I have been tasked with making a pork stir fry, I have the basic ingredients, pork loin, hoisin, oyster sauce, s oy sauce, a variety of veggies and mushrooms, chow mein noodle, rice noodle, basmati rice, msg, and pretty much any thing else is within the realm of possability. I have also have a wok. how would you guys go about making it?
>>19719621Pork Stir FryPREP TIME20minutes minutesCOOK TIME20minutes minutesTOTAL TIME45minutes minutesSERVINGS4AUTHORHolly NilssonPork Stir Fry will be your next go-to for Asian-inspired dishes!Ingredients12 ounces pork loin chops or pork tenderloin cut into ½" strips1 tablespoon cornstarch2 tablespoons vegetable oil divided4 cups mixed vegetables4 cloves garlic minced1 teaspoon ginger minced⅔ cup canned pineapple chunks in juice *reserve juice for sauceSauce⅓ cup water⅓ cup pineapple juice from pineapple chunks above or orange juice¼ cup low sodium soy sauce2 tablespoons brown sugar½ teaspoon sriracha optional1 teaspoon sesame oil1 tablespoon cornstarch for slurryInstructionsSeason pork with salt & pepper and toss with 1 tablespoon cornstarch. Refrigerate 15 minutes (while you prepare the remaining ingredients).Combine all sauce ingredients except cornstarch and set aside.Heat 1 tablespoon of oil over medium-high heat in a large pan. Stir fry pork in small batches until browned, (it does not need to be cooked all the way through). Remove from pan and set aside.Add more oil to the pan if needed and add vegetables. Stir-fry until tender-crisp, about 3-4 minutes. Add garlic and ginger and cook for 30 seconds or until fragrant. Remove the vegetables from the pan.Add the stir fry sauce and bring to a simmer.Combine 1 tablespoon cornstarch with 2 tablespoons water and whisk into the boiling sauce a little bit at a time to reach desired consistency.Add pork, pineapple and vegetables back to the pan and let simmer 2 minutes or just until heated through.Serve with rice or noodles.NotesPrep all ingredients before beginning, stirfry comes together quickly.Pork can be served at 145°F, a little bit of pink is ok and keeps the pork tender and juicy.Sesame oil adds great flavor to this recipe, ensure you're using toasted sesame oil.
>>19719621>s oy sauceUnironically kill yourself.
>>19719632Go back to your fast food thread you nigger
>>19719634>gets called a tourist>immediately confirms he doesn't understand anything about /ck/ board culture
>>19719632whats wrong with soy sauce?
>>19719645>doesn't know /ck/ doesn't filter soyBack to pol with you
>>19719634they should mark foreigns with a big scarlet letter
>>19719662You replied to the wrong post, dum dum.
>question about cooking on a cooking board>1 copy/paste recipe>7 posts arguing over a space between an s and o. never change /ck/ you're doing great.
>>19719692I made that recipe. It was awesome. That's why I posted it