I love stir fry! It is doesn’t matter whether it is a Pork Stir Fry, or beef, chicken or vegetables. I also love to cook them.
There is something fun about shaking the skillet or wok.
Stir-frying was apparently originally a Chinese cooking technique.
The process spread through American Chinese communities and then
Stir frying results in food being cooked just right. Not over-cooked where all the nutrients have been cooked out of the food.
fried meals are often recommended as both healthy and appealing, especially for
their use of vegetables in combination with pork, beef and fish.
This particular pork stir fry recipe is a bit spicy but it is also a favorite restaurant recipe. You can use just about any vegetables you have on hand. This gives us a great deal of flexibility. And yes, the restaurant recipe will work with beef or chicken if you prefer.
I use naturally grown pork for all the recipes and for this particular stir fry, I use thin sliced pork.
To cut down on the “heat,” you can reduce the amount of cayenne pepper.
Preparation time: 15 minutes. Serves 5-6 depending on portion.
Serve this stir fry with Jasmine rice, Basmati rice or brown rice. :-)
Enjoy your restaurant pork recipe and the company of those you share it with!
Did you know? The term “stir-fry” was introduced into the English language in a cookbook "How to Cook and Eat in Chinese" in 1944.