Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Cooking ~ Pork Belly Leek and Crispy Beancurd

This is one of the dish I grow up eating.  All the good stuff rolled into one, the greens, protein and meat.  I try to make one dish using beancurd atleast once every week and last week I made this.

1.  2 pc of beancurd (diced and panfried)
2.  Porkbelly - sliced. Amount is up to individual preference
*Marinate with soysauce, a dash of sugar, pepper and shaoxing wine
3.  Leeks 
4.  Chopped garlic
5.  Sliced onion

1.  2 tsp soy sauce
2.  1/4 tsp sugar
3.  1 tsp oyster sauce
4.  A dash of pepper

1.  Saute onion and garlic till they soften 
2.  Add in the pork belly and let it caramalised
3.  Once the pork belly slices turn golden, add in the seasoning.  Add a little bit of water and let it simmer.
4.  Add in leeks and stir well.  Don't overcook the leeks.
5.  Dish out the pork belly and arrange the previously panfried beancurd on the side
(Alternatively, the beancurd can also be cooked together with the pork belly).

DH - Leeks! Cook again soon.
DS - Ho ciak. Like Mom's.
Me - *flattered*


Kiddothings said...

This looks interesting! I usually just use siew yok if I cook leek. But then my family don't really like leek but I do :)

Martha said...

wow you'vebeen cooking. haha... over here I've just gotten so lazy with the cooking and so bored with my own. Hv not tried this particular dish before.

Catheryn @ Pink Bibs said...

Yeah Germaine, leeks and siew yok makes very good buddy. Thank God all of us adores leek, specially when cooked with pork :)

Hi Martha, I cook almost every weekday (I hope my family dont get bored with my boring lazy dishes). Do try out this dish (if your family takes leeks well), it is quite some dish!

I'm a full-time mummy said...

Wah looks nice! I'd go for the beancurd anytime! :)

Catheryn @ Pink Bibs said...

Same here Jenny! Beancurd rocks!