Stir Fried Sweet and Sour Pork

Use fruits that contain a lot of enzymes to break down and soften the meat. Use balsamic vinegar to make a wonderful sauce to go with the pork.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)
Serves 2 Prep: 15 min Cook: 8 min Nutrition: 400 cals

Ingredients

Kiwi fruit 1
Meat for 2 people
Vegetables as much as you like
Balsamic vinegar (from Modena) 2 tbsp
Soy sauce, white wine (or sake) 1 tbsp each
Dashi granules, tomato puree 1 tsp each

Method

1
Cut the meat into easy bitesize pieces and put into a ziploc bag together with the chopped kiwi fruit. Massage well and keep aside for 10 minutes.
2
Meanwhile, cut the vegetables into bitesize pieces. Mix together the balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, white wine, dashi granules and tomato puree to prepare the sauce.
3
Put 1 tbsp oil into a frying pan and turn the heat on high. When it's hot, add the meat and kiwi fruit and stir fry.
4
After 2 minutes, add the vegetables. If you're using hard vegetables such as broccoli or carrots, put the lid on. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
5
When everything is fully cooked, pour in the sauce ingredients from Step 2 and simmer for 1 minute to reduce.
6
Transfer to a serving dish and enjoy!

Tips & Note

Other suitable fruits that have enzymes that break down the meat (protein) are papaya, pineapple, prunes, figs and apples. If you rub such fruits with the meat ahead of cooking it, the meat becomes soft.

Stir Fried Sweet and Sour Pork

Use fruits that contain a lot of enzymes to break down and soften the meat. Use balsamic vinegar to make a wonderful sauce to go with the pork.

Recipe By: midnight kitchen (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/111)

Serves 2

Prep: 15 min

Cook: 8 min

Nutrition: 400 cals

Ingredients

Kiwi fruit 1
Meat for 2 people
Vegetables as much as you like
Balsamic vinegar (from Modena) 2 tbsp
Soy sauce, white wine (or sake) 1 tbsp each
Dashi granules, tomato puree 1 tsp each

Stir Fried Sweet and Sour Pork

Recipe ID :2645 Posted on 20 MAY 2017

Serves 2

Prep 15min
Cook 8min
Nutrition400cals
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Use fruits that contain a lot of enzymes to break down and soften the meat. Use balsamic vinegar to make a wonderful sauce to go with the pork.

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Method

Prep
15min
Cook
8min
1
Cut the meat into easy bitesize pieces and put into a ziploc bag together with the chopped kiwi fruit. Massage well and keep aside for 10 minutes.
2
Meanwhile, cut the vegetables into bitesize pieces. Mix together the balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, white wine, dashi granules and tomato puree to prepare the sauce.
3
Put 1 tbsp oil into a frying pan and turn the heat on high. When it's hot, add the meat and kiwi fruit and stir fry.
4
After 2 minutes, add the vegetables. If you're using hard vegetables such as broccoli or carrots, put the lid on. Cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
5
When everything is fully cooked, pour in the sauce ingredients from Step 2 and simmer for 1 minute to reduce.
6
Transfer to a serving dish and enjoy!

Tips & Note

Other suitable fruits that have enzymes that break down the meat (protein) are papaya, pineapple, prunes, figs and apples. If you rub such fruits with the meat ahead of cooking it, the meat becomes soft.

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