I added lots more garlic to this just because of personal taste. I liked the fact that the pork did not get dry the way chicken does in a stir fry. Good recipe.
My dad had a taste for stir-fry, and this recipe really hit the spot. I did make a few changes, but I feel it turned out well. I omitted the mushrooms but added some diced onion. Also, I had some cooked pork leftover from a meal earlier this week so I stir fried the veggies first (a little longer than 3 minutes since we like ours a little softer) and added the pork at the end just to heat it through. For a little zing, I squirted about a tablespoon of Dijon mustard in with the broth/soy sauce mixture. Thank you very much for posting. I look forward to trying this with other veggies like the broccoli and peas shown in Bergy's picture.
Thanks, very good!!, used pork loin from last nights dinner ( 4 cups sliced) broc, cauli, red & Yellow peppers (dont like cooked mushrooms)onions,carrot, celery, 5-6 slices of garlic, 3 cups broth, 2 1/2 soy and 3 TBS cornstarch, added raw cashew at end, YUM!! Oh yeah, added some ginger too
Made this for dinner last night. So good! The only thing I didn't add were the mushrooms since my boyfriend doesn't like them (but I think they sound like a good addition). I was afraid this was going to be really salty like most stir-frys, but it wasn't. It was absolutely delicious!
Love this kind of recipe.I did add more garlic and some grated fresh ginger;it really gives a stir fry some zing. Thanks for posting. Rita
No problem with this recipe - I added some additional veggies and 1 tsp chili flakes. It was delish. Thanks Dancer for another "love it" recipe