This spiralized stir fry is flavor and protein packed and saves well for leftovers. Ditch the takeout menu and make this flavorful sesame, ginger, and garlic stir fry with pork and veggies.
Sesame Ginger Garlic Pork Stirfry with Carrots
Spiralized vegetables are perfect for stir frying – they soak up the flavors of whatever stir fry sauce you’re using better than a “regular” noodle would and they had a gorgeous color to your dish. They’re more nutritious, quicker to prepare, and quicker to cook.
I love the combination of sesame, ginger, and garlic, especially when paired with a meat like chicken or pork. There’s something about ginger and garlic – you need very little extra than those two to make a flavorful meal.
Broccoli and spiralized carrots are steamed at the same time here to save even more time. Be careful not to over steam the carrots or they’ll break up when you cook them together with the sauce. However, I did this (ha!) and even though the noodles break apart, it’s still an incredibly tasty dish, so all will not be lost.
If you don’t like pork, try chicken or shrimp. If you don’t eat meat, tofu or edamame would work really well.
How to reheat stir fry
- To reheat this stir fry, place everything over medium-high heat in a large skillet and toss until warmed through, 5-7 minutes.
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