Dry Fry pork
I have a confession. I am a lazy cook. I like meals that will take me the least amount of effort and give me superb results. Sometimes, I will go above and beyond in the kitchen but most days I can’t be bothered. If the cooking plan uses minimal utensils, even better, I really am lazy when it comes to kitchen things and I’d rather not leave a huge pile of dirty dishes when I am done.
Few dishes are lazy person friendly like pork. There are times I have just diced it, added some seasoning and thrown it in the oven for some time and voila! Ready to eat. Pork is simple to cook and versatile and almost always produces excellent results. So today I am sharing with you my simple dry fry pork recipe.
- green chili
- bell peppers ( hoho)
- soy sauce
- fennel seeds (optional, you can substitute with spices of your choice)
- Dice the pork and put in a sufuria with the fennel seeds, add water and boil over medium to low heat till tender and water has evaporated.
- Turn the pork severally using a cooking spoon to avoid it sticking to the sufuria while allowing it to cook more evenly in it’s own fat
- Add the onions, green chili and salt and continue turning until the onions are well cooked.
- Add the soy sauce and turn the heat to the lowest setting. Cover and leave to simmer for about 3-5 minutes.
- Add the hoho and dhania and quickly turn to mix well and turn off the heat. The hoho and dhania should not cook.
- That’s it, the meal is ready to eat. Serve with a side and veggies of your choosing.
Simple and easy tasty meal