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Pulled Pork In Chinese Spices

Pulled pork in Chinese spices

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Pulled Pork In Chinese Spices

Ingredients:

750grams.                      Boneless Pork shoulder with rinded skin
1tbs.                                 Light soya sauce

1tsp.                                 Dark soya sauce

2tbs.                                 Brown sugar

1tsp.                                 Salt

2tsp.                                 Ground black pepper

100gram.                         Chinese Spice mix*

1                                        Big Bramley apple cut in chunks

1                                        Big onion cut in chunks

1                                        Carrot cut in chunks

3.                                       Garlic cloves chopped

150ml.                              Water

1/2.                                   Chicken stock cube

Method

– Mix light ,dark soy sauce with sugar and garlic and rub the mixture on the pork. Then salt and ground black pepper. Leave it for 1 hour .
– Dry the pork skin with a kitchen towel. Then put the pork in a baking tray and then the oven at 220 Celsius for 20-25 minutes.

– Put the Chinese spices on a low heat pan and gently dry fry them for approx 10 minutes.

– Take the pork out and turn the oven down to 150 Celsius.All in the baking tray with the pork goes the spices, onion, carrot.

-Cover the baking tray with foil and put in back in the oven for 3 hours.

-After 3 hours, put Bramley apple in the baking tin, then back in the oven without the foil for 1 more hour.

– Take this pulled pork in Chinese Spices out of baking tin. Use the sif to strain the spices and vegetable away but use the gravy.

– Pour the gravy in the pan on hot stove,add half of chicken stock cube and 1 teaspoon of ground black pepper.Stir the gravy well.

Tips:

There are two ways to serve Pulled Pork In Chinese Spices

1) My daughter loves it in Brioche bun, watercress and rocket salad .

2) I like to eat mine with aromatic Thai jasmine rice, Pak Choi and Sauerkraut

and top with silky gravy.

*My Chinese spice mix consists of 2 cinnamon sticks, 2 star anise , 1/2 teaspoon of fennel seed, cloves, dry ginger, cardamom and licorice. If you can’t find these , try 3 tablespoon of five spice powder which will do the trick also*

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