My daughter strongly urged me to cook a dish. Sweet and sour, very suitable for children's tastes, as long as there is this dish, a bowl of rice is not under the daughter's words, why not do it, hehe!
The pork tenderloin is loosely sliced and cut into 5 cm long strips. Add salt and cooking wine and mix well to marinate a little; onion, ginger and garlic are minced.
Mix the egg white, starch, and flour evenly, and mix well with the tenderloin.
Heat the oil to six to seventy percent of the heat, add the tenderloin to the golden yellow, and remove the oil.
Take a small bowl, add sugar, salt, cooking wine, soy sauce, vinegar, a small amount of starch, MSG into juice.
Heat the oil, scallions, ginger, and minced garlic. Pour in the prepared juice. When the juice is thick, pour in the tenderloin and stir fry until the meat is evenly wrapped in the sauce.
Generally, sweet and sour dishes can be sweet and sour with a ratio of 2 parts sugar and 1 part vinegar.