Stir-fried Pork with Onions and Beans Sprouts
This quick and yum stir-fried pork with onions and beans sprouts is one of my go-to dishes to cook when I'm in my "off" mode on slower days. Prep work takes only about 10 minutes and the cooking of the dish itself takes another 10 minutes, and during this time the rice should be steaming away in the rice cooker. At the end of half an hour, a healthy and simple meal is complete!
If you prefer more crunch from the combination of vegetables (onions, beans sprouts and carrots), throw them in to cook with the pork towards the end just a couple of minutes before you turn the heat off, and of course, if you like for them to be softer just toss them in the wok (or skillet) earlier ie. a minute after you add the pork. The recipe calls for Mirin, a Japanese sweet rice wine, to be added to the stir-fry sauce, however, if you don't have this available in your pantry, you can substitute that with dry white wine or rice vinegar . The sauce used in this stir-fry goes wonderfully with chicken or beef as well, so feel free to sub the pork in this recipe with any of those 2 types of meats.
I hope you enjoy this fantastic stir-fry!