Sunday, May 17, 2009

Pan fried minced meat

Went to MIL place for lunch on saturday... has this minced pork dish served with teochew porridge.

Apparently, this is hubby and his brother's favourite. I didnt know that...
Its so easy, I replicate it the next weekend at home.

The result?

Taste just like mummy's. I am a genius... haha

What do you need?
- half a packet of minced meat (from NTUC, 1 pkt cost ard $2.50 - $3)
- 3 shallots (sliced thinly)
- 1 handful of dried scrimps (soaked, diced)
- soya sauce, chinese wine, pepper, sesame seed oil
How to do it?
In a bowl, combine dried scrimps with sliced shallots, add 2 tbs of soya sauce, pepper, 1 tbs of sesame seed oil, 2 tbs of chinese wine. Mix well.
Pour mixture into minced meat. Mix well.
Marinate in the fridge for 20-30 mins.
Heat pan, place 1 tbs of minced garlic in oil, fry until garlic turns golden brown.
Add minced meat and fry until all the pinkish pork turns white. When stir frying, breakdown lumps of minced meat into small pieces.
While stir frying, you will see juices oozing out from the pork. At this time, add another tbs of soya sauce and stir fry until all juices are reduced.
When the pan is dry, add 2 tbs spoon of chinese wine and stir fry quickly.
Add a final dash of sesame seed oil and pepper.

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