Pork, Chinese Chives, and Potato Summer Curry Stir-Fry
Curry is great in the summer . Chinese chives and curry, they just go so well together! This is a stir-fry made from combining pork, Chinese chives, and potatoes . It is a quick dish that you just cut and stir-fry.
Cut the pork into easy-to-eat large pieces, thoroughly coat with salt and pepper, and rub in the flavoring by hand.
Thickly slice the potatoes, and rinse in water. Cut the Chinese chives into easy-to-eat sizes.
Place the curry flour and powder into a bowl, and mix until it thickens with hot water (not listed).
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Heat vegetable oil (not listed) in a frying pan, and saute the pork.
Once the pork has cooked through, add potatoes and saute some more.
Add sake and soy sauce. Saute it nice and juicy for 1~2 minutes.
Add the Chinese chives, and stir together.
Add curry powder.
Add sugar, saute until cooked through while briskly stirring, and it is done~!
There is no way it doesn't go well with rice.
You can also use 1~2 cubes of store-bought curry roux in place of the curry powder.
Story Behind this Recipe
I think curry induces appetites, and i had Chinese chives in the fridge, so I sauted them. I also added potatoes, so it is filling; the Chinese chives are filled with fiber, and the pork absorbs the nutrients, turning this into an all-purpose stir-fry.
Two main points are pre-seasoning the pork, and flavoring it with soy sauce. Adding garlic when sauteing the pork will give this more of an Asian-style. You can also use store-bought curry roux, but this might mean that there will not be enough water, so adjust the amount of water.