Super Easy Sticky Honey Pork 蜜汁排骨 The Perfect Chinese Recipe

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As you know, we almost rarely cook on weekdays because of work. Usually we just dabao (get takeout) from the coffeeshops near our place and one of our favourite choices of dinner is economy rice or more fondly referred to as Cai Png in Hokkien. In case you didn’t know what an Economy rice stall sells, think Panda Express– the stall pre-cooked a good variety of dishes and customers can select any of these dishes to go with white rice. This sticky honey pork dish was inspired by one of the cai png stalls Roland usually patrons. They cooked this dish so well that I had to get Roland to cook it at home too.

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Serves 6

1st – marinate the pork for at least 2 hours
600g of pork loin with bones
1.5 tablespoons of light soya sauce
1 tablespoon of Chinese white rice wine
1 tablespoon of oyster sauce
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
A generous dash of white pepper
3 tablespoons of cornflour

2nd: Deep fry pork twice (1st fry over medium heat & 2nd fry over high heat)

3rd: Putt the dish together
1/2 thumb size of ginger – julienne
4 cloves of garlic – chopped
1 cup of water
2 tablespoons of light soya sauce
2 tablespoons of honey
1 tablespoon of dark soya sauce
Add marinated pork

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Renata Andrijauskaite says:

I cooked for dinner this evening. Very tasty! Thank you for the recipe x

BeHappy FrLife says:

Can I check if I need to boil the pork first before marinating

Ana Liza says:

I don't Have Oyster sauce Can I Use Soy sauce?

Grace Bock says:

Roland Roland, I have not cooked fried chicken for a long long time but sweet honeyglazed fried chicken makes me want to cook this dish😂

Sin Vee says:

I made this today and it was nice. My mum enjoyed it too which is a big deal. She rarely compliments my cooking 😀😀

But I think to cut down the calories next time I would bake chicken n skip the flour too. The rest I would do the same.

Bad Kitty says:

Can i use pork shoulder butt?

Suzanne Kwong says:

Can I use an Air Fryer with same results?

Yuki Llama says:

I've just made and eaten this! It was amazing!!!! ❤

andrew crago says:

Wow looks good. My family will love this. Will definitely make it. tks for sharing.

Blond Dee says:

Omg I’m drooling lol, definitely going to make this. 👍

Gandalf2114 says:

Nice! Shouldn‘t it mean corn starch instead of corn flower?

Marie Ritchie says:

Man that's good

nanda yasmine Romanreigns WWE says:

I will cook this at evening …❤️❤️❤️
Must try

Gabe R says:

Tried this recipe, replacing the pork with chicken wing, it was the best wings I've ever had! thank you!

Mangetout says:

Hi Jamie, I am going to try this tomorrow night because it looks so good, is it okay to marinade the pork overnight? I cannot find chinese rice wine here in France so we are going to use gin and only one variety of soya sauce available here, I think it is dark soya sauce!

Robert Chapman says:

That worked really well. delicious. Thanks.

Snow Snow says:

Can we use pork chop instead of pork ribs for this recipe?

Megan Lane says:

We marinated the pork overnight and made this dish this evening, taste very good !

Lilian Hoh says:

Would u recommend corn flour or potato starch? I have tried corn flour to fry & find that the coating is a little dry and hard. Will potato starch be a better substitute? Btw, can this recipe be done with sliced pork belly instead? Otherwise the pork looks absolutely delicious. 👍

rosemary marsh says:

Sounds and looks yummy will have to give it a try.Thanks for sharing this with us.

Maria Rianti says:

Today need to try this…

S S says:

Do you use a standard measuring tablespoon (15ml) and teaspoon (5 ml) for your recipes?

The sauce was really salty, I think I’ll half the light and dark soy sauce next time.

And I didn’t know that cornflour = cornstarch, so unfortunately my pork was not as crispy as yours!

Will try again to perfect it!

Thanks as always!

Rubén Jerez says:

Love this pork! I made it today. Thanks!!

Otyza Vrgnia says:

I almost diEd due to so much cholesterols

JCW 125 says:

is there any other option aside from rice wine?

Judilyn Fitz says:

So delicious!! I made it last night, yummy food.

Beatriz De Javier says:

Cornflour or cornstarch

I'm ImpreSs says:

very delicious 😋 thanks for sharing!!!!

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