Oyster Pork Stir Fry

A quick, one pan wonder!  However, it is best to let the pork marinade for 15-20 minutes before cooking & then add 10 minutes for cooking time.
Time : 25-30 minutes


Noggin Fix

This dish has over 300%* of your RDA for vitamin C thanks to garlic, mange tout, peppers and broccoli, and even the mange tout are trying to claim some benefit of vitamin C!  Vitamin C helps not only with your immune system but also depression & anxiety, and supports the co-ordination/dizziness symptoms.

The baby sweet corn, soya sauce, ginger, broccoli and pork combine to over 35% of your RDA for magnesium to help with migraines, memory issues, insomnia and depression.  Broccoli added Q-10 helps the migraine relief too.

B-6 is found in the pork and garlic, making up 80% of your RDA with some extra coming from the broccoli, peppers and ginger.  Insomnia, depression, confusion, exhaustion, light sensitivity & dizziness.

There is a touch of B-12 in the milk and pork to help dizziness, memory and insomnia & exhaustion. 

*Percentages are of your Recommended Daily Allowance


Serves 2


1 cup x broccoli, chopped into bite sized chunks 1/2 x bell pepper, chopped into strips 1/2 cup x mange tout 1/2 cup x baby sweet corn 1 cup x pork tenderloin, cubed 1 tbsp x milk 1 tbsp x soya sauce 3 tbsp x oyster sauce 1 tbsp x sesame oil 3 x garlic cloves, minced 1 inch x ginger, finely chopped


  1. In a bowl, place pork pieces with milk, soya sauce, garlic & ginger.  Cover the bowl with cling film & put in fridge to marinade for 15-20 mins.
  2. When the pork has marinated, heat a large rounded frying pan or wok on medium high heat. Add sesame oil until hot then add pork & sauce, cook until meat is no longer pink.
  3.  Add vegetables & oyster sauce, cook until vegetables are soft but still crunchy.
  4. Remove from heat & serve.