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Stir-fry roast pork with leeks ~ 大蒜炒燒肉


This dish doesn't need much introduction and no recipe whatsoever.  A very homey dish that is popular when one goes to have plain white Teochew porridge for it does pair very well with it.  I stir-fried this with my leftover homemade roast pork belly and what did I serve with it?   Plain white porridge, of course :)






Recipe for Stir-fry roast pork with leeks  ~  燒肉

Ingredients

3 stalks of leek, about 300 gm, sliced diagonally
150 gm  roast pork belly, sliced
6 pips of garlic, chopped
Salt and light soya sauce to taste

Method

Saute the chopped garlic with some oil till fragrant
Add in the sliced pork belly, stir-fry
Add in the sliced leek, stir-fry
Fine tune to taste with some salt and 
a light drizzle of light soya sauce
Dish out 
Serve with hot rice



Comments

  1. A wonderfully delicious and homey stirfry, Cheah.
    ps. leek is 大葱/.大蒜

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    1. Thanks for the alert, Angie.... have edited the translation.

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  2. Hi Cheah,
    Oh yes, so delicious with a bowl of rice. It's one of the popular homecooked dishes that I used to have in my younger days. But I always "attack" the lean pork ... hee .. hee!

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    1. I used to attack the meat first too, but now have acquired the taste of leeks :)

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  3. I like this home cooked dish. Looks very delicious indeed.

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  4. Stir fry with roast pork belly! Looks yummy!

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  5. Hi Cheah,

    I like this. Very nice and home-welcoming dish.

    Zoe

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  6. Love stir fry!! This is making me so hungry... and I just ate lunch!!

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