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Shredded Leafy Greens Pork Loin Chops Stir-fry

M Updated July 17, 2016
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Shredded Leafy Greens Pork Loin Chops Stir-fry

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Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Serves or Units
3 to 4 bowls


Large Bowl Leafy Vegetables such as kale, spinach, Tah Tsai, Mizuna, Mustards, Boy Choy, cabbage, etc
800 grams Pork loin chops (about 3 medium pieces)
4 or 5 Fresh beans
1 or 2 Cloves Garlic
1 Cup Jerusalem Artichoke
2 Medium onions
1/2 Cup Top part of spring onion
20 grams (about) Butter (a small slice off the block)
Qty Salt & Pepper (to taste)
1/2 Juice Lemon (medium size)
2 x Tablespoons Soy sauce
200 grams (about) Egg noodles - thin type (use as much as needed)


  1. After washing the leafy greens slice/shred them fine with a kitchen knife then chop and dice the other vegetables roughly 1/4 inch thin at least so they are quick to cook in the stir-fry.
  2. Slice the pork into thin strips - you can cut the fat off first if you wish but I keep it on because I like the extra flavour.
  3. Melt the butter in a pan (you can use a wok but any pan will do). Saute the vegetables (EXCEPT for the leafy greens) for a few minutes until they are soft.
  4. Add the pork and stir-fry until the meat has browned and cooked through. Season with some salt and pepper to your taste.
  5. Place thin egg noodles in boiling water to cook concurrently so they will be ready as the stir-fry cooking is done.
  6. Add the shredded leafy greens, soy sauce, lemon juice, and mix all well stir-frying briefly just until the leafy greens have wilted - do NOT overcook the greens!
  7. Assemble the dish by adding some noodles to the base of the bowl, then the stir-fry, and drizzle some pan juices over the top to seep through down into the noodles on the bottom.

See the video of this recipe by scrolling down below!

This recipe is good for kids and our children enjoy eating it but if you wanted to spice it up more try including chilli and/or ginger.  

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Great healthy and fast recipe for kids
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I recommend this recipe for taste and how easy it is to prepare/make. Our kids really do enjoy eating this stir-fry even with the large amount of greens packed into the dish! 

If you'd like to spice it up for more flavour added chopped chilli, ginger, fresh coriander.   

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