crackling. This pork shoulder is infused with Chinese flavours and spices giving your regular pork roast a point of difference. Although I tend to do things at breakneck speed, tapping my feet with eyes darting everywhere, sometimes it's nice to have a break.
Chinese five spice is available from the spices aisle of the supermarket. Allow reserved pork and remaining stir-fried vegetables to cool. Place on separate plates.