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Pork Patties with Mixed Peas.



I used to get this from the economy rice stall when I had to fetch my children back and forth from school and will occasionally  prepare this at home.  It's been quite a while since I've cooked this.....




Recipe for Pork Patties with Mixed Peas

    Ingredients

    • 250 gm minced pork
    • 6 shallots, chopped
    • Watties mixed peas
    • 1  tsp cornflour + 1.1/2 tsp water to thicken
    Seasoning for the minced pork
    • 1/2 tsp each of sugar, dark soya sauce, seasalt
    • 1 tsp each of oyster sauce, light soya sauce
    • 4 tsps of cornlfour
    • a dash of pepper and sesame oil
    Method
    1. Marinate the minced pork with the seasoning, cornflour and chopped shallots for about 2 hours or more.  Mix well.  
    2. Use hands to shape each into 1/2 inch thick and 2 inch round patties.
    3. Pan fry them in a non-stick pan, cook on each side till light golden and cooked through.  Transfer them onto a plate.
    4. Simmer 3/4 cup water, add in some salt and light soya sauce.  Fine tune to taste and add in the cornflour thickening.  Toss in the mixed peas.
    5. Pour the mixed peas sauce over the pork patties.
    6. Serve hot with rice.





     

Comments

  1. Looks so temtping! Makes me really hungry :)

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  2. This is very nice. I also havent had this for a long while. I borrow your recipe hor ... thanks for sharing.

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    1. Poste recipes are for sharing, Chris. Cook this and see what the family says.

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  3. Hi Cheah, this dish is my mum's favourite. She adds a little 5 spice powder with the sauce and sometimes with sweet sour sauce. Both ways they are always good. Maybe I can cook this at my MIL's place.

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  4. Cheah, I like the way you prepare your pork patties with sauces. Look so juicy and delicious!

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  5. i like to prepare this for my kids too. yummy....

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    1. When I posted this, my children remarked that they haven't had this for a long, long time!

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  6. I am HUNGRY too! These patties look really tasty, Cheah.

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  7. This reminds me of when my sons were younger too! I cook patties quite often for them:D Looks yummy!

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    1. Funny, most kids love this dish! Maybe they like the meat.

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  8. Cheah, I know I will love this dish!

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    1. Yes, this dish is quite popular with adults as well as children.

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  9. Delicious patties! Serve this at my dinner table and these would be gone in no time!

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    1. Ya, the kids will be the ones who'll wallop them first!

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  10. I love this kind of dish - simple yet absolutely delicious ! You can even use the patties as a filling if you're hankering for a hamburger :D Try adding some chopped cilantro ( if you like it ) and spring onion next time .

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    1. I'd like to add in spring onions and yes they can double up as filling for a burger.

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  11. Ya saw this type of dish in chap fun stall but so long did not buy rice from this type of stall, hehehe.. Thanks for remind this simpler but yet yummy dish.

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  12. Hi Cheah, wow.... I need some now with extra rice. :) It look really good...I'll finish the sauce too. LOL
    Thank for sharing the wonderful recipe.

    Best regards.

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  13. Hi Cheah,
    This looks like my kids type of dish.
    I must borrow your recipe and cook for them :D
    mui

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  14. Good to know about soya chaap. That's very new to me :) Online Food Order

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