Randy Mayor
Yield
4 servings (serving size: 3/4 cup noodles and about 1 cup pork mixture)

The slightly sweet, soy-based hoisin sauce is to Chinese food what ketchup is to American food. Look for hoisin and rice noodles with other Asian foods in most supermarkets.

How to Make It

Step 1

Prepare rice noodles according to package directions, omitting salt and fat. Drain and keep warm.

Step 2

Combine 1 tablespoon soy sauce and pork, tossing to coat. Set aside.

Step 3

Combine remaining 1 tablespoon soy sauce, broth, hoisin, cornstarch, and honey in a medium bowl, stirring with a whisk until smooth.

Step 4

Heat 1 tablespoon sesame oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add pork mixture to pan; sauté 3 minutes or until browned. Remove pork from pan. Add remaining 1 teaspoon sesame oil to pan. Stir in peas, bell pepper, ginger, and garlic; sauté 30 seconds. Return pork mixture to pan; stir in broth mixture. Simmer 2 minutes or until thick, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat, and stir in green onions. Serve pork mixture over the noodles.

Ratings & Reviews

lwright311's Review

MAK007
July 04, 2013
This was pretty good. It was a little bland for my taste. I added a dash of cayenne and soy sauce to the leftovers and served it with brown rice. Those changes made it better.

Shellthiel's Review

Meremaid
May 08, 2012
Great Dinner recipe for my family!

pdiana's Review

pdiana
December 01, 2010
quick and easy..left out the snow peas and replaced with bokchoy.Added red pepper flakes for more kick. Great sauce

9167111's Review

Flits21
October 27, 2010
Amazingly good!

Meremaid's Review

lwright311
August 15, 2010
Whole wheat spaghetti works great if you can't find rice noodles. This dish was a real winner. REALLY GOOD! Could easily be a repeat favorite.

Tashak's Review

cblwolf
February 15, 2010
Very good flavor and will be a repeat dish in my house. I did serve it with brown rice since I had some prepared already. I also didn't add the ginger as I'm not a big fan. The only other change I made was to julienne the snow peas, it's easier to eat that way. I also omitted the honey as I think hoisin sauce is very sweet on it's own, I think honey would have made it entirely too sweet.

cblwolf's Review

Shellthiel
January 16, 2010
My whole family enjoyed this dish. It has great take-out flavor for a dish made simply at home. I would probably not make this for a special occasion, but my husband has asked that I add it to the "make again" list! I only had frozen stir-fry veggies on hand, so I thawed those and used them instead of the fresh veggies called for in the dish. It was still delicious! I served it over rice and it was the only thing I served other than fresh fruit.

Flits21's Review

Tashak
July 23, 2009
Made with chicken....think better than would be with pork. Added a bit of baby bok choy. Served with jasmine rice. Served with a bit of srichacha.. very good

MAK007's Review

9167111
January 10, 2009
Thought this recipe was WAY too heavy on the hoisin sauce... if it were more soy sauce based I would have liked it better. I made the dish with shrimp which did turn out well, but if I attempt again, I will alter the "sauce".