Mealtime Monday: Pork Lo Mein

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Happy Monday!  I am back on the cooking spree and wanted to get around to sharing weekly recipes again.  To start out, here is an easy weekday recipe from Six Sisters’ Stuff for Pork Lo Mein.  The original recipe called for bagged veggies, but I opted to chop up some fresh ones instead.  Even with adding a little prep time to chop up the extra veggies, this is a good fast weekday meal to try out.

Pork lo mein recipe

Ingredients (for 2-4 servings):

  • 1/2 pound pork tenderloin
  • 2-3 cups mixed vegetables (I did broccoli, carrots, snow peas & zucchini)
  • 8 ounce Teriyaki marinade ( I used Kikkoman Marinade & Baste)
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Angel Hair Pasta

Easy pork lo mein recipe

Cut up your veggies, cube the pork loin and gather the other 3 ingredient.  Simple and quick prep.

Easy pork lo mein ingredients

Cook the pasta according to the directions on the box.

Making pork lo mein

Meanwhile, toss the cubes of pork into a skillet over medium heat.

Making pork lo mein at home

Stir around occasionally to brown, approximately 5 minutes.

Cooking pork lo mein

Add in the veggies once the meat is partially cooked.

Cooking pork lo mein at home

Continue sautéing until the meat is cooked through the the veggies are softened.

Easy pork lo mein for dinner

Once cooked, add in the sauce, ginger and water.  Stir around to incorporate and heat up for about 2 minutes.

Pork lo mein for dinner

Stir saucy meat mixture into the cooked pasta and enjoy your pork lo mein.  Simple and easy menu item for a weeknight meal.

Pork lo mein

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