Taking one meal and creating two out of it is something I enjoy doing. Not only does this help avoid waste with the whole repurposing of things but, variety also makes it special! Sometimes when a meal is planned, I may want a soup instead. So, I will from time to time make a soup option out of the main meal I started with.
With something as simple as pork chops that have been marinated for a couple hours, you can definitely pull this dish off! Here, we will take a look at the noodle soup option, which is just as easy as the noodle stir-fry!
Pork Noodle Stir Fry - half of the cooked batch
1 Marinade batch
2 Quarts Chicken, Pork or Vegetable Stock
Follow the recipe for making Pork Noodle Stir-Fry and reserve half of the entire recipe.
GARNISH OPTIONS: Fresh cilantro, fresh mint, fresh or dried chili, sesame seeds, English cucumber, etc.
On medium heat, add your stock, the remaining marinade and pork bones to your pot. Bring up to temperature and simmer for approximately 10 minutes.
Remove the bones and skim off any remnants that have floated to the top of your stock.
Into two bowls, add your soup stock, and split the reserved Pork Teriyaki Noodle Stir-Fry between them. Garnish to your liking.
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