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This is great. This is the way my Mom made what we called chow mein back in the 50's. It was our favorite meal.
Very mild and pleasant dish, DH went back for seconds. MDM didn't have a p.c., so I have no memories of this "back when." This stretches pork very well. Served with Quick Parboiled Rice - 2-Qt. Pressure Cooker, which can be made during the 10 minutes at pressure in a 2-liter/quart pressure cooker, as long as the rice has already been rinsed. I think the recipe would benefit from some amounts for the flour, salt and pepper (1/4 cup, 1/2 tsp., and 1/4 tsp. respectively). I cooked at 15 psi, which is the norm for pork and allowed the pressure to reduce naturally. I then had to reheat the mixture after adding the vegetables to enjoy a hot meal. My 5-liter p.c. had plenty of room to cook this recipe. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup tag game.