CHINESE ROAST PORK CHOP SUEY

Chop suey is an old Chinese dish that used to be very popular at takeout restaurants. It’s mostly a saucy stir-fry with a lot of vegetables and not much meat.  it’s easy to make, tastes good, and fills you up.

CHINESE ROAST PORK CHOP SUEY

The history of the simple chop suey is rife with legend. According to one story, a Chinese American who was working on the Transcontinental Railroad in the 19th century invented it. anywhere and whenever

Whoever created it, you’ll likely find this dish on EVERY Chinese menu, The pinch of pepper is crucial since it completely transforms flavors in the food.

This easy pork recipe has all the ingredients you know and love, and it’s very easy to make.

You will need the following ingredients:

1 tbsp groundnut oil
200g (7oz) Chinese Roast BBQ Pork
1 small onion, thinly sliced
2 handfuls of beansprouts
1 small carrot, sliced into slivers
a pinch of salt
a pinch of granulated sugar
60ml (¼ cup) water
2 spring onions (scallions), halved and sliced into slivers
½ tbsp dark soy sauce
a pinch of white pepper
1 tbsp cornflour (cornstarch) mixed with 2 tbsp water
1 tsp sesame oil

How to make Chinese roast pork chop suey:

Firstly, fry the pork for two minutes in hot oil in a nonstick wok. After stirring-frying the onion for an additional minute, add the beansprouts, carrot, salt, sugar, and water, and bring to a boil. Ensure a high heat before adding the spring onions, soy sauce, and white pepper. As needed, check the seasoning and make adjustments. Just enough of the cornflour mixture should be added to thicken the sauce, while constantly swirling the mixture.
Serve immediately after turning off the heat and stirring in the sesame oil.

Note: Feel free to add or change the vegetables, but make sure to cut them all the same size and add them at the right time.

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