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Happy Call Recipe: Colourful Narcissus Stewed Pork

cooking happy call pan narcissus stewed pork
Many people commented that the Narcissus Stewed Pork Leg is a very unhealthy dish because it’s very fatty. Yet, most find it hard to resist as it’s so tasty. But what if you add lots of vegetables to the dish?

delicious happy call pan narcissus stewed pork recipe
Recipe Spotted @ Tasting Spot,
together with my Trio Chilli Selar

tasty happy call pan narcissus stewed pork recipe
Also Spotted @ Kitchen Artistry!

delicious narcissus stewed pork potato recipe
I’ve cut Potatoes, Carrots & Radish into cubes & added them to the Pork Leg. Simmering the vegetables together with the meat & sauce makes it a flavourful dish, that’s good enough for a plate of fragrant rice or just plain porridge. This recipe is also cooked with my newly acquired Happy Call Ocher Pan. Non-HCP user can also use this recipe.

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(Serves 5)
Ingredients:
1 can of Pork Leg with Mushrooms
1 can of Stewed Pork (small)
½ Radish
3 Carrots
3 Potatoes
150ml Chicken broth

Method:
  1. Remove bones from canned meat. Shred meat using hand to feel for small bones in the can of pork leg. Cut skin into stripes & set aside.
  2. cooking narcissus stewed pork with hcp
  3. Remove skin from vegetables. Wash & cut into cubes.
  4. cooking stewed vegetables with hcp
  5. Add radish & broth to pan, cover & simmer for about 3-4 mins. Throw in the rest of the vegetables & ½ can of sauce. Close & simmer for another 5 mins. Use a toothpick to test if vegetables are soft enough. Adjust timiing according to your preference.
  6. stewed vegetables with happy call pan
  7. Add pork & remaining sauce into pan. Mix well. Close & cook for another 1-2 mins. Serve hot!
  8. happy call pan appetizing stewed pork recipe
Click on the highlighted links to check out the two other dishes (Trio Chilli Selar & Fluffy Minced Pork Omelette) that I've cooked using the HCP.

cooking with happy call pan

48 comments:

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    1. Nikel, glad my cooking brought u here :)

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    1. Kathy, seems more & more people r buying :)

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  3. Wow, the happy call pan is sure convenience right sis?? hehehe.. I wonder how much will that things cost here, but, I'll try to have one.. ^_^.v..

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    1. Aki, prices came down quite a bit now. I'm sure u can get a good price for it. Makes great gift for your parents too :)

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  4. I never thought the happy pan could be quite big cause I though it was very small. Hehehe.. Reading your post at this hour is a big mistake. I hungry liao after seeing all the photo only. =P

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    1. Diane, not small at all. Can put lots of stuff inside. Hahaha! Happy that my food makes u salivate!

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  5. Pork leg is a very fatty cut of meat. However, turning it into a one dush meal with lots of veggies is a great way to round it out. Oh and there is that handy pan again-no doubt that will be helping you out in the kitchen for years to come. Enjoy the weekend!

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    1. Tina, the fats from the pork always add punch to a dish & adding veg makes it such a delectable dish. U have a wonderful weekend too, my dear!

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  6. I have not tried the canned pork before but we can find the same over here. After seeing your recipe, I will grab a can and try out for its pretty simple and that pan made it all the more easier to make it. Love the stew with some white rice to go with it.

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    1. Nava, I'm sure it's avail in M'sia too. This can pork's really delicious & I'm sure u'll like it :)

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  7. This seems like an awesome weekend recipe to try!

    Lynn
    CARMEN VOGUE

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  8. looks wonderful, Shirley. And the Happy Call seems like a handy pan to have, indeed ;-)

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    1. Tess, wonder if it's avail in the US. Great tool to have in the kitchen.

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  9. The colors and textures in your photos make it look so tempting.

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    1. Loveforfood, love the aroma of the pork :) Thks & enjoy your weekend, dear!

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  10. This is a great way to use HC pan. I liked your omelet before. Everything look so easy to make.

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    1. Balvinder, I'm happy that my omelette has caught your eye too. Heehee! Have a wonderful weekend, dear!

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  11. wow that's so easy, yet the food can be so delicious! :)

    Latest: Vegan Fruity Pizza

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    1. Fish, turn can food into mouth-watering dishes with just a twist :) Hahaha!

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  12. And why is it called Narcissus? Because its unhealthy? ha ha. Looks good!

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    1. Shirley, that's actually the popular brand of this can pork. Hahaha! Good to see u here, Shirl!

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  13. Every once in a while - you've got to indulge! This looks pretty darn tasty to me!

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    1. Ann, thks dear! We should forget about being sinful once in a while. Hahaha!

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  14. Shirley, looks like you came up with a great all-in-one meal for your one-pan-wonder! :)

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    1. Kim, such an easy dish to make. Great for beginners :)

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  15. Oh god, this is mouthwatering!!! Just looking at your picture, I can almost taste the brie melting into my mouth

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    1. Loveforfood, thks for coming back to this recipe again! U must've love it so much. Hope u'll get to try this brand of pork someday.

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  16. HCP, is amazing! It is probably one of the greatest invention for foodies

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    1. FoodieFC, so many more stuff I wanna try it out with...

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  17. ALWAYS looking forward to your recipes shirley! thanks for always sharinG!

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    1. Charles, hope to see u try out my recipes one of these days :)

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  18. This looks delicious Shirley!!! I agree the meat selected is somewhat higher in fat content but the addition of vegetables does make it better :)

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    1. Bessie, pork lovers will love this dish! It's addictive! Hahaha!

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  19. i cant eat pork, but i can use this recipe using other meats right ;) hehe..nice one! oh, it reminds me of stewed oxtail...yummy! ^^

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    1. Aemy, u can always substitute with beef or chicken etc & add your preferred seasonings; just as flavourful.

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  20. hi blackswan, I kind a smile when I read this post actually I just arrived from the grocery and I I both Narcissus Stewed Pork which my son requested, and I just don't know what recipe that I make for that particular stewed pork and blessing in disguised I click on your site and just can't believe my self that your featured post is about this. What I need is a Happy Call...=)

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    1. Raquel, I'm so glad to be of help! With this stewed pork, there's so much u can do, like Fried Bee Hoon etc. U don't need a HCP to make this dish, dear. Have fun!

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  21. Looks like a delicious and healthy meal. Well done!

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    1. Easyfoodsmith, it's delicious but I close my eye on the healthy part. Hahaha!

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  22. I love this stewed pork really, and I remember my parents use to fried those with beehun lol

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    1. Edmund, oh yes... it's best with bee hoon. I actually did a recipe on Pork Leg Bee Hoon last year for CNY dish. Everyone loves it!

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  23. I remember eating this canned pork as a kid. It was oily but quite tasty. Looks wonderful with all the vegetables! I have seen many of you using this HCP. Are you suppose to be able to flip it or something right? Interesting pan!

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    1. Biren, lots of people are using this pan now. U're right, u can flip the pan instead of the food, making cooking much easier.

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