Lots of great stir fry pork recipes using all kinds of flavours and a few different cuts of pork including pork belly.
These noodles are my version of the kind you can buy at the food stalls of Shanghai, you'll love them!
A simple Chinese stir fry this beautiful dish features succulent pork along with cabbage, carrot, capsicum and water chestnuts.
To make really good sweet and sour pork you need to fry the pork twice. This dish is sure to please!
Marinaded in fish sauce and lemongrass this pork has a lot of flavour which only gets better when it is finished in honey and served with a spicy homemade sauce.
Char Siu or BBQ pork is a favourite of mine and this is a simple stir fry that uses it with pasta, cabbage and onions in a light oyster and soy sauce.
This is a quick and easy stir fry that combines pork, capsicum, onion and pine nuts in a hoisin based sauce.
All the measurements here are pretty much to taste, some people like more pork, some less, some more soy sauce, some less, etc.
Similar in taste to other sweet and sour pork Asian dishes this recipe uses an apple sauce (apple puree) for its sweetness.
This Thai street food classic of 'Pad Gra Prao' or stir fried pork with Thai basil is a quick and simple dinner that I always eat with a fried egg on top.
This is not barbecue as we know it but the Chinese style with tender marinated pork chops pan fried then added with capsicum and pineapple to a sweet barbecue sauce.