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Home-made Saucy Oriental Burger

I first tried this dish at the popular Palm Beach restaurant and I’ve been trying to perfect it since. Bite into this tender pork bun reveals a sweet and sourly taste, which immediately wakes up your senses.

The sauce that packs a punch in this dish is the use of simple Chinese Black Vinegar. If you’ve time, why not try this Home-made Saucy Oriental “Burger”? I'm delighted that my Saucy Bun has been featured @ PtitChef as "Main Dish of the Day"! homemade oriental burger recipe featured at ptitchefI'm sure the entire family will love it, especially the kids. This pork bun is soft, tender and juicy. You can make them for pot-luck, tea-break or anytime you don’t feel like having rice or noodles.

Ingredients:
6 Pork fillets
6 Buns
2 tbsp Black vinegar
2 tsp Soya sauce
1 tsp Black sauce
½ tsp Sugar
1 tbsp Chinese wine
1 tsp Sesame oil
½ Chilli (chopped)
½ tsp Minced Garlic
½ tsp Corn flour
2 stalks of Spring onion (chopped)
Salt and pepper to taste

Method:
  1. Pound the pork to tenderize.how to tenderize your pork chop
  2. Marinate the pork with all the seasonings for an hour. Remove them from marinade and lightly coat with flour. Keep the *marinade to make sauce. how to prepare pork for chinese burger
  3. Heat oil and deep-fry pork to seal the juices. Remove them when ¾ cooked and place them on paper-hand towel to get rid of excessive oil. Set aside. tips for succulent pork to make chinese burgers
  4. Meanwhile, put the buns to steam till soft. chinese pork burger steam bun recipe
  5. Prepare wok to make sauce. Heat oil and sauté garlic till fragrant. Pour in *marinade and adjust the flavour according to your liking. Add more vinegar if you prefer a stronger, “sour” taste. Put in pork and toss well. succulent palm beach saucy oriental burger
Place a slice of fillet into each bun and enjoy your Saucy Oriental Burgers!

12 comments:

  1. Looks succulent and yummy. DX So simple!

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  2. I love those buns. We used to cook some whole pork belly but it takes a long time to make. This is a great alternative.

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  3. Oh man, this is super yummilicious lol! I used to make this kind of pork chop but not anymore coz my hubby & the kids don't take pork! Anyway, I used chicken instead. hehe...

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  4. Joyce, it's not difficult to make :)

    Divina Pe, I love those pork belly but this is so much easier.

    My Little Space, chicken's an alternative & this is simple to prepare.

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  5. looks delicious and sounds delicious...

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  6. Wow, very impressive! That looks great!

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  7. these look so simple and delicious. Great for parties. I suppose any meat also can do to go with the buns. I don't think I can find the buns here.

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  8. This is nice and succulent! I like these pork buns. used to get them at the chinese shop near my school. gosh.... im craving again!

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  9. Hi blackswan, we could be twins! I love all the same things and regret only that I didn't become a flight attendant. If you fell like a laugh about food, travel and friends, my blog www.acookonthefunnyside.com might do the trick!

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  10. Thks so much for all your wonderful comments! These pork buns really make your day :)

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  11. I'm back again! Where do you get the buns? Are they special Asian ones as you steamed them and I've never seen this done before?
    Thanks
    Crystal

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  12. Crystal, I supposed u can get them in Chinatown if d supermart doesn't sell these buns. It's easily avail in Singapore tho :)

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