Pork Patties Oriental

Pork Patties Oriental

"While on the road, my husband can't find a lot of good Chinese restaurants. So, when he's home, I offer him a variety of Oriental dishes, including this one."
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. In a bowl, combine the first six ingredients; mix well. Shape into four patties. In a large greased skillet over medium heat, brown patties on both sides; drain. Add pineapple and juice, green pepper and onions; bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 10 minutes. In a small bowl, combine vinegar, water, brown sugar and cornstarch; mix well. Add to pineapple mixture. Bring to a boil; boil and stir for 2 minutes. Serve over rice.

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This was great. My husband and I really liked the flavors. I will definitely make again, but will probably make meatballs instead of patties to reduce cooking time. Thanks!

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I made this exactly as the recipe stated, except I made a lot more smaller patties. I thought it was just okay and my 4 year old wouldn't eat it at all. My husband really enjoyed it though.

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This was great. My husband and I really liked the flavors. I will definitely make again, but will probably make meatballs instead of patties to reduce cooking time. Thanks!

I had some ground pork mixture left over from making dim sum so I used the sauce from this recipe to pour over the meatballs. I did add some red pepper flakes because we like spicey and it was ...

The only thing we changed about this, was to just brown the ground pork, and use it as more of a stir-fry dish than patties. Delish!

This was awesome! I didn't feel like grinding pork so I did the old standby and added garlic and ginger S&P to cubed pork and then mixed it with an egg and corn starch and fried it. The sweet an...

These were very good. My hubby and I were both skeptical, but were amazed at the wonderful balance of sweetness. We didn't have canned pineapple, only fresh, so there wasn't as much liquid. I...

This was very tasty; made exactly as written. thanks for posting

I made this exactly as the recipe stated, except I made a lot more smaller patties. I thought it was just okay and my 4 year old wouldn't eat it at all. My husband really enjoyed it though.

We thought this was very good! This had just the right balance of sweet and sour in the sauce, although both my husband and I added a bit of soy sauce to the dish. Next time I'll add more to t...

I had some ground pork in my freezer and had NO CLUE what to do with it. I came accross this recipe and made it for my husband. He loved it!!! It's going in the rotation....so yummy