Quick Gingered Pork

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Quick Gingered Pork #15MinuteSuppers

When I think of stir fry, I think of beef or chicken or shrimp…or even just veggies; I don’t usually think of pork.  Let me tell you pork stir fry is my new favorite for supper!  I had two beautiful pork chops sitting in my fridge as a gift from another sponsored post I was working on and I knew it needed to be turned into something amazing!!!  What I’m most excited to tell you about is about how I paired these lovely pork chops with my favorite Gourmet Garden herbs that were sent my way for this weeks #15MinuteSuppers. {Check out all my other quick 15 Minute Suppers}

Quick Gingered Pork #15MinuteSuppers

{Gourmet Garden is giving away one of you an amazing cooler of herbs so you can make this recipe plus all the other #15MinuteSuppers this week!}

I can’t tell you enough how scrumptious this quick gingered pork is. It sort of reminds me of teriyaki sauce, but less sweet and more gingery {not overly gingery though}.

Quick Gingered Pork #15MinuteSuppers

 

Quick Gingered Pork #15MinuteSuppers
 
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Ingredients
  • 2 (1 inch thick) boneless pork chops, cut into thin strips (~1/2 lb)
  • 1 tbs vegetable oil
  • 2 tbls Gourmet Garden Chunky Garlic
  • ¼ cup soy sauce
  • 1 tsp sugar
  • 1 tsp Gourmet Garden Ginger
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 tbls cornstarch
  • 1 head broccoli, chopped in florets, washed, & drained
  • salt and pepper
  • cooked rice
Instructions
  1. In a large skillet heat oil until very hot. Add in pork and cook until almost done about 4 minutes. Season pork with salt and pepper. While pork is cooking, combine garlic, soy sauce, sugar, ginger, water, and cornstarch in a bowl and stir well to combine.
  2. Remove pork from pan and add broccoli with a ¼ cup water. Put lid on and steam for about 3-4 minutes. Return pork to pan and add sauce. Reduce heat to medium low until it thickens and coats pork and broccoli about 2-3 minutes.
  3. To keep this a 15 Minute Supper start cooking rice at the beginning so that it's done when the pork and broccoli are ready.

 

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Disclosure: This is sponsored recipe for Gourmet Garden through 15 Minute Suppers.  Recipe & opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. heather c says

    I think the Thai Coconut Soup with Chicken would be amazing! I also like the idea of 15 minute meals. How awesome!

  2. Laura P. says

    Looks delicious, though, I would probably use chicken because I’m not a huge pork fan. I love that it is so quick and easy to make.

  3. Karen Drake says

    I don’t like to cook much and will be checking out 15 Minute Suppers, that is about the amount of time I like to put into dinner so it is perfect for me, thanks for the great recipes.

  4. Jaime Cummings says

    I am not the best cook but this sounds easy enough and your presentation looks restaurant quality!

  5. Charlotte Padgett says

    This recipe sounds great. And I love 15 minute meals because can’t be on my feet very long at a time.

  6. Jamie Hamilton says

    I love the idea of 15 minute suppers. I hate working all day only to dread the idea to spend the rest of my day making dinner!

  7. Tammy Richards says

    After work I do not have a lot of time to cook fabulous dinners for my family. 15 minute dinners would give me more time to spend with loved ones.

  8. joe gersch says

    i love a 15 minutes upper. I have no tie to prepare meals and his would be so much easier than a 45 minute or hour meal

  9. Serena Powell says

    I like the idea of 15 minute suppers. I don’t often feel like cooking after a long day, so dinners that take a short amount of time would be fantastic.

  10. Shannon says

    I’ve seen these and I definitely wNt to try your recipe with them! They sound easy and longer lasting!

  11. virgil poore says

    i like 15 minute meals some times but some times you just want a really good cooked meal.with lots of flavors and love put into it.and if we all had a genie that cleaned the kitchen when we got done would be the bomb lol

  12. Dominique says

    I think the gingered pork sounds delicious. I make a similar recipe using chicken. Love how easy it is to prepare.

