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Panfried Pork Fillet



This dish is as simple as A, B, C ..... just marinate the pork fillet with the seasoning, pan fry till cooked through and you're done.  Load it with some salad for extra fibre and dinner is ready!










Serve this with hot  rice or just sandwhich it between two slices of wholemeal bread, some salad and you'll have a very wholesome and satisfying meal.  Mmm ... the juicy and succulent meat, so yummy!

Ingredients
  • 400 gm pork fillet, sliced to about 1/4 inch thick
  • Salad and cucumber slices for garnishing
  • Oil for frying
Seasoning for fillet
  • 3 tsp sugar
  • 2 tsp Teriyaki sauce
  • 1/2  tsp each of light soya sauce, dark soya sauce and cornflour
  • freshly ground black pepper
 Preparation
  1. Wash, pat dry and tenderise the pork fillet with a meat  hammer.
  2. Marinate the meat with the above seasoning for an hour or more, mixing it occasionally.
  3. Heat up a non-stick frying pan with 1 Tbsp oil, add in the marinated meat and fry.
  4. Flip them from side to side and sprinkle in some water when the meat gets too dry.
  5. Fry till meat is cooked through, tender and a bit brown at the edges.
  6. Serve the panfried fillet on a bed of greens and garnish with a ring of cucumber slices.
  7. Serve with plain white rice or bread.

Comments

  1. Your blog is full of great recipes! If you ever want to make a cookbook, I would love to help!
    www.platteproductionspublishing.com
    Sally Ford

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  2. They look so tender and succulent!

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  3. Ah, I remember this! This is the first recipe my mom taught to make. But we normally flatened the meat to make it tender. Yours look pretty tempting too! Hmmm...mm.... yum....Miss this so much. Hope you're having a great day.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  4. The meat looks tender and delicious...I can't seem to get it right somehow everytime i tried cooking pork this way. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Hello, your this dish look yummy, happen to have the pork fillet at home shall try it this weekend, but can you share with me which brand terriyakki sauce you use

    Emily Koh

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  6. I made this similar pork fillet yesterday dinner too, my kids just love it. Simple and yummy!

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  7. Sally Ford
    Thanks, haven't thought about it at all!

    Thanks, Angie

    Kristy
    Yes, I do hammer the meat to make it tender. You have a great day too!

    Jeannie
    I used 'Mui yoke' or there's another 'Kar Mui yoke', those parts are very tender.

    Emily Koh
    I used Kikkoman teriyaki marinade. You can go to this post, I've got a picture of the marinade.
    http://cheah2009.blogspot.com/2010/06/pan-fried-teriyaki-chicken.html#more

    Sonia
    I agree, most kids love it! Mine too!

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  8. Yeah...I'm all for any super quick recipes. This is perfect for me. Beautiful presentation even though simple.

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  9. Oh that looks so good! I can imagine using it as a sandwich filling!

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  10. Thank you, Mary

    3 hungry tummies
    Frankly, I prefer it to go with bread.

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  11. The meat does look super tender. I can have it on its own.

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  12. Simple and yummy! I can just eat this with rice!

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  13. ur pork chop looks tender, mine always end up coarse & dry ;(

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  14. penny
    Ya, it's tender, depending of which part of pork you use.

    pigpigscorner
    Pairs well with rice and bread too!

    mimid3vils
    If you use the fillet, hammer to tenderise it, it won't be coarse.

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  15. Hi, I have just cook this dish, my girls love it...the only problem is the meat is tough. I have hammer the meat before seasoning. May I know which part of the pork do u use, how u tell the butcher which part you want. I just tell him i want to make pork chop, the part he gave me don't make good pork chop. spoil my dish.

    Emily Koh

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  16. Emily
    Normally they'll give you the 'yoke ngan'which by right is for pork chop, and has a better taste but tough. I asked for
    'mui yoke' or 'kar mui yoke' which is pork fillet and it's soft. Hope this helps!

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  17. Thanks..will cook this dish again.
    Emily :)

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  18. Hi,just check with u, if i can use the teriyaki sauce to season salmon. I wanted to pan fried salmon, using teriyaki sauce?
    Thanks!
    Emily Koh

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  19. Emily
    Yup, you can do that. Just marinate the salmon with some teriyaki sauce and set it aside for a while. Then pan fry it but not too long, otherwise the salmon becomes tough.

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  20. Thanks! I never cook Salmon before but my girl had been asking for it. Will cook and let u know.

    Emily

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