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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.

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kac2002 December 01, 2008

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.

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KateL April 08, 2014
Chop Suey Retro 60's Style