Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Recipe: Pan-cooked Pork Barbecue

I know how hard it is to plan daily meals, especially if you have a husband like mine – super picky!

I am always thankful of the recipes that I find in the net. They keep me sane. So, in the spirit of giving back, I’d like to share with you a hit but very simple pork barbecue recipe from my MIL.

We normally do not measure the ingredients, we do it the tantya-tantya way. :) I’ll try to make the nearest estimate of the ingredients, feel free to make your own adjustments if it turns out too sweet or too salty for your taste. :)

-1/2 to ¾ kg Pork (can use porkchop, pork steak, pork ribs)
-4 tbsp soy sauce 
-2 tbsp oyster sauce
-6 cloves of garlic, minced
-2 tbsp sugar 
-juice of 4 calamansi
-cooking oil

Here’s how to cook it:
1.    Mix all ingredients in a bowl and marinade pork for at least 30mins.
2.    You can grill the pork, (keep it marinated for a longer time) basting it with the marinade as it cooks or the easier way, which we often do – put the pork together with the marinade in a heavy pan and let it simmer over medium heat until the sauce is reduced.
3.    Once the sauce is reduced, pour a little cooking oil and cook until the meat is tender. You may turn the meat over to cook it evenly.

That’s it! Perfect with a steaming white rice and sautéed veggies on the side. 
We used pork ribs here.

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