I could not have asked for a better ending to a targeted low calorie day (just left off the rice for me)! I substituted water chestnuts for bamboo shoots, and yellow onion for green onions, otherwise made as directed. The sauce had a nice kick. We loved everything about this dish! Thanks for sharing!
I agree with other reviewers that this recipe turned out way too salty. Our family had to drink lots of water after this meal. I would not recommend it...the amount of soy sauce is too strong.
This dish was amazing! Just like the restaurant! I even shared some with my neighbor. I added julienned carrots and one seranno pepper. 100% making this again sometime
I made this for dinner tonight. We found it quite tasty. I added chopped sweet onion, fresh garlic, baby bok choy, celery as well as the other vegetables. Didn't fry with sesame oil, I used canola oil. I added sesame oil at the end.
My entire family loves this dish. The pork was so tender and the marinade was easy. Good enough for company. I will definitely keep this recipe handy.
unbelievable salty!!! had to throw away
I made this for dinner tonight and it was a hit! I should have used a non stick skillet because the sauce stuck to the bottom of my stainless steel skillet while cooking the pork and I ended up switching to my nonstick to cook the veggies and finish the dish. I had to add some bottled teriyaki sauce to make up for what stuck in the first skillet. I did switch u p the veggies I used regular onion and thinly sliced carrots. Even with the problems I had it was fantastic! Thanks for posting!
Easily a 5 star. I cut the pork tenderloin into chunks, marinated for a couple of hours, then strung onto skewers and grilled on the barbie. I also cut up vegetables into chunks (onions, celery, green peppers, red peppers, zucchini and mushrooms, drizzled an oil based salad dressing, marinated and grilled on the barbie. Served over rice. No left overs. :( Was excellent. This one's a keeper. I will repeat this recipe often. Thanks.
Granddaughter wanted Stir Fry. I had a pork roast, snow peas and a little bit of soy sauce. Decided to go for it. Missing the ginger, I added a couple tablespoons of sesame ginger salad dressing and a tsp. of Chinese 5 Spice Powder. Sure smelled good so far. We lacked the green onion, so I cut up a couple slices of red onion. So all together I put in mushrooms, red onion, snow peas, zucchini and three small sweet peppers. Cooked the mushrooms and onions in with the pork. Microwaved remaining veggiies until crisp tender (about 1 min 45 seconds) in a gallon zip lock bag. Mixed all together. Cooked until steaming hot and put over jasmine rice and WOW! Thanks for the great recipe start. Went together so easy. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.
I didn't have snow peas so I substituted mushrooms and zucchini and made half as much sauce and a little less red pepper flakes BUT it was really good!!