Thursday, November 16, 2006

fatty pork

I'm sure there's a proper Chinese name for this dish, but it will always be referred to as "fatty pork" in our household.

braised pork belly
I've been on a "bring-food-to-people" kick. This went as a picnic to R&D's as a pre-move dinner. I braised the pork belly in anise, garlic, ginger, soy sauce and water. I upped the heat level by adding a few slices of my mom's home-grown chili peppers.
[pork belly, water, soy sauce, brown sugar, chinese rice wine, star anise, ginger, garlic, chili pepper; boy choy, zucchini]

4 Comments:

Anonymous daphne said...

Around here, we call it "double fat pork" and (along with sushi and salted fish fried rice) it's one of our many favorites that we never tell our parents about.

We are great supporters of your "bring-food-to-the-people" kick. (Particularly since we get to be the "people" a lot of the time!) But I don't think you brought this one over. Because I definitely would've remembered! : )

29/11/06 19:17  
Blogger s. said...

Oh, yeah. It was for the other R&D who moved recently. :)

29/11/06 22:50  
Anonymous daphne said...

Shameless two timer!

Well, we all know there's only one way to make up for two timing. And that, my friend, is double fat pork.

30/11/06 15:25  
Anonymous daphne said...

Shameless two timer!

Well, we all know there's only one way to make up for two timing. And that, my friend, is double fat pork.

30/11/06 15:25  

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