👉This easy pork mince recipe, Yuk Sung, is one of my favourite go to, lighter options.
HOW DO YOU MAKE PORK MINCE YUK SUNG?
Yuk Sung is a super simple lunch option, or light supper dish, that can be made in under 30 minutes.
HOW MANY CALORIES ARE IN YUK SUNG?
There are around 200 calories in each Yuk Sung wrap making this a healthy choice.
Yuk Sung is a low carb dish. By choosing 5% fat pork, turkey or chicken you can also further reduce the fat content.
IS THERE A VEGETARIAN VERSION OF YUK SUNG?
Yuk Sung can easily be made vegetarian and even vegan. Simply substitute the pork for Quorn mince or vermicelli noodles and use Vegetarian Oyster Sauce, for a simple meat free Monday or Vegan dish. Many Soy sauces are also gluten free so check yours and if so, this combined with the vegetarian Oyster Sauce makes this a great gluten free choice too.
This Yuk Sung recipe uses red chillies, which add colour and flavour. I know that not everyone can tolerate spice, so I put these in a bowl on the table, so can be left out entirely for young children.
Oyster sauce is a secret Chinese ingredient, it adds amazing flavour to all Chinese style dishes. I always have a bottle in the fridge. You can also buy Vegetarian and Vegan versions.
👍Of course you can make this recipe with turkey mince also, but i prefer minced pork, as I think the turkey mice can be a bit dry.
👍I hope you enjoy this easy recipe as much as I do. I’d love to know how you got on and what you thought of it if you make this Yuk Sung recipe.
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Ingredients 1 tsp sesame seed oil
3 cloves Garlic
1 tsp Ginger Puree or 1 inch piece if using fresh.
2 Small Carrots
250 g Mushrooms
1 stick of celery finely chopped
500 g Pork Mince
3 tsp Chinese Five Spice
2 tbsp Dark Soy Sauce colour & 2 tbsp oyster Sauce
2 tbsp Light Soy Sauce flavour
To Serve 3 Spring Onion Chopped & 2 Red Chillies (add more or less depending on your taste)
2-3 Little Gem Lettuce
Instructions Firstly prepare your vegetables: Chop onion and mushrooms. Peel and crush garlic. Peel and finely chop carrots. Peel and chop Ginger (if using fresh).
Heat half the oil in large open wok, fry the pork mince & celery until browned. Then remove from pan and stand to the side.
Add the rest of the oil to the pan and fry onion, garlic and ginger for around three minutes until soft.
Add mushrooms and carrots, fry for a further five minutes.
Put pork back in the frying pan, add in five spice, dark and light soy and oyster sauces.
Cook on a medium to low heat for 10-15 minutes, until the mixture is browned, sauce has thicken slightly and absorbed into the meat.
Serve in little gem lettuce leaves, and top with chopped spring onions and chillies. (Leave chillies out if you prefer).
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