This family-friendly budget dish is the best budget pork chow mein recipe. Big words but I stand by them it is unreal. It is both tasty and delicious. I know my children love it and even if I say it myself it can rival any takeaway recipe. It’s simply a tasty chow mein recipe.
Budget-Friendly Pork Belly
This is the part of the pig and is also used for bacon. And it is what covers the ribs. I’m not saying you should have this daily but I am saying this is a keeper. Throw a load of veg in and in my eyes, this is a balanced plate of food.
Also when you have meat that’s so tasty a little really goes a long way. I love everything stir-fried and this is no different. It really does tick all the boxes for family-friendly budget stir fry. It allows you to stretch your meals to meet your family’s needs. Recipes such as these are tasty and satisfying which I think is a key component to enjoying the process of making food at home.
I took into consideration that there are a few spices that you probably have not bought before. I am confident that they will be a great addition to your family. As you will be making this recipe on the regular after tasting this. One thing I would say is this recipe is adaptable so use the vegetable you have available to you. Vegetables taste a lot better when they are stir-fried, I love the fact that they are crunchy yet satisfying. Why don’t you try making this for your family and tell me how you get on in the comments below. I would love to see your take on this budget chow mein recipe.
Budget Pork Chow Mein RecipeCourse: Uncategorized
250g Pork belly
200g egg noodles
1 small bok Choy roughly chops
1 quarter of the head of broccoli
1 carrot julienne
4 scallion chopped in 10 cm length
5 mushroom sliced
1 thumb of ginger chopped as finely as you can
5 cloves of garlic chopped finely also
5 black peppercorns
1 small stick of cinnamon
1.5 litre of hot water
1 tablespoon of sunflower oil
1.5 tablespoons of soy sauce
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce
1.5 tablespoons of honey
then we add the garlic and ginger and mix
2 tablespoons of hot water
- Add your pork belly to a pan with star anise, cloves, cinnamon and black pepper. Bring to the boil then simmer for 40 minutes.
- Cook the noodles and allow them to cool. I don’t like them to be soggy so I always spread noodles out on a plate.
- Chop all of the fresh vegetables and place them in a dish.
- Place garlic and ginger in a bowl and add water, soy sauce, oyster sauce and honey to this dish. Taste and adjust if needed
- Remove the pork from the water and allow it to cool and slice thinly.
- Heat your wok until it just starts to smoke and add the oil.
- Add the pork and fry until its dee golden. Remove from the pan and set aside. If there is excess oil drain half
- Add the vegetables and stir fry on high heat. Remove and set aside.
- Add the noodles to the wok along with the rest of the oil. Make sure the wok is really hot. Stir fry for 1 minute.
- Add the pork back to the wok with the pork and stir fry for 30 seconds.
- Add the vegetables and stir fry for 30 seconds.
- Pour the sauce in and make sure it is well stirred in and heated through.
- Remove and eat.
- This is a gorgeous recipe and can be made in several ways. The pork can be prepared the day before. In the slow cooker and the pressure cooker. Vegetable choices are up to you and what you have at ha
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