Braised Pork Belly

Thursday, April 3, 2014


Happy Thursday!

It's been a long while since I've last posted a food recipe on the blog. I have been cooking quite a bit but trying to take photos at the same time has been somewhat difficult. But I'll try to do more in the near future! So today's recipe I wanted to try to make a delicious dish using pork belly for the first time ever and I think it came out successful! I hope you guys like it! It's pretty simple and easy to make and yet it may not be the most healthiest, it's great on top of quinoa/brown rice. ;)

I got the recipe from here and made a few changes by adding regular white granulated sugar instead of rock sugar (which you can still do!). I just didn't have any on hand at the time. Also, when cooking the raw pork belly in the oil, it will splatter all over so please be careful! I had to use a lid to shield myself. haha..  

Let's get started..

 Slice the pork belly into 1 inch pieces.

Cook the pork belly with vegetable oil in the pan or wok.

 Have the chopped green onions and minced ginger ready.

 Combine the soy sauces and rice cooking wine together. Then add the green onions and ginger to the mixture.

Put the mixture in a large pot and add the sugar and let it cook to dissolve the sugar. Then add the cooked pork belly in and let it shimmer on medium heat for an hour. 

Measurements:

1lb of raw pork belly
1/4 cup of light soy sauce
1/4 cup of dark soy sauce
1/2 cup of rice cooking wine
3 tablespoons of granulated sugar
Minced ginger (small piece)
4 chopped green onions

After the pork belly is done cooking, you can top it over rice with a side of veggies and enjoy! :)

24 comments:

  1. I am not too big on pork, but I know my husband would LOVE this! I'll keep it in mind next time I make something veggie for me :)

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  2. This looks awesome! Like Sara, I don't really like pork, so I'd like to try it with another meat! I am actually running a CHANEL spring make up set giveaway, worth over $150. Thought you might be interested;)!

    Come by soon!

    xx

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  3. That looks absolutely amazing. :) Makes me want to make it, but its hard to find good quality pork belly here :(.
    Anyway will add it to the to do list.
    Thanks :D

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  4. I think this is the recipe for a Taiwanese style dish. I'm not sure how it translates to English. Haha. But it looks delish! :)

    xxDenysia Yu
    http://thatlaitgirl.com

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  5. Hmmmm Pork belly roast! Man that looks so delicious!!!

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  6. Beautiful post! :)
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  7. Get. In. My. Belly. Sheila this looks so good! I've never tried pork belly before! Does it taste like bacon by any chance (cuz I love me some bacon lol)?

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  8. Mmm, looks delicious!!
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    Check out my new post if you've time!
    xoxo

    Tia

    http://glory-andgore.blogspot.com

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  9. Wow.... Lovely...yummyyy!!! Thank you for visiting my blog! Do you want to see my last post?
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  10. OMG that look so good. I make this one vietnamese dish that is similar to that. My husband love eggs in there

    btw i love that you have a dog blog too! :D

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  11. Soooo yummy. Need this in my tummy, stat!
    Thanks for sharing the recipe, Sheila!

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  12. Sheila, I love this dish but the meat is so fat! LOL, I usually pick at the skinny part and drenched my rice with the sauce. So yummy!

    xo Jo

    http://www.whiterosesandcoffee.com

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  13. Yum!! I can't wait to try our recipe!

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  14. Hmm browsing through your blog and when I see food...it automatically attracts me! I love the pork belly cut (though only have it once in a while due to the high fat content). Love the stickiness sweet and aspect to this dish! Defo one to try for sure!!! Thanks Sheila for posting!

    http://suprajen888.blogspot.co.uk/

    Jen xoxo

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