This is a homey Chinese stir fry dish and we call this Stir Fry Pork With Taucheong. Here, the Chef has referred 'Taucheong' as Salted Yellow Beans as she mentioned that it looks rich and dark brown.
I have tried this simple dish and it turned out surprisingly good to serve with rice or plain porridge. This dish is light in taste as what the chef has said because it is supposed to be for healthy eating.
I love the shredded ginger and red chillies, so you can add more if you like.Recipe adapted from Chinese Cooking [Natural Recipes For Healthy Living] by Charmaine Solomon with modifications
[9.5 total grams carbohydrate]
250 gm pork with some fats - sliced thinly or cut shreds
2 tbsp salted yellow beans or taucheong
1 tsp chopped garlic
30 gm shredded ginger
1/2 tsp sugar
some shredded red chilli and spring onions
1-2 tbsp oil
100 ml water
1 tsp cornflour + 1 tbsp water [mix]
- Mix 1-2 tablespoons water with meat slices until there is no trace of water.
- Heat 1 tbsp oil in a non stick pan, stir fry meat shreds over high heat. Stir fry continuously until meat turns white and firm.
- Push aside, add extra oil, saute ginger and garlic until fragrant and brown. Add in taucheong and mix in the fried pork.
- Stir fry for 1-2 minutes, add in water, bring to boil for a minute. Thicken with cornstarch water and add in shredded chilli and spring onions.
- Dish up to serve.