Monday, September 15, 2014

Chinese Five Spice Pork Recipe, Gluten Free Recipe







Just in case anyone forgot where their food comes from




Chinese Five Spice Pork Recipe:

Lean pork loin, cut into thin strips
Olive oil or Coconut Oil
Onion
Celery
Red Pepper (bell pepper)
Salt
Five Spice Powder
Cayenne

Stir fry the pork in oil until crispy on at least one side. Move to a plate. In the same skillet, put chopped veggies and stirfry until translucent. Don't overcook.

Add the pork back to the skillet. Heat thoroughly.

Sprinkle with Chinese Five Spice Powder, salt, and cayenne pepper.

Serve with rice or alone.

That's it. I know, it's almost like cheating it's so easy. But it is delicious!

I don't think there's anything Chinese about this, but I use a Chinese Five Spice Powder from McCormick, so...

And when you're really hungry, it's a quick dinner. Do not, I repeat: Do NOT grab a Lunchable or candybar or a donut and Mountain Dew. This is a good, nutritious meal that is EASY to make.


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28 comments:

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Oh yummy that Chinese Five Spice Pork looks delicious!!

Mike @ A Bit About Britain said...

Looks good enough to eat..!

podso said...

Thanks for the recipe. Sounds so good. Happy Monday.

Buttons said...

LOVE the way you lead us into the recipe very clever:) Hug B

Margaret said...

That sounds like a yummy dish! Maggie

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said...

Hi Judy,
Have never had Five Spice Powder in my spice cabinet...but maybe I should!
:) m & jb

Sandra said...

love the roadside HOG signs and they are perfect over the sleeping pigs...i had to look up feeder pigs and it means just what you said, they are ready to BBQ or eat... poor little feeder pigs have no idea there life is over...

Stephanie said...

The recipe sounds great and looks very tasty! Thanks for sharing, Judy!

Lynne said...

Looking mighty good . . .
I just can't understand why there are those who prefer "the other" to a meal like yours.

One of the grandsons stopped by yesterday and the first thing he said was . . . it always smells like REAL food here! Homemade chicken soup was cooking on the stove.

Great compliment, I thought . . .

Donna said...

That looks delicious!

Linda Kay said...

My brother was the pig man back on the farm...raising them for 4-H. That sign at the top is hilarious. I can't imagine what people think when they pull up this sign! The stir fry looks yummy.

Cheryl said...

Yum!! (Now I want Chinese Five Spice Pork...at 9:38 am!) :D

Debbie said...

I am always looking for quick and easy and this looks like one for sure. Oh, and quite yummy too. Enjoy your day!

Debby Ray said...

This is something that I know I would love. I make myself stir-fry(hubby doesn't eat it) often, many different ways. This looks easy nad delicious! I have never used the Chinese 5 spice seasoning...will have to get some now. Oh, and by the way, those signs cracked me up :D

camp and cottage living said...

Thanks for reminding me!!
I always wondered if I actually had to slaughter my meats if I could actually eat them.

Arlene Grimm said...

I am a farm girl so I grew up knowing where all my food came from! However If I had to do the slaughtering not sure I would be such a fan of home grown meats.:)

Patty Antle said...

It's so funny seeing the pig pics since I'm playing the payday game!

Julie Corbisiero said...

I try not to think of where our food comes from, LOL! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe with us it looks so good and yummy. Have a wonderful day and week.
Julie

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Oh, sweet little piggies, and I love the recipe! But now I am conflicted....haha! xo Karen

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I need to try this recipe, it sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing.

Terri D said...

We love stir-fry, and I DO have 5-spice powder in my spice cupboard! Yum!

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

Hi Judy, looks like a great dish. I do have that spice. The roadside signs are a hoot! Just ordered a couple of your soaps to try.

Sue McPeak said...

We love pork, and I will definitely add Five Spice Powder to my spice must haves. It's all about quick and nutritious...can't beat that combination. Thanks for the recipe.
Sue at CollectInTexas Gal

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'Sweet Baby Calendula'...that's my favorite soap that you make! Enjoy your week sweet friend! Hugs, Diane

Roan said...

It's actually Rubbish Tuesday, but I open the link on Monday. I think pork is my favorite meat. Recipe looks like a good one. Must try.

Ida said...

That looks delicious. I love stuff like that. - The signs and pigs were a great lead-in. Call me (ignorant) but what is a Feeder Pig?

pattisjarrett said...

Thanks for the reminder--feeder pigs.

Eva Marie O' Brien said...

That looks very tasty :) and good food for this time of year. Don't know about there but here it's getting autumn like but still a bit warm in the air. Been home from our honeymoon a week now, we had two fantastic weeks in Greece. So now all is back to normal, and also therefore the change of my surname :) from Ason .
Have a lovely weekend

Hugs
Eva

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