Sweet and Sour Pork


Connie Kiyu Guerrero Recipe

By Connie "Kiyu" Guerrero conchik


Rating:
Serves:
4/5
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One of our local favorites. Using the same ingredients, you can do the same steps on Shrimps or chicken breast cut into cubes. This dish is great over rice.

Ingredients

2 c
pork chops, boneless (cubed)
2 medium
carrots (sliced)
1 medium
green, red & orange pepper (cubed)
1/2 c
pineapple chunks, fresh
1 pkg
sweet & sour mix
1 large
egg (beaten)
1 clove
red onion (cubed)
1/4 c
corn starch
2 clove
garlic (chopped)
1/2 c
flour
1/4 c
soy sauce
1/4 c
water
2 c
salad oil (for deep frying)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Add soy sauce into the pork cubes. Mix well with your fingers. Let marinate for 30 minutes.
2
Heat your oil in a deep frying pan. On a separate bowl, add Corn starch with flour and mix well. Then, dip each marinated pork cube into the egg wash, then dip into the dry flour/cornstarch mix and coat very well. Continue with the rest of the pork cubes. and set aside on a platter. Let set for 5 minutes.
3
Deep fry the pork to cook until they turn golden brown. Place on a lined paper towel plate, and set aside.
4
Using a wok or a deep frying pan, turn heat to medium, then mix your sweet and sour mix and pour into the pan. Let it come to boil (2min.) then add the water, and let boil again for 2minutes. You will see that sauce getting thick. Add the carrots, onions and garlic and let cook. then add the peppers. Stir well.
5
Add the crispy pork cubes into the sauce and vegetables. fold over a few times. Serve on a platter garnish with pineapple chunks.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Pork
Regional Style: Asian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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15 Comments

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Win Spicer debaylady
Sep 5, 2013
I've saved this...my husband would love it!
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FREDA GABLE cookin4me
Nov 17, 2011
Kenneth, is going to love this dish I have no doubt.
I know I sure do.
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Kenneth Ladel KensKitchen
Nov 17, 2011
I am retired military and when I was stationed in Korea, this was my favorite dish. There was a local Korean Restaurant that served it and my Wife would treat me to it on my birthday. It cost $45.00 for one serving (large). I have not had the chance to try your recipe but I will this weekend. My mouth waters just thinking about it. Thank you for submitting it. I will let you know how it turns out.
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Lynn Socko lynnsocko
Jul 22, 2011
I'm printing this out, I make fake s&s pork with kraft's s&s sauce, my guys will flip when I make it for real, thanks for sharing this recipe.
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Jewel Hall 0124
Nov 11, 2010
Thanks Connie and Donna, love sweet and sour, recipes sound fantastic !!