Sweet Potsticker Pork with Udon Noodles

And now,
the continuation of…
Potsticker Pork.
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Yesterday we found our pork spanked
between two lusty layers
of home-buffed wonton dough then
fried and steamed until
it turned into a good, good little potsticker.
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And yet.
One can not dine on potstickers alone.
{And to be gosh-awful honest,
one might not want to fry potstickers until the end of time
using that entire, honking bowl of filling from yesterday’s post.)
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Therefore, to fill yer potbelly
and cut back on fry time
one will wok up a batch of this…
Sweet Potsticker Pork with Udon Noodles
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To make, simply add
a Tablespoon of Olive Oil
into a hot skillet,
then fry any remaining
When Pigs Fly Pork Potsticker Filling
on Medium-High heat
with an additional 2 T. of Soy Sauce
for 5-6 minutes or until pork is fully cooked.
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Sprinkle 1/2 c. brown sugar over pork mixture
then add 2 c. of cooked Udon Noodles.
Stir until sugar is dissolved.
Make a well in the center of the pork and noodles.
Crack an egg inside the well
then whisk it quickly until the egg is cooked
(about 2 minutes).
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Mix entire skillet together.
Top with black sesame seeds and chopped green onions.
Serve it up Quick-a-roo.
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Confucious say:
Woman who puts detergent on top shelf, jump for Joy.
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3 Responses to “Sweet Potsticker Pork with Udon Noodles”

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    moseyalong on December 9, 2008 at 2:07 am Reply

    I followed you over here from cjane simply because you have the best blog title EVER. And then I see the pork udon photo and now my stomach is grumbling (it’s midnight – too late for snacks – too late for snacks). And you have nifty pics and funny prose.

    Thanks for the chuckle and the hunger pangs.

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    jksfam on December 9, 2008 at 9:40 am Reply

    Can I hire you to be my personal chef? I’m too lazy to make a lot of stuff!

    The Confucious quote is funny – my mom had a picture of Pride (either an old or fake name for a boxed detergent) and a bottle of Joy so that she could show people her “Pride and Joy.”

    Funny verification word: uppers

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    Sharon on December 9, 2008 at 8:46 pm Reply

    What a cute and yummy post!

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