There are many, many braised pork dishes in Chinese cuisine. It is almost impossible to list them all out, but one of the widely loved is “Braised Pork with Brown Sauce”. The rich brown color sauce sometimes is just enough to finish up a bowl of steamed rice.

The dish looks invitingly shiny and the meat is soft and the soup is rich. Salty with a slight sweet taste. This dish is amazing! Each Chinese family has their own version of cooking Braised Pork with Brown Sauce. Ours are very simple for you to cook. I still laughed at myself how my craving for this made me googling for hours looking for the recipe.

Recipe: Braised Pork with Brown Sauce

Braised Pork with Brown Sauce

Braised Pork with Brown Sauce

Taste: The meat is soft and the soup is rich. Salty with a slight sweet taste.

Features: The dish looks invitingly shiny.

Ingredients for Braised Pork with Brown Sauce recipe:

450 grams (1 lb) streaky pork with skin on
2 grams (1/3 tsp) salt
1 gram (1/4 tsp) MSG
25 grams (1 3/4 tbsp) sugar
75 grams (4 tbsp) soy sauce
20 grams (2/3 oz) chopped ginger
20 grams (2/3 oz)finely cut scallions
50 grams (3 1/2 tbsp) oil
1000 grams (2 cups) water
20 grams (1 2/3 tbsp) cooking wine

Method to cook Braised Pork with Brown Sauce:

1, Cut the meat into squares about 3 cm (1.2 inches) long each side.

2, Heat the oil to 110-135℃ (230-275℉)and stir-fry the scallions and ginger until they produce a distinctive aroma. Add the pork squares and mix well. Add in the cooking wine and soy sauce, and cook till the meat changes into a brownish color.

3, Add the water and slat to bring it to a boiling point. Turn to low fire and let it simmer for 1 hour. Turn to high fire to boil off some of the soup.

4, Dish up and serve. Enjoy this Braised Pork with Brown Sauce recipe.

{September 13, 2010} {Tags: , , , }