Pork and Cabbage Stir-Fry

Updated:Apr 25,2014
 

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Pork and Cabbage Stir-Fry

Description

Asian

6 servings

About $3.23 per serving


Cooking Spray
1 pound boneless pork chops, trimmed of fat and thinly sliced into pieces about ½-inch thick
½ teaspoon ground ginger or garlic powder
1 (16 oz.) bag frozen stir-fry vegetables, thawed or 1 (16-ounce) bag frozen snow peas, thawed
1 (8 oz.) can sliced water chestnuts, drained and rinsed
1 batch of Asian Cole Slaw
3 cups cooked brown rice
Red pepper flakes (optional)

  1. Spray a large nonstick pan with cooking spray. Over high heat, add pork pieces and ginger or garlic. Stir and cook about 1 minute.
  2. Add stir-fry vegetables and water chestnuts, stirring and cooking until pork is fully cooked and vegetables are warmed, another 2 to 3 minutes. Take off heat. Remove pork and vegetables from pan into a medium bowl.
  3. Spray the large nonstick pan with cooking spray again. Warm over high heat and add cole slaw, including all of its liquid. Stir and cook until wilted, about 3 to 4 minutes. Remove from heat.
  4. Add the vegetables and pork back into the pan. Stir and serve stir-fry with rice.


Cooking Tips: The longer the Asian Cole Slaw sits in the fridge, the more liquid that’s released from the slaw. Make sure to add all this delicious liquid into the stir-fry because it becomes the sauce for it.

Keep it Healthy: Stir-fry recipes are a quick and easy dinner that can use up any meat or vegetables leftovers in the fridge.

Tips: Check out the Asian/ International aisle in supermarkets for no salt added or low sodium canned vegetables to add oomph to a stir-fry like baby corn, water chestnuts, and bamboo shoots.


Per serving:

Calories250
Total Fat5.5 g
Saturated Fat1.5 g
Trans Fat0.0 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.5 g
Monounsaturated Fat2.0 g
Cholesterol 40 mg
Sodium163 mg
Carbohydrates31 g
Dietary Fiber6 g
Total Sugars7 g
Protein 20 g


Recipe copyright © 2014 American Heart Association. This recipe is brought to you by the American Heart Association’s Simple Cooking with Heart ® Program. For more simple, quick and affordable recipes, visit heart.org/simplecooking.

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