Jun 25, 2014

Stir-Fried Hoisin Pork with Peppers | Wok Wednesdays

Stir-Fried Hoisin Pork with Peppers

This Stir-Fried Hoisin Pork with Peppers is amazingly easy to prepare even though it calls for 14 ingredients.

You know I have this wok thing bad when the only thing I had to go out and buy was the pork!

The pork is cut into bite sized pieces and then marinaded in scallions, hoisin sauce, minced garlic, rice wine, ginger, soy sauce, salt, white pepper, and sesame oil. Unlike most of the stir-fries in the book, the ginger and garlic are in the marinade rather than seared separately. This cut down on the number of final steps and made this dish pretty easy to execute.

Stir-Fried Hoisin Pork with Peppers

Once you've prepped the red bell pepper and carrot slices, along with some shredded scallions, The whole process takes about 4 to 5 minutes, if that.

I loved this stir-fry, and will definitely be making it again. It's easy, delicious, and has a great balance of protein to veggies. We served it with steamed rice. We also got to use our delicious but somewhat twisted looking home grown red bell peppers.

I am participating in Wok Wednesdays. Check out the site as well as the Facebook page for more information. Those of us who are participating have agreed not to provide the specific recipe. Instead, we'd love it if you'd get the book, Stir Frying to the Sky's Edge by Grace Young (who also helps us by discussing techniques, finding ingredients, and maintaining our woks), and join us in this adventure.


  1. This was a supper easy recipe. Isn't it great to have most of the ingredients on hand?!! How wonderful to have home grown peppers! Gorgeous photos, Karen.

  2. I feel so stupid but I have spent ten minutes trying to find the recipe. No matter where I go, I cannot find the recipe to print and how to make this.

    1. The recipe is in the book Stir Frying to the Sky's Edge by Grace Young.


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