Pork Steak Chop Suey

READY IN: 35mins
Recipe by Gwen Sargeant

Mom made this when I was growing up and a favorite among the seven of us. Mom would make it in a deep cast iron frying pan. She would have dad get his serving out and then the rest of us could eat, otherwise dad wouldn't get any. I will suggest something that you may think ewwwww....but try it. Serve this dish with celery stuffed with peanut butter. It is EXCELLENT.

Top Review by Paka1931

I have always made my chop suey, as my Mother did, out of the cans! Never again. I loved this recipe and will use it over and over. I added garlic, sliced broccoli stems, water chestnuts and chopped peppers. The sugar and salt were omitted and the soy sauce was increased to 2T. I like soy! I'm sure this is much healthier than using the canned veggies so thanks for a great and healthy version.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Pour shortening into a hot skillet.
  2. Add the pork steak and seer quickly.
  3. Add onion and fry for 5 minutes.
  4. Add celery, salt, pepper and hot water.
  5. Cover and cook for 5 minutes.
  6. Add drained, LaChoy bean sprouts.
  7. Mix thoroughly and heat to a boiling point.
  8. Add flavoring and thickening ingredients.
  9. Stir lightly and cook 5 minutes.
  10. Can be served over LaChoy chow mein noodles, or over rice.

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