Pork Chop Suey

March/April 2010

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Chop suey is often made with bamboo shoots and water chestnuts—add them to this recipe if you wish. Serve with: Udon noodles.

"Fantastic, quick and easy "
Pork Chop Suey

32 Reviews for Pork Chop Suey


easy and delicious


This dish is very very good. I was skeptical because I tasted the broth, soy sauce and molasses mixture before I added it to the pan and it was bitter. But after cooking, it was delicious. I sprinkled some sesame seeds on top before serving. I served mine with plain spaghetti noodles because I ran out of udon. I did not use water chestnuts or bean sprouts. This tastes just like Chinese take-out, but SO much healthier! Thanks, Eating Well!


This was amazing!!! We didn't use the molasses, water chesnuts or bamboo shoots, but it was still delicious. I was told "resturaunt quality", and "let's make this again". The udon noodles really pulled it together, and they were easy to find in the "International" section in my local grocery store. Definetly use fresh bean sprouts and pork tenderloin, not pork chops. At the store they didn't have a pound of the tenderloin, so just ask your butcher to cut you some, they'll even cut it into 1/4 in slices. LOVE the meal!


Tried this last night and it was as everyone else has commented: VERY GOOD! This recipe is a definate keeper. We too added a little bit more spice to it by using Chinese Chili Garlic sauce. Can't wait to try this recipe again using chicken. And definately try to use fresh mung bean sprouts..... you won't be dissappointed!


Delicious! I doubled the sauce, and used it with chicken since that's what I had. I couldn't find mung bean sprouts so I added 1 can of water chestnuts. I used rice noodles. The flavor of the sauce is wonderful and would be great on many other things- the pork, shrimp, etc. Will make again!


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