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16 Oct 2012

Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Stir-Fried Roast Pork With Leek

**Non-Halal**

The Actor...

Siew Yuk

The Supporting Actresses...

Leek and Carrot

The Drama...

Heat some oil in hot wok and stir in the sliced leeks. Fry till the edges slightly browned and add in sliced carrots. Stir in the roast pork (siew yuk). Pour in some water (not too much, depends how much sauce you would like in this dish) followed by oyster sauce, dark soy sauce and a wee bit of sugar to taste. Cover and simmer on low heat till the leeks are soften. You can thicken the sauce with some cornflour solution but I like to keep mine as it is. Dish up and serve with rice.

The Award Winning Movie...

Stir-Fried Siew Yuk With Leek


Note: This dish used to be a seasonal affair and mostly eaten during Chinese New Year but these days Chinese leeks can be found almost the whole year round. Something to rejoice indeed!


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14 comments:

worldwindows said...

I agree this is an award-winning dish. Sometimes I tried to coax the tai chow to cook this dish for me.

teckiee said...

ohhh i like to caramalize the pork before adding it to the leak.. crispy sweet stuff with the leak.. yumm

Tummythoz said...

Leek with prawns is good too.

Bangsar-bAbE said...

Looks delish!

I love leftover roast pork fried in black sauce with lots of garlic!

KY said...

delightfully sinful, best!

rokh said...

i tasted this first home cook by J's mum and love it! i'm glad leek is easily available now to go with my beloved pork haha

mimid3vils said...

my mom always cook this when there is leftover roasted pork ;P

UnkaLeong said...

mom cuts pieces of tofu up and lightly fries them and adds them to the dish. I heart leeks.

OkiHwn said...

I grew up eating leftover roast pork stir-fried with green onions and ham ha (shrimp paste). Delicious!

CUMI & CIKI said...

yumms! love it when the roast pork skin soaks up the sauce to become dark brown and chewy!

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babe_kl said...

worldwindow, need to coax one meh? :p

teckiee, if i'm not lazy i wud do the same too :D

yes yes tummythoz

;-) bangsar babe

KY, the more sinful, the better *thumbs up*

rachel, yea no need to wait another year before eating this dish :D

mimi, great way to treat leftovers ;-)

eeeekkk unka leong, i lups that too hmmm but never cook before. might just try that... leek + prawns + dry tofu

OkiHwn, ohh i never tried with harm ha cheung

c&c, pork is best huh? :p

thanks camelia

HandFullOfFlour said...

i donch belip it. I browse ur blog at 6 a.m. and still can get hungry coz of it... next time must make sure tum is veli full before browsing ur blog d

babe_kl said...

hand full of flour, of course lorrr haven't taken breakie yet right? :p come after lunch then :D