Friday, February 24, 2017

Stir Fry Kailan With Roast Pork Belly





















  Homegrown Kailan!!!! I am amazed at myself when I managed to successfully grow some kailan in container .Was actually trying my hands at growing some organic stuff and it turned out great.  Successful with my first batch of homegrown planting :)  So proud , and of course, I stir fried them with roast pork belly.  So sweet and crunchy. Even Wild Boar is pleased with my lil' space of edibles.  Anyway, a simple stir fry and we both enjoyed the dish very much.  From now on, I will grow more edibles.  A joy indeed to be able to harvest one's hardwork :)






















 kailan can be cooked in many ways, I prefer this version of stir fry
and another delicious dish is to braise  with  yam






















 a little gravy under the stir fry of  kailan :)
 so as not to spoil my picture perfect :p






















 love the natural sweetness and the crunchy stem and leaves
 perfect for stir fry with pork belly :)























Stir Fry Kailan With Roast Pork
 ( serve 2 persons )

Ingredients

a small bunch of kailan -  soak, wash and cut into 1" inch length ,drain off excess water
3 cloves of garlic - chopped coarsely
2 slices of ginger
1/2 tbsp of rice bran oil
some roast pork belly

thickening - mix all ingredients till well combined
3-4 tbsp of water * more if you want more gravy
1/4 tsp of corn flour
1 tsp of chinese cooking wine

 salt and white pepper to taste

Method:

Heat oil in the wok till smoking, add in garlic and ginger slices and stir fry till fragrant. Add in the roast pork belly and continue to stir fry for a minute.  Add in the cut kailan and stir fry till cooked. Add in the thickening and salt and continue to stir fry till well combined. Before dishing up, add a dash of white pepper.  Serve hot with rice.

 Enjoy!

4 comments:

  1. Freshly harvest home grown greens taste so much better than store bought ones.

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  2. Mmm...so healthy, nutritious n delicious! Kailan is my favourite veg!

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    1. Yea, I love homegrown veggies :) so healthy!

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