    (Nikki Marie on rafflecopter)

  13. Emily Wells says

    I love the idea of 15 minute suppers, but I’ve yet to actually make one that really did take only 15 minutes!!

  14. Deborah Wellenstein says

    15 minute dinners? What a great idea! These Gourmet Garden herb and spice mixes are intriguing to me. I must try them!

  15. Emily Morelli says

    On nights when my daughter has swim team, we need 15 minute suppers! Usually for me, this means a crockpot or heating up leftovers from the night before.

  16. Lauren Olivia Wood says

    The idea of 15 minute suppers is a great one. My sugar tends to drop and I need to eat fast and this concept accomodates it.

  17. says

    The idea of a 15 minute dinner is brilliant! I’m thinking some of the basil, alfredo, and marinara mixed together would be a super quick and easy Rosa! Yum!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  18. Rebecca Williams says

    The last thing I want to do is come home & cook a meal that takes forever. So a 15 minute meal sounds great.

  19. Karen D says

    Can’t get bonus entries, because I don’t own a cell (much less a smart) phone, so can’t do Instagram.

  20. Karen D says

    I like the idea of having a number of great recipes to draw from for a quick, nutritious week-night meal.

  21. Cat Colbert says

    This recipe looks delicious! I wish I had it last week when I making pork chops for dinner. I’ll have to try it next. Thanks for sharing.

  22. Cat says

    I wish I had seen the recipe last week. I was making pork chops for dinner and your pork stir fry looks delicious. I’ve pinned it for next time! Thanks for sharing…..

  23. April V. says

    I love stir fry and pork is just as good as beef or chicken or shrimp. I like to make it spicy though! Give it a kick.

  24. Shawndra Befort says

    This is exactly what I need. I’m not much of a cook, but I would love to make some delicious recipes with some great herbs and it couldn’t be easier.

  25. Seyma Shabbir says

    The recipe looks great and so yummy! I don’t eat pork chops but I can sub it with chicken!!

  26. Robin Wilson says

    The recipe looks absolutely awesome! I have never cooked that cut of pork before but this makes me want to try it.

  27. Allison Downes says

    This recipe sounds and looks good, though I am not much of a pork eater, I would maybe substitute with chicken. Thanks for sharing and for the giveaway!

  28. Debbie Caraballo says

    This pork recipe looks and sounds great! I’ve been wanting to try the herbs, too – so convenient! Thanks for the chance to win!

  29. Theron W. says

    I go on hog hunting vacations in Hawaii, and would like to try the Gingered Pork recipe for the meat I cull.

    Hope to win!

  30. Jennifer Reed says

    I love that they have different types of recipes besides supper recipes. I am always looking for easy kid friendly breakfast recipes. I am going to try the Breakfast Nachos recipe from the site.

  31. Jackie says

    I love the idea of 15 minute suppers! Some nights are so hectic here, but I love to have everyone sit down together for dinner every night. The recipe you shared looks delicious.

  32. alyce poalillo says

    The 15 min supper idea is a great one. I have difficulty chopping with my arthritis so this would be helpful in preparing quick interesting and tasty meals.

  33. Tamara B. says

    Love all of the 15 minute dinner ideas! I have new dinner ideas and love the Chicken & Italian Herb Fettuccine by Sunshine and Sippy Cups

  34. Mary Beth Elderton says

    This is wonderful. Now that it is just Hubz and me at home mostly, I like recipes that are quick and call for just a few ingredients.

  35. Elizabeth says

    I’m drooling over your pic of Gingered Pork! Can’t wait to try it…as a matter of fact I pulled some chops out of the freezer last night…might just be what’s for dinner tonight! Thanks for the recipe!

  36. Michelle Ness Arana says

    I love this! I love that Gourmet Gardens requires no chopping or cutting because I have ms and it is so hard for me to cut up veggies/herbs sometimes because of cramping and pain in my hands. I am going to order these no matter what!

  37. DeeAnn says

    I love making stir-fry dinners and use pork regularly. I will add this recipe to my collection. Ginger is a favorite flavor of mine and I enjoy adding it to many dishes. Thanks.

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