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Panfried Lemon Grass Pork Fillet ~ 香茅煎猪肉片




This is another delicious yet super easy dish to prepare.  Not only does this dish goes well with rice, you can use this pork fillet as a sandwich filling as well.  I made my sandwich with these and enjoyed it tremendously.





Recipe for Panfried Lemon Grass Pork Fillet  ~   香茅煎猪肉片

Ingredients

  • 350 gm pork fillet
  • 4 calamansi
Marinade
  • 6 pips of garlic, minced
  • 2 Birdeye chillies, chopped
  • 2 Tbsp fish sauce
  • 1 Tbsp light soya sauce
  • 3 tsp brown sugar
  • 1/4 tsp dark soya sauce
  • 3 stalks lemon grass, crushed and chopped
Method
  1. Mix all the ingredients for the marinade.
  2. Rub the marinade evenly on the meat, set aside for a few hours, preferably overnight.
  3. Heat oil, pan-fry on both sides till golden brown.
  4. Remove and arrange on serving plate.  Drizzle on the calamansi juice before serving.






Comments

  1. The pork slices look so tender and succulent. I love the marinade.

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    1. Yes, the marinade makes the meat very fragrant!

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  2. I'm drooling over these tangy savoury yummy pork fillet ^-^!

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  3. Hahaha!, simply beautiful and easy to prepare. I like.

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    1. Yes, less cleaning in the kitchen after cooking!

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