Friday, November 25, 2011

Cooking Misadventure - Crispy Burnt Bak Hu (Pork Floss)

Just a short post, while waiting for my customer response before a meeting.......

This is what happened when I added to much sugar when cooking Bak Hu (Meat Floss, click here for Bak Hu recipe). Instead of using 4 tablespoons of sugar, I thought that 7 tablespoons for 1kg of lean pork would make the Bak Hu taste nicer. It was rather hard to fry the bak hu because it burnt easily and at the end the Bak Hu turned crispy because the sugar caramelized. Anyway, this bak hu has a new taste and is rather crispy! LOL!

Gotta run.....Cheers and Have a nice weekend!

16 comments:

アンゼエリン said...

Pete, you create a new Bak Hu flavor.

reanaclaire said...

I dont mind tasting the crispy meat floss.. looks good.. as long as not overburnt.. nice with porridge too!

Hayley said...

Bak hu, nice to eat on its own, or with bread!!

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Crispy? but did they taste nice?

Bananazஇ said...

New crispy bak hu should be nice.. What lah you!!! First you 'Bruised Hand' now burnt bakhu what's next? hahaha.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

New creation, hehe...

fufu said...

wow wanna try bak hu!! :)

[SK] said...

that's a good experiment, you now have a new flavor for the pork floss, haha.. but sounds nice with your description..

Small Kucing said...

i like crispy bak hu ah :)

Wilson@PlacesAndFoods.com said...

There is always trial and error. A few more times, you will succeed or maybe the next time.

I remember my days of over frying anchovies.

Wilson

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

I think crispy should be good too.

Christine said...

I think this is how new recipes get created, by accident! I love sweet.

wenn said...

I would still like the soft type.

Mummy Moon said...

Looks good and I dont mind trying these new taste of Bak Hu

yvonne said...

This looks like fried anchovies to me :p And I'm so tempted to taste it.

suituapui said...

Looks like some Chinese herbs

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