Monday, February 15, 2010

Pork Fried Rice

Pork Fried Rice along with garlic, green onions, and broccoli. I went to Henry's Market today, I like the fancy plastic bag dispenser for the veggies/fruits.

1 pkg of pork cut for stir fry (.77lb)
2 garlic cloves
Broccoli florets (handful)
1 green onion
1T soy sauce
leftover rice
1 egg (room temp)

Dice up the garlic. Dice up the green onion. Cut stems off the broccoli, cut heads in 1/2 or more to make smaller pieces.
Pat the pork dry with paper towels, season with salt & pepper.
Pre-heat a pan (I used a 12"). Heat the oil.

Add in the pork, cooking each side ~3 minutes.
Remove pork to a plate. Add in garlic, sauté for around 1 min.
Remove garlic. Add in broccoli stems. Cook for a few minutes and add the heads in.
Cook for a couple of more minutes. Remove broccoli from pan. If needed, add more oil.
Add in the leftover rice, break up any lumps. Keep stirring loosely. Add in a little broth to free the pork sucs. Mix the sucs with the rice, create a clearing into the center of the pan. Add a little oil. Add egg to the center, almost scrambling it. Before it's done cooking, mix with the rice. Add the green onions and the rest of the waiting ingredients and soy sauce. Lower heat, toss/mix for a few minutes.

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