Sweet and Sour Pork Recipe

Sweet and sour pork makes the perfect family meal. It’s easy to make and is usually a hit with the kids.
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20 comments

  1. you could use better mixing cups without all the clinking noise!!! 6 side glasses are not very effective mixing containers?

  2. A few tips when making this: Add pineapples to the stir fry and use the pineapple juice from the canned pineapples to add in the sweet and sour sauce. It will make it taste so much better. And if you want the red color like the restaurant, add about a teaspoon of red food coloring.  If you want to make the pork crispier, make a batter consisting of one egg white, 1/2 cup of cornstarch, 1 cup of flour, 1 tablespoon of baking powder, 1/2 cup of ice cold water, and a tablespoon of oil. It will make the pork a lot crispier. I also suggest you use pork shoulder, Even though it's a fattier cut of meat, the fat will keep the pork from drying out.

  3. Thank you!

  4. Nickayla McClintock

    thank you so much i try it and it was perfect thankyou !

  5. I made it today, only replacing pork with chicken. Another great recipe from you. Wife and son loved it. Greetings from Poland

  6. i suppose reducing the sugar wont make much of a difference, but seriously, diet sweetener? It's gonna be a disaster. Better try brown sugar if you are that worried.

  7. Christine Han

    wow thats a lot of sugar! will it make the taste go wrong if I reduce the white sugar or if I switch it to a "diet sweetener"?

  8. Alberto Valencia

    Thanks,i will.ñ_ñ

  9. Asiancookingmadeeasy

    Thank you – let me know when you make it 🙂

  10. Alberto Valencia

    Thanks so much, I really enjoy the chinesse food, and your recipes looks very easy to make, thanks, im going to try and let you know if ill do it right 😛

  11. Hi, i wanted to ask why you decided to use these ingredients to make the sweet sour sauce instead of the other one you did a tutorial on (the one with the chicken broth, etc). Does it matter which one you use and also, will the recipe turn out the same if i use chicken instead of pork? Thanks in advance, i love your videos 🙂

  12. Asiancookingmadeeasy

    Thank you so much for trying this and commenting – I appreciate this 🙂

  13. Asiancookingmadeeasy

    You can par boil the peppers in a pot – just bring the water to a boil, add the peppers and cook them for just a minute or until they are just slightly tender. Then drain them and add them as you would the microwaved peppers 🙂

  14. SailorSasori

    What if you do not have a microwave?

  15. Asiancookingmadeeasy

    Thank you 🙂

  16. good job 😀

  17. Asiancookingmadeeasy

    That is wonderful! I'm so glad they liked it. Thank you so much for trying this and commenting 🙂

  18. CriticalDynamics STG

    Delicious, even my picky kids ate it!!!

  19. Asiancookingmadeeasy

    Hi, I actually use a cooking sherry – the Holland House brand that can usually be found in most local grocery stores 🙂

  20. great receipt….what kind of sherry you recommend. thank you..