Place cabbage and green onions in a large bowl. Peel and section 1 orange over bowl, squeezing membranes to extract juice. Add sections, 1 tablespoon sesame oil, vinegar, 1 teaspoon soy sauce, and 1/4 teaspoon red pepper; toss.
Juice remaining orange. Combine juice, oyster sauce, remaining 1/4 teaspoon red pepper, and remaining 1 tablespoon sesame oil in a small bowl. Combine remaining 2 teaspoons soy sauce, cornstarch, black pepper, and pork in a large bowl; toss to coat pork.
Heat a large cast-iron skillet or wok over high heat. Add canola oil; swirl to coat. Add pork in a single layer; cook 4 minutes or until browned, stirring after 2 minutes. Add juice mixture; cook 1 minute or until mixture bubbles and thickens slightly, stirring frequently. Divide rice and slaw among 4 plates. Top rice with pork mixture; sprinkle with sesame seeds.
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The pork part of the dish is fantastic. Great sauce, easy to prepare. I am less thrilled with the cabbage slaw. Maybe it needed more orange segments or something but it fell flat for me. Will make the pork again but skip the slaw.
I have to go along with everyone else. We absolutely loved the pork but found the slaw to be marginally edible. I think doubling the sauce would help somewhat, but it doesn't seem worth it. The sauce on the pork, however, was fantastic; full of flavor and so easy to make, which we will do again and again. You can read my full review at Taking On Magazines: http://www.takingonmagazines.com/orange-sesame-pork-napa-slaw/
Add me to the list of people who thought the slaw was less-then-good...actually, I'll go so far as to say it's pretty bad. The pork and rice on the other hand were yummy, quick, easy, and inexpensive to throw together. I used brown mekong flower rice, and after it steamed, tossed in some salt, seasoned rice vinegar dressing, and crushed red pepper, which makes a subtle but noticeable difference. Next time I'll just make the pork and do something else on the side. That slaw is just sort've a mess, almost like someone in the CL test kitchen made up the idea at the last minute and never even tasted it.
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