B: breakfast tostada (fried egg on toasted corn tortilla, cheese and salsa
D: Pork Stir Fry (pork tenderloin, veggies, pasta)
We had a bunch of miscellaneous fresh veggies, so a stir fry sounded good to me.Â Younger son complain about having had this meal a few days ago, but he ate it.
Cooked a pound of capellini (angel hair pasta), drained it and added “the mix” (5 Tbs soy sauce, 2 Tbs each of honey, rice wine vinegar, and sesame oil).Â Stir, cover and let the sauce soak in.
Meanwhile, I had sliced a 3/4 lb. pork tenderloin into small strips and marinated it in 4 Tbs of oyster sauce, 1 Tbs corn starch and 1/4 tsp of ground ginger.
Stir fried the pork, set it aside.Â Stir fried the veggies (onion, sugar snap peas, broccoli, green pepper, mushrooms and carrots) in the same pan.Â When nearly done, I seasoned them with 2 Tbs of soy.Â Served in individual bowl, pasta on the bottom, veggies, then pork.Â Yum.
B: Clif bar (white chocolate/macadamia nut) L: leftover chicken and veggies D: Pork tacos and “Mexican” coleslaw I cooked off a pork shoulder this afternoon and shredded it for the tacos, with tomatoes, avocado, and onion.Â My version of “Mexican” coleslaw is similar to Fidel’s…
I made dinner last week and it didn’t turn out very well. I followed the recipe almost verbatim, but it was not a tasty meal. Personally, I think I blame the recipe author. We had Slow Cooker Sweet and Sour Pork from Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller of Food Network.
I made two changes to the recipe that I thought were pretty insignificant. Continue reading Quick Fix Meals might need a little fix…