imageStraight from the kitchen to my blog. Cooking doesn’t have to be difficult, sometimes you just have to keep taking chances and voila – cooking for yourself can be really fun!

We’re on night four of the largest pork loin EVER. No really, Dave said he bought the smallest one but we’ve had it for four dinners. (I’m freezing the rest.) Normally we’d have leftovers at most two nights, but out of those four nights, we’ve had this pork three ways. The kids have been LOVING IT.

This recipe is super easy and I used some fresh and frozen vegetables that I had on hand. Mix it up by adding some scrambled egg in for an Egg Drop style soup, or add in some Hot and Sour chili sauce to kick the flavor up even more. The point, restyle and reuse your leftovers into something tasty. Take a few baby steps towards tasty food in your kitchen tonight!

 

Sliced Pork and Vegetables with Ramen and Asian style broth
 
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Sliced Pork and Vegetables with Ramen and Asian style broth
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Recipe type: Dinner, Lunch
Cuisine: Asian
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 1 tbs Vegetable oil
  • Sliced Pork
  • 1 package of Ramen Noodles with flavoring packet (I used chicken)
  • Thin sliced vegetables: Carrot, mushrooms, cabbage, onion, garlic, green pepper)
  • 1 tsp - Ginger, powdered (or fresh if you have)
  • 1 tsp - Garlic powder
  • 1 tbs - Soy Sauce
  • 2 tbs - Diced Green Onion for garnish
Instructions
  1. Saute onion and garlic in a large pot for a few minutes
  2. Add soy sauce and garlic powder
  3. Add vegetables and mix, saute for a few more minutes
  4. Add sliced pork
  5. Add water + 1 cup per Ramen Noodle package and add flavoring packet.
  6. Continue to season to taste (try adding garlic powder, onion powder, more powdered ginger etc.)
  7. Garnish and serve with a sprinkling of diced green onion

 

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