Recipe by National Pork Board
"Don't let the list of ingredients throw you. Once everything is ready, this is a simple dish to prepare. Pork strips are easier to cut if you partially freeze the chops before cutting. Serve with baby corn and hot tea."
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boneless pork chops, cut into stir-fry strips
salsa OR picante sauce
sesame seed, toasted if desired
thinly sliced green onions
hot cooked cellophane noodles or rice
I make this for my boyfriend and I for dinner all the time. We love it! I use brown sugar instead of molasses and chili sauce instead of chili powder. It is best with rice noodles.
Husband's been out of town for a few days, so I wanted to make a nice meal for his return tomorrow. He loves pork tenderloin so I thought I'd give this recipe a whirl. I just made the sauce (to save time tomorrow) and it was NOT good. The flavors don't blend well, and it looks terrible. Sorry, but I'll be searching allrecipes for something else.
Interesting flavor. I couldn't decide on whether I liked it or disliked it, so I just kept eating it. Guess that's a good thing? Thanks for the recipe, I enjoyed trying something a little different!
WONDERFUL! This was very easy to make. With great hesitation, I had guests over to eat this dish the first time I made this. Looking at the ingredients I must say I was quite worried about what this was going to taste like and felt maybe I shouldn't be feeding others with this new dish. I kept everything the same, but just added a little cayenne for some hot factor and some red and green peppers. EVERYONE loved it and are STILL raving about it. My picky hubby said this was the best dish I have ever made!Thank you for a very tasty and easy dish!
I liked this. It's good when you're in the mood for something different. I used spicy salsa so it was good and hot. Very nice.
I wasnt scared of the mix of ingredients, however I am not sure about the sauce. Everyone ate it, and they said they liked it, but maybe they didnt want to hurt my feelings? Little too much PB maybe. It was much better with the dish than on it's own when I first tasted it. Since I wasnt real sure about the sauce, I left my chops whole. Those were very tasty. I had to increase the spices by about 6X (I had about 8 chops) and the sauce I only doubled. Good thing I only doubled that. One would have been plenty. I served the sauce with Orzo because it was all I had. Well I had brown rice but wanted something different than rice. And it was nice to have a little sauce on the chops so it was nice to have that option rather than to dish it all up together. Not sure if I will make again. Need more feedback from the family. But thanks for sharing!
Not bad, but an interesting combination of ingredients, especially in the peanut sauce! I used medium salsa, and the sauce turned out with a bit of a bite but not too much; I think the heat will depend on the salsa you use. It makes more peanut sauce than needed; perhaps I couldve halved it and been fine. However, I did think it was too thick so thinned it with more water several times--I probably added about a cup of water when all was said and done, so that might've done it. I added red peppers and served over Brazilian white rice. A pretty decent meal. Thanks for the recipe!
Quite an easy dish - The sauce is just a spicy version of a peanut sauce (the flavor of the peanut butter dominates). While this one was quite nice, I do know recipes for better ones, so may use a different sauce recipe if I make it in future. The pork was nice, though found I had to cook it for nearly twice as long as stated. Served with rice and stir fry vegetables.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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