This super easy Ground Pork Stir Fry Recipe is perfect for a quick and easy Asian inspired weeknight meal. Full of vegetables and inexpensive ground pork this meal only takes 15 minutes to make!
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Pork Stir Fry
What to make with ground pork? That is the question I asked myself not too long ago when I found myself with a pound of pork that need to be used. So I figured why not make an easy ground pork recipe for dinner. I decided I wanted to go with an Asian Inspiration, so I loosely based this recipe after one of my blogs top dinner recipes, Korean Ground Turkey & Rice Bowls.
For this Ground Pork Stir Fry Recipe I decided that I wanted to make it more of a stir fry over just a rice bowl by adding some vegetables! So after the first time I made this stir fry I instantly knew it was going to have to get up on the blog.
Ready in 15 minutes, this dish is super fast but also inexpensive, healthy, and absolutely delicious!
Ground Pork. The most inexpensive out of all of the ground meats, at my local grocery you can find a pound of ground pork for nearly half the price of beef or turkey. So when you are on a budget, grab for that pork!
The Vegetables. I kept it simple with common vegetables to keep it inexpensive and easy. I use broccoli, carrots, and spinach. The best thing about using these ingredients is you can find them all at the store pre-prepped for you. If you are really short on time or just looking for ease you can get shredded carrots, broccoli florets, and pre-washed spinach at almost every grocery store. And even if you don’t get them pre-prepped, shredding a carrot and chopping broccoli into florets only takes a handful of minutes!
The flavorings. Again the name of the game with this recipe is simplicity so I only use a handful of ingredients to flavor the dish but the ingredients are selected because they all add of ton of flavor. You will use minced garlic, added to the vegetables. And then to make a quick stir fry sauce, soy sauce, ground ginger, and a little honey. So easy right!
And then to garnish, simple sesame seeds and some chopped green onions do the trick beautifully!
Lastly you will want to serve this stir fry over rice. You can choose what fits you and your family, I love classic white rice but brown rice would work too. Heck even cauliflower rice would probably be delicious here!