Quick Gingered Pork

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

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

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

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

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

  14. 15 minute dinners? What a great idea! These Gourmet Garden herb and spice mixes are intriguing to me. I must try them!

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

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

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

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

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

  27. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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