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Skinny Girl Easy Kung Pao Pork

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If you’re looking for an easy kung pao pork recipe that will be perfect for a yummy quick dinner, then you’re at the right place, Ally’s Kitchen!

Kung pao chicken

Soy sauce, chicken broth, vinegar, cornstarch, and chili paste are found in the sauce and marinade. This kung pao pineapple chicken really adds the extra WOW taste to the chicken marinade and sauce ingredients. Szechuan peppers are also used in Kung Pao.

Hunan soup

Kung Pao Chicken wings are a favorite Chinese takeout that is mouthwateringly delicious and extremely addictive, so it’s a good thing to make it simple at home, so we don’t have to order takeout every time we want it!! With the signature tingle of numbing heat from the Sichuan pepper, we love the strong-flavored sweet-sour-savory sauce!

Kung pao chicken recipe

If you’re curious then this skinny girl sheet pan creole chicken is genuine Chinese you must try. The dish outside of China as we know it is a somewhat westernized variant of an authentic Sichuan Chinese dish. Traditionally, Kung Pao Chicken is a dry stir-fry in China. That means, unlike 99% of other Asian stir-fries like Chop Suey and Cashew Chicken on my website, it doesn’t float in tonnes of sauce.

What is kung pao chicken

This is the kung pao kidney beans ingredient that makes it Kung Pao and not just some sort of stir-fry sauce. Instead of hot spiciness like almost any other chili, I describe it as a little bit lemony with a numbing spiciness.

What is in a wonton

I used to use whole peppercorns, but nowadays, both for warmth and because it’s finely grounded, I prefer to use pre-ground. If you grind your own, on the other hand, there appear to be little gritty bits in it, although the taste is a bit stronger it makes the skinny girl chicken meatballs taste better.

Chicken Hunan style

Not all dried chilies are created equal and, in fact, throughout the year, the same kind of chilies will differ in spiciness. So, always taste them and make a judgment call on how much you can handle for dried chilies! The seeds that are removed comprise the majority of the sun. Use them while cooking, but don’t eat them if you just don’t think you can handle any chili at all. In the sauce, the chilies add spice, so don’t miss them.

kung pao pork

kung pao pork

Skinny Girl Easy Kung Pao Pork

Yield: About 4 folks!

If you're looking for an easy kung pao pork recipe that will be perfect for a yummy quick dinner, then you're at the right place, Ally's Kitchen!

Ingredients

  • 2 boneless pork chops, about 1 ½” thick, cut into 2” strips, or small bites, your preference
  • 2 Tbl. toasted sesame oil
  • 2 tsp. garlic, finely minced
  • 2 cups zucchini, packed, small bite size dice
  • 2 cups squash, packed, small bite size dice
  • 2 cups kale, packed and finely chopped
  • 1 jar (14 oz.) P.F. Chang’s Kung Pao Sauce mixture
  • ½ cup chicken broth
  • TOPPINGS: Green Onions, Crispy Fried Onions, Chow Mein Noodles, Salted Peanuts, Cashews, Soy Sauce and more!

Instructions

In a large heavy skillet over medium high heat, let the skillet get hot. Add the sesame oil and pork chop strips. Brown the meat for a few minutes.

Reduce heat to medium, and add the garlic, zucchini, squash and kale. Blend, cover and sauté/cook about five to seven minutes.

Add the kung pao sauce, chicken broth, blend, reduce heat to medium low and cooked covered about ten minutes. If not serving immediately, reduce heat to simmer.

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2 Comments

  1. Claire Noble says:

    Hi Ally,
    This sounds wonderful and I want to try it. However, I’m not a fan of pork. Is there another protein you would recommend as a substitute.
    I miss you and Ben.
    Claire from yoga class

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