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Chinese Style Pork Chop September 28, 2006

Posted by Angeleyes in Meat.
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Not that I love to eat pork that much but it seems to be a really versatile ingredient in many types of cooking.

Ever since Darrius started taking solid, I have been buying lean pork to add into his porridge. Will buy around RM2-3 of lean meat each week and sometimes I’m left with a huge chunk in the freezer after slicing a few pieces for Darrius’s porridge. As it is lean so the best and simplest thing to do with it is to make some pork chops ala Chinese style.

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Recipe:

      Marinade

  • 250gm Lean pork (slice to about 1cm thick)
  • 1tsp Black soy sauce
  • 1tsp Light soy sauce
  • 1tsp Cooking oil
  • Sugar
  • Pepper

      Topping Sauce (optional)

  • 30ml Water
  • 1tsp Corn flour
  • 1tbsp Tomato Ketchup
  • Salt
  • Pepper

      Decoration

  • 1pkt Snow peas

Method:

  1. Marinade pork for 1/2 hour or more.
    Heat up wok with about 1 tbsp of oil and fry the marinated pork on slow fire.
  2. When the pork are all cooked, pick them up and use the remaining oil to cook the topping sauce. Mix all the ingredients and pour into wok and stir until boil. Pour in the pork chops and stir lightly before taking out.
  3. For the snow peas, boil in water with a dash of salt and oil for about 1-2 minutes (not too long or the peas will not be crisp)

Note: Before marinating the pork, tenderise it first by using the back of the clever and chop lightly in a criss-cross way for a few times so the meat will not be tough to bite.

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Comments»

1. mylittlechampion - October 1, 2006

aiyoh… this dish my hubby sure like one.. solly ah… tonight i am going to cook this dish using yr recipe… hehe. will visit yr blog very very the often!!! thanks..

2. Angeleyes - October 1, 2006

wah… this is no doubt my fav dish also coz it’s really easy to prepare. Hope you a successful nite! 🙂

3. Pork in Worchester Sauce « FoodNotes - A Homely Culinary Adventure - November 24, 2006

[…] I will usually buy fish or lean meat or ‘yuk ngan’ to cook porridge for Darrius as these have the least fat content. ‘Yuk ngan’ is the best part to cook Chinese Style Pork Chop too. However, you will need to tenderise the meat before you marinade so it will be tender and not tough as rubber when you bite! […]

4. hueyfong - March 16, 2007

Wah… vy simple and nice dish. I will definately cook for my hubby when he’s back from Qatar. He’ll be craving for pork …. You are really great 😉

5. Angeleyes - March 21, 2007

Hueyfong,

Thanks for dropping by and hope you enjoy the tips here! 🙂

6. jazzmint - June 17, 2007

wah after spending 1 hour flipping..finally found ur recipe kekeke

7. freda - October 11, 2008

tq tq :p my hubby is a porky person, sure drool until i have to mop floor when i cook this dish for him tomorrow nite…hehehe, tq for your recipe

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