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Stir-fried chilli pork from Bill's Everyday Asian by Bill Granger

  • spring onions
  • soy sauce
  • garlic
  • hoisin sauce
  • sesame oil
  • pork fillets
  • dried chilli flakes
  • mirin
  • red chillies
  • dry-roasted peanuts

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  • lou_weez on January 01, 2019

    This was a bit of a hit in our house. I used pork steaks instead of fillet, substituted plum sauce (as I didn't have hoisin) and didn't add the chilli as I was serving it to children of which one said, 'Can you please give this recipe to my mum.'

  • Gio on October 08, 2015

    Pg. 142. For the pork fillets I used boneless pork chops and they worked out very well sliced per directions. The sauces had well balanced layers of flavor. We used Thai bird chilis and did not find them too astringent We liked the finished dish and would cook it again exactly as written.

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