Chinese Style Polish Pork Belly!

You can easily find Polish sausages in the supermarket, so use these for daily cooking, they're really tasty!

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 2 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Smoked pork belly 100g
Soy sauce 3 tbsp
White wine 3 tbsp
Ginger preserve 2 tbsp
Horseradish sauce as you like

Method

1
This is the Morliny pork belly I used. You can eat this as it is.
2
Cut the pork belly into 8 slices 2mm thick. Remove the hard skin.
3
Put the soy sauce, wine, and ginger preserve in a pan and bring to the boil.
4
Turn the heat off and leave for 1 minute. Add the sliced pork belly and mix well.
5
Keep on residual heat for 5 minutes before transferring to a serving dish. Enjoy with the horseradish sauce (mustard is also OK but horseradish works better).

Tips & Note

●Because the pork is already smoked and cooked, you can enjoy it as it is. It's a bit fatty however, so it's more delicious if heated but don't heat too much otherwise the fat will dissolve and ruin it.

Chinese Style Polish Pork Belly!

You can easily find Polish sausages in the supermarket, so use these for daily cooking, they're really tasty!

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 2

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Smoked pork belly 100g
Soy sauce 3 tbsp
White wine 3 tbsp
Ginger preserve 2 tbsp
Horseradish sauce as you like

Chinese Style Polish Pork Belly!

Recipe ID :880 Posted on 16 JUL 2015

Serves 2

Cook 10min
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You can easily find Polish sausages in the supermarket, so use these for daily cooking, they're really tasty!

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Ingredients

Method

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10min
1
This is the Morliny pork belly I used. You can eat this as it is.
2
Cut the pork belly into 8 slices 2mm thick. Remove the hard skin.
3
Put the soy sauce, wine, and ginger preserve in a pan and bring to the boil.
4
Turn the heat off and leave for 1 minute. Add the sliced pork belly and mix well.
5
Keep on residual heat for 5 minutes before transferring to a serving dish. Enjoy with the horseradish sauce (mustard is also OK but horseradish works better).

Tips & Note

●Because the pork is already smoked and cooked, you can enjoy it as it is. It's a bit fatty however, so it's more delicious if heated but don't heat too much otherwise the fat will dissolve and ruin it.

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