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Pork and ginger stir-fry

Quick and delicious stir-fry noodles

20 mins
8 ingredients
$3.16 / person
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Pork and ginger stir-fry


Serves = 6

  • 250g rice vermicelli noodles
  • 1 head broccoli - cut into florets and slice the stalks
  • 500g boneless pork -steaks/ chops (e.g. sirloin, medallions, fillet), visible fat and skin removed, sliced thinly
  • 1 large brown onion
  • 1 tbsn ginger (grated or crushed)
  • 3 tbsn hoi-sin sauce
  • 2 tbsn reduced-salt soy sauce
  • 1 large bunch Asian greens (buk choy, pak choy) chopped roughly
  • 2 tsp Extra Virgin Olive oil

It’s this easy

  • Put the noodles and broccoli into a large bowl and pour over enough boiling water to just cover them. Allow to sit for 5 minutes while you cook the stir-fry
  • Heat a wok or large frying pan over a medium-high heat. Add half of the oil followed by half of the pork. Cook the pork so that it is brown on both sides and cooked through. Put on a plate and then cook the rest of the pork
  • Drain the water off the noodles and broccoli and set aside with the pork. Add the rest of the oil to the frying pan or wok
  • Add the brown onion and ginger and fry for about 2 minutes until the onion is clear and soft. Add a small amount of water if it starts to look dry. Add in the Asian greens and cook until wilted
  • Add the pork, noodles, broccoli, hoi-sin and soy sauce and mix it well
  • Serve up in a bowl and enjoy!


  • Use frozen mixed vegetables if you don't have fresh or to bulk it out


Nutrition information (per serve):

  • Energy (846kJ)
  • Protein (21g)
  • Total fat (5.3g)
  • Saturated fat (1.6g)
  • Carbohydrate (15.0g); Starch (8.7g), Sugars (6.3g), Added sugars (2.0g), Free sugars (2.0g)
  • Dietary fibre (4.8g)
  • Sodium (632mg)
  • Calcium (83mg)
  • Iron (3.1mg)


Contains: Gluten, Sesame, Soy, FODMAPs.
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