Recipe by Southern Living magazine
"Note: Fish sauce is found in Asian markets and large supermarkets."
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lean boneless pork chops
vegetable cooking spray
chopped fresh cilantro
chopped fresh mint leaves
green onions, finely chopped
minced fresh ginger
ground red pepper
fresh lime juice
rice wine vinegar
lite soy sauce
1 (16 ounce) package
broccoli slaw mix
cucumber, peeled and sliced
Hot cooked basmati rice (optional)
Garnish: fresh cilantro sprigs
I don't know what I did wrong. It was too salty and sour and the mint was very overwhelming. I can't even begin to imagine how to doctor this one up to make it edible.
I've made this recipe twice now and it was very good the 1st time and even better the 2nd. I used packaged ground pork (you can easily get it at most grocery stores now) and sautéed it with a tbs of olive oil instead of cooking spray and put the red pepper on the pork while it cooked... along with a little salt. I used basil instead of mint both times and used ginger oil the 1st time and grated fresh ginger the 2nd - I think the fresh ginger brought a lot more flavor to the party. I made my own slaw using broccoli stalks (I just happened to have some on hand) along with some julienned carrots I also julienned the cucumber. We love all of the flavors, and the aroma while it's being prepared is absolutely mouthwatering. This is a great dish and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for something easy, tasty and different.
I liked this. It's different salad. I reduced the amount of mint , shredded the cucumber , added some more soy sauce, a bit more fish sauce and mixed it all together rather than layering it. I do think it tasted better with the rice added. I'll make this again sometime. Is a nice light dinner.
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