Thai ginger pork is an Asian stir-fried dish also influenced by the Chinese. Although this is not so known among Western Thai food fans, this dish has frequent appearances on street food stalls. Other variations can use chicken or beef, too.

This recipe is so savory due to the main ingredients of fresh ginger, pepper, shallot and mushrooms. If you can only get dried wood-ear mushrooms, soak them in warm water and stir fry with other ingredients.

Stir frying technique is typically utilized to prepare this recipe. In Thailand, chefs use sliced pork, ground pork and chuck meat combined with vegetables, rice and noodles. Red bell pepper and more chili can zest up this flavorful dish, for those who are a fan of spicy food.