Pork Chop Suey
From EatingWell: March/April 2010
Chop suey is often made with bamboo shoots and water chestnuts—add them to this recipe if you wish. Serve with: Udon noodles.
31 Reviews for Pork Chop Suey
This is an awesome dish, fast to make and fairly inexpensive considering the quality of ingredients. I only buy organic food and picked up everything at whole foods for a reasonable price. With most Eating Well recipes I find myself doubling the sauce, I did that here and it was excellent (double the sauce!) I also doubled the red bell pepper as the meat to vegetable ratio seemed a little high (double the red bell pepper!). We thought it could use some spicy whole red dried chiles and will try that next time (spice it up!) My boyfriend is not a big fan of pork due to farming practices, but since I bought nice organic small farm pork he loved the dish. Served over udon noodles for him, rice noodles for me (gluten problem) I think I will do rice for me next time to try it out.
This was pretty good. I needs a little more spice, so I added some black and red pepper, and an extra splash of soy sauce. I definitely recommend this. I'm sure there's a lot you can add to it to make it even more delicious.
Had this tonight for dinner. It tasted great and was pretty easy to make. Made sure we had all fresh ingredients. Next time we make it we are cutting the canola oil in half - it just didn't seem like you needed that much.
Yum, we loved this. Used recipe as is but added green beans, and water chestnuts (b/c we had some) and a littel extra soy sauce....delicious flavor. Used chinese noodles it worked well everyone went back for more. Definately use fresh bean sprouts.