Easy Spicy Pork Noodles are as easy to make as they are to eat! Don’t let the easy part fool you. This delicious dish is packed with protein and flavor, all mixed together with ramen noodles. If you want another delicious dinner recipe that is as good as takeout, try my Healthy Kung Pao Chicken.
Easy Spicy Pork Noodles
Ramen noodles have a reputation of being stacked in college students’ rooms, eaten for most meals. I admit I went through a few packages of the noodles myself😊. I happen to love them, and when I decided to use them for this Easy Spicy Pork Noodles recipe, I actually loved them even more! So, when you see how easy this meal is to make, you will stock up on the noodles again, just like old times.
Easy Spicy Pork Noodles Recipe
As I have mentioned, this recipe is easy to make, yet so delicious to eat! It’s as good as any takeout you might order, and it can be on the table in just a few minutes.
How to Make Easy Spicy Pork Noodles
Once you have your ingredients out and ready to go, it’s a matter of getting all that flavor mixed together. First, cook the ramen noodles, but do not add the flavor pack (if there is one). They usually take about 3 minutes in boiling water. Drain the noodles and set them aside.
Meanwhile, in a large skillet, heat up the oil and cook the sliced pork loin in the heated oil until it has been browned. Then, add the garlic and cook it for about a minute. Next, add the brown sugar, soy sauce, and chili garlic sauce to the skillet, stirring to combine. Reduce the heat to medium-low, cover the skillet, and let the ingredients simmer for about 5 minutes. Finally, mix in the boiled noodles and serve! You can add green onions to the top if you wish.
How to Slice the Pork
I have emphasized slicing the pork very thin, but what does that mean exactly? If you can’t buy it already sliced, you can definitely do it on your own. First, place the cut of meat into a freezer-safe bag and freeze the meat for about an hour. If you are letting the meat thaw from a frozen state, don’t let it get completely thawed out before slicing it. You want the pork to be easy enough to cut through, but still have some firmness to it. Grab a sharp knife and carefully slice pieces about 1/8-inch thick and set aside until you have all the meat sliced. You can use the meat immediately, or you can wrap the pieces in plastic wrap, seal in a freezer-safe bag, and store in the freezer until you are ready to use them.
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Easy Spicy Pork Noodles
- 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
- 1 pound pork loin, sliced very thin
- 1 clove garlic, minced
- ⅓ cup brown sugar
- ½ cup soy sauce
- 1 tablespoon chili garlic sauce
- 6 ounces ramen noodles, any flavor
- 1 tablespoon green onions, sliced
- In a medium saucepan, boil water. Add noodles (not the flavor packet if included) and cook for 3 minutes. Drain the noodles and set them aside.
- In a large skillet over medium heat, heat oil until it sizzles. Add sliced pork and cook until just brown.
- Add garlic and cook until fragrant (about 1 minute).
- Add brown sugar, soy sauce, and chili garlic sauce. Stir to combine.
- Reduce heat to medium-low, cover and simmer for 5 minutes.
- Add noodles and stir to combine.
- Serve immediately, garnished with green onions.
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This was pretty good. The appearance was a little off putting since it was all kind of muddy looking. I am definitely going to make this again. I will add some colorful vegetables and more chili sauce as it wasn’t as hot as I would have liked.
It is delicious; I have used chicken, too, but I double the meat portion and add broccoli and other veggies and an extra packet of noodles since it makes quite a bit of sauce.
Eating it right now. Love it just as is
Used whole wheat capellini for extra fiber. Added broccoli and snow peas. Finished off with sesame seeds and sesame oil. Delicious!
I think I would use a little less brown sugar, and low salt soy sauce.
Would definitely try again
This was very good. I added some canned mushrooms. I made it as printed with the exception of the garlic chili sauce which I did not have. So I added an extra clove of garlic and a large tablespoon of ketchup mixed with a little Franks Hot Sauce. Oh and I didn’t have Ramen noodles but I did have noodles and I cooked them first then added them and cooked everything another few minutes. Very tasty. A keeper.
What can I substitute the garlic chili sauce for in the recipe for Ramen Noodle pork loin dish??
I used a garlic dipping sauce I found near the make it yourself pizza stuff at Walmart. It’s like the garlic dipping sauce from papa johns.
We don’t have a poppa johns. So since it has two ingredients should be simple but…
To make it chili pepper (powder) and a “liquid” garlic. Is that something I can purchase in a store? I don’t recall ever seeing that. Also what would the amounts? Once you explain liquid garlic 🙄🙂 how much of the two ingredients do you combine to make the sauce for this recipe? Thank you in advance.
You’ll find the garlic chili sauce in the Asian food aisle. Look near sweet and sour sauce, etc. Its not like liquid pizza dipping sauce.