Now this is an easy to like meal. By making and serving this Chinese-American sweet and sour pork recipe, you're ensuring that no one is too full for extracurricular activities. Although, the danger of consuming so much you might not feel athletic after dinner is there. It's a real danger. But at least it's not red meat and potatoes. Plus it's tangy, sweet, salty and comes with a mound of white rice on the side. It's a crowd pleaser. And two's a crowd.
Chewy, tangy-sweet, and comforting, sweet and sour pork is arguably the best known, most-loved dish in Americanized Chinese restaurant repertoire. You begin by marinated pieces of tenderloin with soy sauce, rice vinegar, ginger, and a modest twist: Asian fish sauce.... Read More