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Stewed Hakka Fried Pork Belly with Black Fungus Recipe

Main Dish
4 servings
2 hours
2 hours
Difficult

Ingredients

4

Seasoning :

Marinade :

Preparation

  • 1. Blend ginger, shallot and garlic finely (approximate proportion should be 2:1:1) to become paste and extract out the juice mixture, set aside for marinade.

    2. Combine pork belly with all the marinde above and marinate for at least 2 hours. Preferably marinate overnight in the fridge (wrapped with cling wrap) to allow sliced pork belly to absorb the marinade well.

    3. Heat up oil to deep-fry black fungus (to exude aromas for the dish). Dish up and sieve excess oil or drain with kitchen towels.

    4. For marinated pieces of pork belly, dip in the beaten egg and then followed by plain flour, deep-fry until the pork belly slices become golden brown and crispy. This is to prevent the meat pieces from being too dry after deep-frying.

    5. Heat up 2 tbsp cooking oil in a wok or stock pot, saute 1 tbsp chopped garlic, add in 4 tbsp Hakka nam yee red sauce, 800ml water and bring to boil. Add in pre-fried pork belly pieces and black fungus, stir to mix well. Cover, simmer with low heat for 45 minutes or stew until the pork is tender. Add dark soy sauce and light soy sauce to taste. Garnish with coriander leaves before serving.

    Source :
    http://gladyskockhomeculinary.blogspot.com/2009/09/stewed-hakka-fried-pork-belly-with.html


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