Friday, August 27, 2010

How to Cook Deep Fried Crispy Pig Intestine – Recipe

My crispy fried intestine was little burnt but taste yummy!
It is very easy to cook crispy pig intestine. The only hard part is actually, cleaning the intestine. It is a little tricky to turn the intestine inside out but you should get the hang of it after cleaning 2 to 3 pieces. Deep fried crispy pork intestine is eaten with soft porridge and it is one of my favourite foods! Some hawker serves this with kueh teow soup. There used to be a hawker in Paramount, PJ who sells kueh teow soup with crispy pork intestine but I am not sure whether she is still around or not because I have not been back to this restaurant for quite a long time.

Ingredients
Pork Intestine, cut into 1” length
Salt to taste
Vegetable oil for deep frying

Heat up wok and put in the oil. Put in the pork intestine and turn the heat to low. Pork intestine tends to explode when they are deep fried. So, it is advisable to cover the wok with a lid. Fry until the intestine turned golden brown. Remove the intestine from the wok and drain away excess oil. Sprinkle some salt on the crispy intestine and mix well. The Crispy pork intestine taste good with plain porridge, chicken porridge or pork porridge.

13 comments:

Christine said...

interesting, never had these deep fried.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like this, but do not know how to cook and also a lot of work...

ladyviral said...

there was those that is made into sauce... i want to try those T.T

Caroline Ng May Ling said...

mwahaha i love pork intestine! :p

wenn said...

i used to take that but not anymore..

hellowaikitt.blogspot.com said...

I should try this next time. Usually i only deep fried the "G Yao"pork oil.

tuti said...

i heard about this dish. yum!

suituapui said...

Nice kah? Never tried before. Never buy the intestines either... Will eat outside sometimes in clear soup of kuih chap.

wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more said...

Whenever I eat "Chu Chap Chook", I always ask the fella to omit this.
I don't know why I don't like this.

But I salute you la, such effort.
I know the worst part is in the cleaning of the intestine.

fufu said...

yeeeeeeeeee but i would like to try! :p

Ayie said...

my grandma makes a very good recipe of this and used to love it as a kid...now avoiding those foods coz not too healthy

Anonymous said...

They are delicious deep fried. The porridge hawker adds them to his "chee chap chook" and it's delicious and crispy. But I think he may have braised them in soy sauce and sugar first.

Anonymous said...

easy boil til fork tender then fry cleaning is optional unless u like that depth in flavor if not a hose should do the trick some salsa n lime with a tortilla is my fav way to eat

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