is a childhood favorite. Anything with pork or tofu I will eat it. I mainly love it because
it’s a quick and easy to make.
I normally use watercress instead of spinach. On this occasion my husband accidentally bought spinach instead. I was a little iffy at first, surprisingly it turned out great. You can use either one. It will still be great.
During the week I am usually entertaining 7 little ones after school, ages 2-10 years old. Since I am a stay at home mom for the time being, that qualifies me to be a very convenient babysitter. I really don’t mind. I love having my nieces and nephew over. I wish I could keep them all. Juggling homework with 6 children, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 9 fishes, chores, and a toddler not to mention.
Dinner is my least favorite and…. bath time.
On good days I am able to prepare dinner while the little one is napping just before the kids get home. Of course that doesn’t always pan out. So instead I like to prepare a slow cook meal, but sometimes you want something different right? That’s where this recipe comes in handy.
- 2 lbs. chopped pork
- 1 medium tomato diced
- 1 Bunch spinach
- 1 cup diluted Chicken Bouillon
- ½ cup Aloha Shoyu
- 1 Pack Extra Firm Tofu (optional) cut into cubes
- 1. Cook chopped pork on medium heat covered (no water). *Stir continuously
- 2. Once pork is cooked drain and return to pot with diluted chicken bouillon
- 3. Add soy sauce, spinach, tomato and tofu
- 4. Cook on medium/low heat and allow it to simmer
- 5. After simmering for 10 minutes serve with rice
- Great to serve over rice. Enjoy!