Stir-Fried Pork with Snow Peas and Carrots

Pork
Stir-Fried Pork with Snow Peas and Carrots
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Ingredients

1 pound pork tenderloin (OR fresh leg of pork, loin, or shoulder, trimmed of external fat)
2 cups snow peas (OR snap peas)
1 cup carrots (sliced)
2 tablespoons peanut oil (OR other vegetable oil)
1 1/2 tablespoons garlic (minced)
2 tablespoons ginger (plus 1 teaspoon, peeled and minced, divided)
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1/2 lime (juiced)
1/2 cup scallions
1/4 cup minced chives

Directions

1Slice the pork as thinly as you can (it's easier if you freeze it for 15 to 30 minutes first). Cut the slices into bite-sized pieces, about the size of a quarter. Trim ends from snow peas (or snap peas) and slice carrots.
2When you're ready to cook, have all ingredients ready, including a serving dish and rice, if any.
3Preheat a wok or a large, heavy skillet over high heat until it begins to smoke. Immediately add half the peanut oil and the pork. Cook, stirring occasionally (not constantly), until the pork browns and loses all traces of pinkness, about 3 minutes. Use a slotted spoon to remove the pork to a bowl, and lower the heat to medium.
4Add the remaining peanut oil to the wok. Swirl it around and add the garlic and 2 tablespoons ginger.
5Stir once or twice. As soon as garlic begins to color--about 15 seconds--return the heat to high and add the carrots and snow peas. Cook, stirring occassionally until vegetables are crunchy-tender.
6Add the pork and stir for 1 minute. Add the remaining ginger, soy sauce and lime juice, stir, turn off the heat, garnish, and serve immediately.
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NutritionView more

250Calories
Sodium13%DV310mg
Fat17%DV11g
Protein51%DV26g
Carbs4%DV11g
Fiber12%DV3g

PER SERVING *

Calories250Calories from Fat100
% DAILY VALUE*
Total Fat11g17%
Saturated Fat2.5g13%
Trans Fat
Cholesterol75mg25%
Sodium310mg13%
Potassium720mg21%
Protein26g51%
Calories from Fat100
% DAILY VALUE*
Total Carbohydrate11g4%
Dietary Fiber3g12%
Sugars4g8%
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
Calcium
Iron

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.