Stir Fried Onions with Pork Slices Recipe

Stir Fried Onions with Pork Slices Recipe


60g lean pork

320g onions

2 tbs (10g) olive oil

1/2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp rice wine

1tsp cornstarch mixed with water

1/2 tsp rosemary


1.a. Clean onions,drain well, cut into slices. Set aside.

  b. Cut pork into small slices(same size of onions),marinate in rice wine,1/4 tsp salt,1/2 tsp cornstarch for 15mins.

2. a. Heat the oil in a wok until about 110C.Add onions slices,stir fry 1min,or until fragrance comes out.

   b. Add pork slices,stir several times;

      add rosemary,the rest salt,stir until pork thoroughly cooked.

   c. Add the rest cornstarch,stir several times until thicken.

   d. Turn off heat,pour into a dish,serve.

Serving Method:(6 servings)

Serve at lunch or dinner as main dish.

Nutritional Information:(1 serving)


Protein: 2.7g

Fat: 1.5g

Sugar: 4.3g

Beneficial Function: Invigorate spleen,stimulate appetite,smooth Chi. Suitable for those hyperlipidemia whose spleen is weak,Chi stagnation, loss of appetite, abdomen bulge after eating food, weak,tired,dizziness and discomfort in chest.

Those whose spleen is weak but feel hot don't eat.

Waterless cookware recipe for Stir Fried Onions with Pork Slices

1. Cut onion into small pieces. 2. Cut pork into small slices,marinate in salt and soy sauce for 15mins. 3. Add the above onion and pork slices in the pan,cover.Start medium heat,wait the whistle,turn off heat. 4. Uncover,add soy sauce,salt, or other ingredients to taste,stir well,serve.

Please note,we didn't use cooking oil. Waterless cookware is the best choice to cook low fat food--Keep low fat while maintain most nutrition of the food than other cookware. Check details here

Return from Stir Fried Onions with Pork Slices Recipe to low fat diet recipes home page

Share this page:
Enjoy this page? Please pay it forward. Here's how...

Would you prefer to share this page with others by linking to it?

  1. Click on the HTML link code below.
  2. Copy and paste it, adding a note of your own, into your blog, a Web page, forums, a blog comment, your Facebook account, or anywhere that someone would find this page valuable.