Marinated Pork Stir Fry

Marinated pork fry
Yields: 8 Servings Prep Time: 35 Mins Cook Time: 30 Mins Total Time: 1 Hr 5 Mins

I loved when my grandmother would stuff and season up her delicious pork tenderloin

That meat would slowly roast for what “seemed” like hours, because it smelled sooo good!

You could smell the savory garlic, sweet onion, sweet peppers, jalapeno and the spiciness of her season mix. She would cut slits in the pork and stuff it with garlic, celery, and bell pepper.  Mm, yummy my mouth is watering just thinking about it!

Marinated pork stir fry

Well, Although I am not going to roast my tenderloin, I am going to put my twist on this cut of meat with a marinade.

I season up my pork and let it marinate in the frig preferably overnight. It gives the entire dish a more robust flavor.

Pork stir fry is another of my families favorite dishes.  My husband is always picking up a few of these when he catches them on sale at Aldi’s. That’s when we get to create and feed our family a delicious meal!

I hope you enjoy our recipe!

For this stir-fry, we have added a lot of vegetables, like cabbage. Use as much as you want, we love cabbage so I add quite a bit. I also add broccoli, various peppers (The Creole side of me, I can’t help myself), carrots and onion.

It is sort of a deluxe pork stir fry because we are trying to make sure that we eat many vegetables these days.

You can substitute the pork for chicken, turkey or even beef,  the brown gravy goes with all of them. I have even prepared this dish without any meat at all. No matter how you decide to prepare this dish I promise that your family will enjoy this savory pork stir fry.

This recipe is also proportioned for our big family of 8, but you can easily adjust it to fit your own family!


0/15 Ingredients
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0/7 Instructions
  • Slice meat into thin pieces, season with the spices & 3tbs of the Braggs sauce, 1/3 cup of pork marinade, Cover, Set in the refrigerator while you prep everything else.
  • Boil spaghetti according to package, drain, rinse, sprinkle with a little Braggs or soy sauce to keep noodles from sticking. Put in a covered pot to keep warm, Set to the side.
  • Cut cabbage & onion into nice thin ribbon slices
  • Spray a skillet with cooking spray, heat. Put in the cabbage onion and garlic. Saute until cabbage has wilted and onion & garlic are translucent. Add in peppers, saute until soft, but crunchy.
  • Separate broccoli flowerettes into single pieces. Add broccoli cook until tender, not mushy. Sprinkle vegetables with some Braggs, mix well, stir into the noodles. Keep pot covered and warm. Set aside.
  • Now put some olive oil in the pan, add pork, saute. cook until tender.
  • Turn heat to medium, sprinkle in the gravy packages, and about 1 ½ cup of water. Simmer meat and gravy until it thickens. Mix into noodles, sprinkle more soy sauce or Braggs sauce, mix until everything is well coated. Serve right away! Enjoy, let me know how you liked it!

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