Ways To Cook Pork

ways to cook pork
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Stir-Fry Pork Ribs with Oxyster Sauce and Black Bean Paste
Stir-Fry Pork Ribs with Oxyster Sauce and Black Bean Paste
I'll fill in the recipe later on. Have a good weekend ! OK, here it is :D 1) Marinate pork ribs in oxyster sauce, salt, white pepper and a slight dose of honey in a marinating bag. Add two slice of lemon ( for tenderizing ). Shake well and leave in fridge overnight. 2) In a wok, heat up some peanut oil with medium heat. When oil is hot, add few slice of ginger and allow ginger + oil to simmer in wok for a while. 3) Slice some shallot stems. Set aside. 4) Remove ribs from marinating bag and add to wok piece by piece. ( Note : Don't just dump the whole bag in or the cooking mix will turn too "watery" ). 5) Stir fry for 5 mins. Add shallow stems and stir fry for another 5 mins. 6) Add a table spoon of black bean paste and a spoon of sugar. Turn up heat to high and stir fry for another 5 mins. 7) Remove and serve. P/S : It's sometimes tricky to ensure pork meat is cooked sufficiently on the inside because that depends on the heat, the wok and the rib size. Too fast and meat is not cooked sufficiently. Too long and pork meat becomes tough due to over-cooking. One short cut that work very well for me is to not over-cook it but instead if meat is not sufficiently cooked inside, just to microwave for 2 mins. Actually the proper way is to grill it in an oven first and then stir fry but I'm lazy so microwave works fine for me! Happy Cooking!
Orange-Dijion-Adobo Glazed Pork
Orange-Dijion-Adobo Glazed Pork
Orange-Dijion-Adobo Glazed Pork pork loin little red potatoes baby carrot dollar store beef tenderizer salt pepper adobo parsley for marinade: about 3 tablespoons orange juice concentrate about 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar about 1 tablespoon coarse ground honey dijon mustard about 2 tablespoons lime juice pepper salt adobo 1. (optional) split the pork loin in half and slice into smaller sections for individual portions to save you the trouble of doing this later (or not). 2. rub dollar store beef tenderizer (or one of your choice!) into pork loin slices. 3. mix marinade (see ingredients above) and coat pork loin with it. let 'chill' in fridge for 10-30 minutes. 4. splice little red potatoes in any way of your choosing (mine are halved, then halved, then halved) and slice baby carrots similarly. spice with salt, pepper, adobo and parsley. 5. place pork loin into crock pot bottom and pour remaining marinade on top. 6. throw in veggies on top. 7. add some orange juice for 'simmering'. 8. cook appx. 3 hours on high in crockpot (be sure to check it, so you don't overcook because you think it's still pink, when in fact that is actually just the coloring of the meat tenderizer…) 9. enjoy!

ways to cook pork
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