This pork stir fry goes well with literally everything! You can eat it with steamed rice or noodles or flatbread or steamed buns, etc. When I make this, I will usually make more than a single serving because I can store it in the fridge for eating on a lazy day or when I don’t have much time to cook. If I have leftover rice, I will make fried rice with this delicious dish! Just a tip, you can find the mustard greens at your nearest Asian store.
Ground Pork Stir Fry With Pickled Mustard GreensPrint Recipe
- 1 pound of ground pork (doesn’t have to be exact)
- 1 pack of pickled mustard greens
- A few slices of ginger
- 3 cutup garlic cloves
- 1 spoon of soy sauce
- 1 spoon of cooking wine
- Red chillies (optional)
- Mix a spoon or two of cooking wine and a spoon of soy sauce into the ground pork.
- Sprinkle some pepper in ground pork.
- Slice ginger and place in the ground pork. Leave to marinate while following the next steps.
- Take the pickled mustard greens out of the bag and rinse with water.
- Wring the water content out of the pickled mustard greens.
- Slice the pickled mustard greens into smaller pieces.
- Cut up garlic cloves.
- Heat garlic, ginger, and chillies (optional) in the pan, then add in pork.
- Fry until pork changes colour.
- Add in sliced pickled mustard greens.
- Stir fry until it doesn’t look too watery.