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Dong Bo Rou

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“Dong Bo Rou” is a very traditional Chinese dish originated from the Zhejiang province. It uses pork belly and requires a long cooking time. The technique is to slowly cook the pork belly over 2-3 hours in a pot of Chinese wine sauce. The result is delicious and makes it worth the wait.

Technique
Slow Cooked
Taste
Strong
Difficulty
Normal
Ingredients
Direction

(Makes 3-4 servings)

300g of pork belly

1/2 cane sugar

1/4 cup Chinese rose wine

1/4 cup Chinese wine “Wu Jia Pi”

3 tablespoons of dark soy sauce

2 tablespoons of soy sauce

Some water

Pork Belly, Seaweed (for wrapping the pork)

Chinese Wine Sauce Ingredients

    1. Cut the pork belly into 3-4 equal size squares. Bring a small pot of water to a boil. Add the pork belly to blanch for 3 minutes. Rinse under cold water. Tie with strings or seaweed like wrapping a gift.

    2. In a small bowl, combine the sauce ingredients. Mix well. Then combine all of the ingredients in a pot. The sauce should be just enough liquid to cover the pork belly. If it is not enough, add water. Bring to a boil on medium heat. Then reduce to low heat and simmer for 3 hours.

    3. When ready to serve, you can present with the strings / seaweed like little gift wraps or remove them ahead of time.

Technique
Slow Cooked
Taste
Strong
Difficulty
Normal

Ingredients

(Makes 3-4 servings)

300g of pork belly

1/2 cane sugar

1/4 cup Chinese rose wine

1/4 cup Chinese wine “Wu Jia Pi”

3 tablespoons of dark soy sauce

2 tablespoons of soy sauce

Some water

Pork Belly, Seaweed (for wrapping the pork)

Chinese Wine Sauce Ingredients

Direction

    1. Cut the pork belly into 3-4 equal size squares. Bring a small pot of water to a boil. Add the pork belly to blanch for 3 minutes. Rinse under cold water. Tie with strings or seaweed like wrapping a gift.

    2. In a small bowl, combine the sauce ingredients. Mix well. Then combine all of the ingredients in a pot. The sauce should be just enough liquid to cover the pork belly. If it is not enough, add water. Bring to a boil on medium heat. Then reduce to low heat and simmer for 3 hours.

    3. When ready to serve, you can present with the strings / seaweed like little gift wraps or remove them ahead of time.

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  • jenny li

    407 days ago on 2014/02/15

    gd

    • Laiping

      489 days ago on 2013/11/25

      good

      • ychau

        523 days ago on 2013/10/22

        yummy

        • applea

          683 days ago on 2013/05/15

          yummy

          • law

            694 days ago on 2013/05/04

            yummy

            • CHAN BOBO

              946 days ago on 2012/08/25

              nice

              • Ally lee

                946 days ago on 2012/08/25

                good

                • tisikkha

                  958 days ago on 2012/08/13

                  Okay Thanks, i will try it soon

                  • DayDayCook

                    958 days ago on 2012/08/13

                    Hi tisikkha, if you cannot find "Wu Jia Pi", you can try to replace with "Xiao Xing Jiu" - the basic Chinese cooking wine.

                    • tisikkha

                      958 days ago on 2012/08/13

                      its look so yummy, but i dont know how to get : Chinese rose wine and Chinese wine “Wu Jia Pi” at my Town. can i change it with another ingredients in case i cant find it?

                      • ching

                        983 days ago on 2012/07/19

                        yummy

                        • ching3

                          991 days ago on 2012/07/11

                          good

                          • jccb

                            992 days ago on 2012/07/10

                            請問咩係五加皮?

                            • cmf

                              992 days ago on 2012/07/10

                              好邪惡但又美味既食物

                              • AG

                                992 days ago on 2012/07/10

                                It's not complicated as I expected.

                                • cynthia

                                  994 days ago on 2012/07/08

                                  great

                                  • cynthia

                                    995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                    yummy

                                    • Verbena

                                      995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                      nice

                                      • beerupapa

                                        995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                        nice

                                        • yipbearbear

                                          995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                          Wow, but too fat!

                                          • ching3

                                            995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                            good

                                            • lanyling

                                              995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                              好多功夫"j"

                                              • DayDayCook

                                                995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                                Love it!

                                                • yee

                                                  995 days ago on 2012/07/07

                                                  good