Sauté Pork with Tomatoes
August 20th, 2012 9 Comments

Sauté Pork with Tomatoes

Sauté Pork with Tomatoes
Sauté Pork with Tomatoes pictures (1 of 4)

It’s been scorching hot lately, I’m not sure if it’s global warming, but seriously, I think this is probably the hottest summer ever in Southern California.

Anyway, last month, I made the Spicy Basil Beef Salad from the Cooking Light magazine and there is another recipe that I earmarked: Sauté Pork with Tomatoes. I hardly ever make pork chops at home, and thought the recipe looks very delicious, colorful, and easy to prepare.

Pork and Tomato Skillet Sauté

So I got myself some pork chops, some grape tomatoes, and made everything on my skillet. It took only 15 minutes to make. As it’s so hot lately, I like to prepare quick dinners so I don’t get stuck in the kitchen for too long.

I invited a couple of friends over for dinner, having great conversations, eating this delicious pork chops, drink some wine, and have the AC on full blast. The pork chop is sweet and sour in taste, and great especially served with rice. Enjoy!

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9 comments... read them below or add one

  1. Xuan @ My Kitchen Fixation says:

    Yum! I bet this recipe would taste really great with sauteed shrimp too. I’ll have to try it for sure…

  2. Vivian Phi via Facebook says:

    I like the recipe :)

  3. i’ll definitely try this at home… my husband prefers my stir fried pork in rich soy sauce … i’ll give this reciipe a try this coming weekend :-)

  4. Shirley says:

    I like it that you’re sharing more general Asian recipes. Keep’em coming.

  5. Francisca Wong via Facebook says:

    I tried this and it was so simple to make and tasted fantastic

  6. joey says:

    This sounds delicious Bee! And yes so simple to make…always good when the weather is hot!

  7. Francisca Wong Thanks for trying this recipe. I am so glad you liked it.

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