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Pork Honey Oriental

Pork Honey Oriental created by Jen T

A super-tasting pork dish, that's easy to put together... with just the right combination of flavors.

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  • Cut the pork in 1" squares; brown in a large skillet, stirring frequently (about 15 minutes).
  • Add in the fresh garlic 3 minutes before the 15 minutes is up, stir with the pork.
  • In a bowl, combine gravy mix, water, honey, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger, salt and pepper.
  • Add to skillet; cover and simmer for about 20 minutes.
  • Add in carrots, cook 10 minutes.
  • Add in onion and green pepper, cook for another 5-10 minutes.
  • Serve up with rice.
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  1. Jen T
    Pork Honey Oriental Created by Jen T
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  2. Jen T
    A really unusual blend of flavours with no one flavour dominating. Very easy to make and was certainly enjoyed by us. I only had just over 1lb (650g) of meat but used the full amount of all other ingredients. I used a pkt of 'Maggi' gravy mix for pork in place of the french brown gravy mix as I couldn't get that here in NZ. This has gone into my keepers file and I am also going to try this recipe using other meats such as chicken or lamb. Thank you for posting :)
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  3. Jen T
    A really unusual blend of flavours with no one flavour dominating. Very easy to make and was certainly enjoyed by us. I only had just over 1lb (650g) of meat but used the full amount of all other ingredients. I used a pkt of 'Maggi' gravy mix for pork in place of the french brown gravy mix as I couldn't get that here in NZ. This has gone into my keepers file and I am also going to try this recipe using other meats such as chicken or lamb. Thank you for posting :)
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  4. Kiwipom
    Really enjoyed this. Nice subtle flavours. Served over basmati rice.
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  5. Kittencalrecipezazz
    A super-tasting pork dish, that's easy to put together... with just the right combination of flavors.
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