Thursday, October 1, 2009

Stir fry Pork Belly with Special Sauce Recipe (Pai Kwat Wong Style -Simplified Version)

Pai Kwat Wong used to be a common dish in many Chinese restaurants but it has been quite some time I have not ordered it. I used thinly sliced pork belly in this recipe but it also works well for chicken. To make the dish tastier you will have to slice the pork belly meat very thin so that it can absorb the sauce and thinly sliced meat is tender. This is my simplified version of pork belly in Pai Kwat Wong sauce.

Ingredients
Pork belly meat, 600gms, sliced thinly
Tomato sauce, 3 table spoons
Black vinegar, 1 teaspoon
Chinese Rice Wine, 1 table spoon
Sugar, ½ teaspoon
Salt to taste
Onion, 1 pc, cut into four
Corn flour with water mixture to thicken the gravy

Heat up wok and put in some oil. Sautéed onions until it caramelized. Add in pork belly and fry until it is well cooked. Put in the tomato sauce, black vinegar, Chinese Rice Wine, sugar and salt. Add a little corn flour mixture to make the gravy stick to the meat.

15 comments:

~Elaine Tam~ said...

Hmmmm...yummmyyy~ Will try it very sooooooooooon....

BTW.... nice Food blog... :)

Feel free to drop by comment ok:)

ladyviral said...

Waaa pete early morning tempting us with nice food... it is not even lunch yet leh...

Looks yummy, pork belly... so we required the slightly fatter ones to make is nicer? or no particular ones only up to personal preferences?

Pete said...

Elaine : Hi, thks for dropping by my blog. Will do. Thks

Ladyviral : Pork belly with the fat would taste good but alternatively can use tender lean meat cut thinly...taste good also!

Christine said...

this sounds delicious, will have to try it sometime. Jamaicans use pork belly to make jerk pork...another good one.

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

This looks so yummy ! We love this dish too , in fact we love anything that contain fatty meat....LOL

~dolly~ said...

haha.. u cook one ar?
not bad leh..

smallkucing said...

no need to perap the pai kwat 1st meh? Well, your way looks much simple. Thanks a lot for tips. :)

mNhL said...

Oh..what a coincidence. I just had pai kwok wong yesterday for dinner. But not home cooked la...buy from shops. hehe..

Pete said...

Christine : I have seen jerky meat being sold when I was overseas, but never tried them.....now I regret didn't try! Maybe I will look for the recipe, LOL!

Housefly : I like fatty meat too but always ask my butcher to give me less fat part....not so guilty...he he he!

Dolly : Cin cai hentam....but end result not bad leh! ha haha

smallkucing : No need to perap if you cut the meat thinly....more tasty and tender this way!

mNhL : Ahhh, looks like there are many fans of Pai Kwot Wong....

wenn said...

i like pork belly soup with pepper..

suituapui said...

If you're interested, I've two hassle-free easy-to-cook recipes in my post today...

Erica said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog!!! You have a great blog here...I am coming back for sure.

Pete said...

Wenn : Woo, the soup is sweet!

STP : I have checked them out. Looks good and easy to prepare.

Erica : Thks for dropping here too. Have a nice weekend! Cheers!

Ayie said...

oh oh oh looks so yum yum!

Pete said...

Ayie : Nice, this one is a favorite dish among diners in Chinese Restaurants.

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