After my recent post on the versatility of pork roast, I figured I should get you guys started with a couple of recipes using said Basic Pork Roast. In my house we love just about everything, except my husband’s dislike of bacon and ham products, but don’t ask me to explain something even I don’t understand! That being said, I make a lot of recipes from different cultures. My kids love Chinese food and my husband loves any and all things Mexican, but I also live in a fairly small city, and if I can find the ingredients most others shouldn’t have any issues either.
I have to say that I do go to an Asian market near my house at least three or four times a year. I like to go to stock up on things that can be found in a regular grocery store, but that I can get for a much better price at the Asian market. We are talking 35 oz bottles of soy and oyster sauce for $2-$3 and nearly any variety of rice you can think of for a dollar or less a pound! Not to mention an entire aisle of noodles in all shapes and sizes!
This recipe is very simple, with only a handful of ingredients, however, I do like to prepare each part in it’s own pan and then stir everything together just before serving. You can choose to do everything in the same pan if you like, I have just found that I get better results using multiple pans.