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Orange Blossoms Shredded Pork With Capsicums (花开富贵肉丝)

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Capsicums are beautifully coloured fruits that come in red, green & yellow colours. In Britain, they’re called Chilli Peppers; in US & Canada, they’re known as Bell Peppers; in Australia & Asia, people call them Capsicum; & in some countries, Paprika.

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Capsicums, Bell Peppers or Chilli Peppers are just some names of a genus of tropical pepper plants that can grow in a wide variety of shapes & sizes, which can be eaten raw or cooked.

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During a recent trip to Japan, I savoured a tasty dish at the Tokyo Grand China. The idea of replicating this popped up during my planning for my CNY Reunion Dinner this year.

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As I could only find Red & Green Peppers, I used Oranges to replace the Yellow Peppers. These oranges not only help to enhance the colours in the dish, but also add some new year cheer to my menu. Don’t you think these oranges did a wonderful job to my plating?
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Recipe Featured @ FoodWhirl together with my
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Ingredients:
500g Lean Pork
¼ Red Capsicum
¼ Green Capsicum
2 Oranges (optional)
½ tsp minced Ginger
2 tsp minced Garlic
1 tsp Soya Sauce
1 tsp Sesame Oil
1 tbsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Chinese cooking wine

Marinade for Pork:
½ tsp Oyster sauce
½ tsp Corn flour
Dash of Pepper
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Method:
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  1. Rinse & shred pork.
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  3. Marinate for at least 30 mins.
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  5. Clean capsicums & shred.
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  7. Wash oranges & slice them up. Arrange them neatly on a serving plate.
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  9. Heat oil & sautéed garlic. Add pork & ginger, & mix well.
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  11. When pork is almost cooked, add in capsicums & seasoning. Stir fry for another 1-2 mins & transfer to serving plate. * Do not overcook the pork or it'll turn tough. Enjoy this tender & flavourful Orange Blossoms Shredded Pork With Capsicums (花开富贵肉丝), that's so rich in vitamins!
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More capsicum recipes? How about these Wafu Spaghetti in Colourful Capsicum Cups?

44 comments:

  1. What a great recipe. I love bell peppers and can't wait to try this dish. Oh yes, I love your plating and presentation. The orange slices really add beautiful colors and make the dish pops out. ;)

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    1. Amy, thks so much for sharing your thoughts! My mom was so busy eating those orange slices with the pork. She loves it!

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  2. I love capsicum in salad, baking and stir-fry, and the best is stuffed capsicum with fish paste! They are not only enhance the flavours, it also make the dish so colourful!

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    1. Veronica, oh yes! Stuff with fish paste to make yong tau fu. Love it!

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    1. Kathy, it's not diffiult. I'm sure u can handle this :)

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  4. I like the name of "orange blossoms". Hey Shirley, I will be in Singapore mid March. Schedule is already pretty tight, but do you have one restaurant/ eatery that is your absolute favourite at the moment that you would say, "don't miss" when you're in town?

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    1. YL, that's great! Really hope u'll have a good time here. What kind of cusine r u looking at? Too many must-try restaurants here!

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  5. Mmmm... Looks beautiful and yummy delicious!

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  6. What a gorgeous dish, Shirley...I love how you plated it! Plus it must taste amazing~

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    1. Liz, the orange slices did wonder to the presentation. Hahaha!

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  7. Very nice plating indeed! And thanks for enlightening all the different ways of addressing capsicum, at least now when i looked into recipe with those names, i know what it is referring to.

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    1. DS, glad it found it informative! Thks, dear!

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  8. Such a pretty dish! I will certainly cook this but will cut down on the capsicum as its not one of my fave vegies...but yes I will eta a litle because its good for health:D

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    1. missyblurkit, I know capsicum is just like celery; it's an acquired taste....

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  9. Lovely dish and very prettily photographed, Shirley! Would love to try this with chicken.

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    1. Lin, chicken goes well with the veg too! Have a good week!

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  10. Beautiful healthy and delicious - ticks all three :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  11. Lovely dish Shirley, i love capsicum but not pork, would be great if its chicken :P

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    1. Ken, u can always replace it with any kind of meat :)

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  12. Capsicum cup? That's interesting. Shall intro this to my sis, I guess my niece will love it. haha Thanks!

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  13. Such a delicious and yes simple recipe! I will be doing this soon for a quick and easy dinner! Some rice and another vegetable stir fry or soup? Yum! Great presentation and colors!

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    1. Sharlynn, awesome! Love having u here with us & hope to see u more often!

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  14. Hi Shirley,
    The colours of this dish looks so attractive!!
    I love to try out this healthy and simple dish!
    I am your new follower now:)
    mui

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    1. Mui Mui, thks for following & it's good to have u back! Keep a look-out for my giveaways coming to u soon.....

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  15. Hi Shirley,

    I like your idea of presenting food in capsicum cups. The pasta looks very "handy" to eat from the capsicum cup or... bowls.

    Zoe

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    1. Zoe, they're perfect for entertaining!

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  16. Hi Shirley, nice plating. The slice oranges really enhance this dish, look inviting.
    The capsicum cup look pretty, you're very innovative.

    Have a nice week ahead.

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    1. Amelia, I'm very satisfied with this dish :)

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  17. Beautifully decorated dish Shirley! I love peppers!

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    1. Katerina, welcome to the pepper club! Hahaha!

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  18. wa, innovative! Its a waste you have not started an F&B biz

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    1. FC, it's already heart-warming enough to hear that! Thks so much for your kind words!

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    1. Antonis, thks for visiting & hope to see more of u!

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  20. Gosh.. im hungry again seeing the food photos

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    1. Pepper, do you cook? You may wanna try this out :)

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