Unctuous pork belly cooked in a pressure cooker with Asian flavours. Served with stir-fried cabbage. 🐖🥬🥢
Tonight, I’m cooking pork belly in the pressure cooker and stir-frying some cabbage.
Raw pork belly Ingredients
Pork belly Chinese five-spice powder Master stock Dry sherry Soy sauce Sesame oil Water
Pressure cooker pork belly and cabbage Stir-fry Cabbage
Shredded drumhead cabbage Minced garlic Minced ginger Finely chopped shallot Finely chopped spring onion (white portion) Julienned carrot Julienned daikon radish Monosodium glutamate (MSG) White peppercorns Black peppercorns Coriander seeds Peanut oil Sesame oil Soy sauce Dry sherry Cornflour Water Coriander Red chilli Spring onion
Pressure cooker pork belly and cabbage Stir-fry Instructions
Add the pork belly, Chinese five-spice powder, master stock, dry sherry, soy sauce, sesame oil, and water to the pressure cooker. Seal the lid and cook for 30 minutes. Remove the pork belly and slice with a sharp knife. Set aside what will not be eaten in this meal and refrigerate. Cabbage and final plating
Heat a wok Add in some peanut oil and sesame oil and swirl it around the cooking surface of the wok. Toss in the aromatic ingredients and cook until fragrant Add in the cabbage, carrot, and daikon radish and stir-dry As the cabbage wilts, add in the soy sauce and dry sherry Stir-fry and add some MSG to taste Toss in the pork belly strips Stir-fry the pork into the vegetables Pound the white and black peppercorns and the coriander seeds in a mortar with your thick heavy pestle. Pound them as hard as you can. Give them a good pounding. Season further with the pounded pepper and coriander seeds. If necessary, add a slurry of cornflour, soy sauce, and water to thicken the sauce. Turn off the heat and add the garnish vegetables Transfer everything to a bowl Give thanks to the Lord Eat with chopsticks and a spoon
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Pressure cooker pork belly and cabbage Stir-fry
Tonight I made sous vide salmon and stir-fry cabbage. Check out the recipe at Random Yummy.
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Sous vide salmon and stir-fry cabbage Ingredients
Salmon MSG Drumhead cabbage Garlic Ginger Shallot Spring onion Red chilli Coriander Broccoli Peanut oil Sesame oil Soy sauce White peppercorns Black peppercorns Coriander seeds Instructions
Season a salmon fillet with MSG. Seal the MSG seasoned salmon in a vacuum bag. Cook under vacuum (sous vide) at 50 °C for 30 minutes. When cooked, remove the salmon from the bag and flake it into big chunks. Shred the cabbage into thin shreds. Put the cabbage into a bowl. Pour boiling water over the cabbage and cook until soft. Drain the cabbage and place it into a bowl of ice water. Mince the shallot, garlic, and ginger. Slice the spring onion and red chilli. Dice the coriander root and stems and place them with the minced shallot, garlic, and ginger. Set aside the leaves and place them with the spring onions and chilli. Heat a wok. Add some peanut oil and sesame oil. Cook the aromatic ingredients until they are fragrant. Toss in the broccoli florets and stir-fry. Drain the cabbage. Toss in the flaked salmon and stir-fry. Squirt in some soy sauce and add the ground peppercorns and coriander seeds. Add in the cabbage and toss your wok. Turn off the heat and add the spring onions, chillies, and coriander leaves. Transfer everything to a bowl. Give thanks to the Lord. Eat with chopsticks and a spoon.
Sous vide salmon and stir-fry cabbage
I indulged in a tuck shop lunch today of hot chips. To balance that indulgence I went with a meal in my fast slow cooker. Pork belly with some sliced cabbage is quick easy and tasty.
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It worked perfectly. The crackling was fantastic and the porky muscle meat was tender, juicy, and succulent.
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A quick, simple, and delicious meal.
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