When Wegmans first opened, they use to send a flyer out. In one of those flyers was a recipe for stir fry pork with snow peas in citrus soy sauce. It's a terrific recipe as it can be prepared in 30 minutes. If you click on the link for the recipe, most of the vegetables can be purchased pre-cut, however, I do my own vegetable prep.
I purchased Wegmans family pack (four tenderloins, two per pack) of pork tenderloins for $2.99/lb., which is a great price. The red pepper was $3.99/lb. as I believe the snow peas were too. I love their citrus soy sauce ($1.99 for 4 oz.), which really makes this dish. Wegmans has other sauce and finishing butters, but this is the only I've tried.
Make sure you use a non-stick pan. I once again used my LeCrueset, but the meat stuck to the pan despite the fact that I used oil to saute the meat. While you're cooking the main course, cook your style of rice that you wish to serve the stir fry over. I used regular white rice. Dress it with either more soy sauce or Chinese mustard for some heat. The recipe serves four.
A former teacher, shop-a-holic, empty-nester redefining quick, family approved dinners.