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Pork Chop Soy

 Pork Chop Soy is another Mauritian dish that is so close to my heart. I am sure everybody who makes it back home has there own version of it. I realize I have never made it with pork back home as I come from a family who doesn’t even touch pork. However married to an Irish man I came around a bit, now not only I cook but I eat it too, though in moderation. This pork chop soy has a combination of weird vegetables like brussel sprouts and mushrooms but feel free to pick vegetables that are available to you. Totally skip mushroom and brussel sprouts if you don’t like them and replace them with prawn, baby sweet corn, pak choi and any other green leaves. It is a also kid friendly dish if not using chili.

Pork Chop Suey 

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Number of servings: 5

Per Serving 574 calories

Fat 38 g

Carbs 7 g

Protein 48 g


Pork Chop Suey 


Pork Loin Medallions 300g cut into strips

Carrots 2 Chop into fine strips

Mushrooms 6 Chopped

Sugar Snap Peas 1 Cup 

Brussel Sprouts  4 Chopped      

Yellow Pepper 1 cut into strips

Onion    1 Chopped                         

Ginger paste 1 tea spoon

Garlic Paste 1 tea spoon    

Fish Sauce 2 table spoon      

Soy sauce 2 table spoon  

Cornflour 2 table spoon

Chilli Flakes to taste

Salt to taste

Sugar  1 tea spoon                  

Water about 50ml

Oil 3 table spoon of olive oil                        


  1. Use a bowl to marinate the meat with half of the garlic paste and some salt. Leave it to rest for 30 minutes.
  2. Heat some oil in a wok. Fry the meat for about 5 minutes. Take it out from the wok and put aside on a plate.
  3. Throw in the ginger and carrots. Fry for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Add the mushrooms,peppers and onions and cook for 2 more minutes. Add the rest of the garlic paste and stir. 
  5. Add the meat.
  6. Add the fish sauce,soya sauce and the brown sugar and mix well.
  7. Mix the cornflour in some water. Pour it over the vegetables in the wok then add in the chopped brussels sprouts and the sugar snap peas. Taste for salt.
  8. When the sauce gets thicker switch off the cooker and serve hot with some boiled rice.
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