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Friday, February 27, 2015

Szechuan Pork Mince Recipe

This is based on recipes online and an interpretation by a local restaurants that I used to frequent. While there are other alternative recipes that possibly taste better, I find that this is the quickest and easiest version.  
- pork mince
- salt
- sugar
- pepper
- chilli bean paste
- rice wine
- soy sauce
- tofu (fried or fresh)
- soy sauce
- garlic (optional)
- ginger (optional)
- caramel (optional)
- green beans (optional)

Marinade pork mince in salt/sugar/pepper/rice wine/soy sauce. Fry off off mince in wok/pan. Add chilli bean taste. Add sugar, pepper, soy, caramel, etc... sauce to taste. Slice tofu, put into microwave for 30 seconds and drain liquid, and stir through sauce. Fry off green beans in the meantime and add into mixture if you want at this point. Water down sauce if it gets too thick.

Goes well with a asian chicken soup (use pre-made or make a quick one using carrots, celery, onion, chicken bones, water, pepper, salt, pepper, soy sauce, and fish sauce) and steamed white rice.

The following is what it looks like.
http://www.girlichef.com/2014/03/Szechuan-Green-Beans-with-Ground-Pork.html
http://www.cookinglight.com/food/in-season/green-bean-recipes/szechuan-green-beans-ground-pork

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