On 13th February 2015, This was Dinner…
So Walter is getting more and more comfortable around the house but boy does he love feet. I’ve had to learn a whole new way of cooking which includes either gently pulling away, checking whether I might trip over him or accepting that he is comfortable and leaning over to a new spot without moving. No matter how close together my feet are, he’s perfected the art of squeezing in between. I call him my third slipper!
Oh and talking of slippers, if he can’t find our feet he sleeps on them, or steals one and puts it in his bed.
I went to the market today (my first time leaving him) via Pets at Home and the vets. He’s booked in for next Saturday and is now the proud owner of a collar seeing as how we misjudged the size of the one we bought him and it probably would have gone around twice! I also now have ANOTHER loyalty card to add to the purse.
- Remove the bones and fat from some pork chops and cut into thin strips
- Cut some red peppers into thin slices
- Cut some spring onions in thick slices
- Peel & finely grate some ginger
- Get sesame seeds, mirin, hot chilli sauce, soy sauce & sesame oil ready
Mix the oil. sesame seeds, mirin, hot chilli sauce, soy sauce and ginger. Pour over the pork and mix well.
Heat a little of the oil in a large pan and add the pork, stir fry for about 5 minutes. We had to do ours in batches.
Add the peppers and spring onions and cook for another 10 minutes.
Serve with rice – how easy is that?
Here’s the BBC Good Food recipe.