Pork and Ginger Stir Fry with Bean Sprouts and Garlic. Change up your weeknight meal routine with this quick and easy garlic ginger pork stir fry! Pretty good and easy to make. I added snow peas and bean sprouts.
Chopping rather than mincing garlic and ginger stop them from sticking and burning on the extremely hot skillet. Good general tip for stir fries! This Chinese pork stir-fry is deliciously flavourful, with garlic, ginger, soy sauce and onions, plus it's packed full of tasty vegetables – so it's healthy too! You can have Pork and Ginger Stir Fry with Bean Sprouts and Garlic using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Pork and Ginger Stir Fry with Bean Sprouts and Garlic
- You need 1 bag of Bean sprouts.
- Prepare 1 clove of Sliced garlic.
- It’s 200 grams of Sliced pork.
- It’s 3 of tablespoons, 2 tablespoons each of mirin and sake ★ Soy sauce, mirin, sake.
- Prepare 1 of knob ★Grated ginger.
Add in the stir-fry sauce, noodles, spring onions, bean sprouts and stir fry for a further minute and serve immediately. Cover the wok, and cook for two minutes. Shake the wok occasionally to keep the pork from sticking. Remove the cover, and then add the soy sauce.
Pork and Ginger Stir Fry with Bean Sprouts and Garlic instructions
- Cut the stems off the bean sprouts, wash and drain well. Slice the garlic..
- Marinate the pork in the ingredients marked ★..
- Heat oil in a pan, add garlic, and when it becomes fragrant….
- …add bean sprouts, salt and pepper, and fry for 30 seconds over strong heat..
- Transfer to a plate and wipe the pan with a paper towel..
- Fry the meat while loosening it. If there is any sauce left over, add that to finish..
- Place on top of the bean sprouts and you're done!.
Bean sprout stir fry is a traditional dish you'll see in Chinese households on the Mainland. And while it might not look that exciting, it tastes better than it looks. I love to serve my bean sprout stir fry on the side of just about any main dish. Scooping up the sprouts with a bite of rice together makes it all. Many pork stir fry dishes contain unnecessary carbs and sugar.