Pork Stir Fry

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If you follow us on Facebook, then you saw the beautiful red, yellow and orange sweet peppers we had recently on sale.  Those little peppers are so versatile.  I often just grab one or two as a snack while I’m at the market.

After posting the picture, I realized we haven’t eaten stir fry at home in a while.  I cut up a couple of red and yellow peppers and half of one green bell pepper for the stir fry.  A small purple onion was added to the pan with Olive Oil for a few minutes until fragrant.  Then the peppers were added for about 3 minutes.

For this stir fry, I sliced pork chops into bite size pieces and added them to the pan with the onions and peppers.  My favorite mix of ingredients for stir fry includes: Mirin, Soy Sauce and Oyster Sauce.  I used about 1/4 cup each and a sprinkle of salt on the meat.

First add the Mirin and the Soy Sauce.  Save the Oyster sauce for the last 5 minutes of cooking so it coats the meat.


We topped our pork stir fry with crushed red pepper for an extra little kick.  I know avocados are not very “oriental”, but this is what happens when you grow up eating avocados with almost every meal.  🙂

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