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Pork Belly Stewed In Soy Sauce Recipe

One of our family's favorite foods is Babi Kecap (pork with soy sauce), it is easy to cook and super delicious. The main taste is the sweet taste of soy sauce, pepper, and garlic. We eat the Babi Kecap with warm rice ... hmm ... yummy! Here is the recipe...
Pork belly stewed in soy sauce recipe
Ingredients:
500 grams of pork belly, cut 0.5 cm thick
5 grains of garlic, chopped
1 teaspoon of pepper powder
2 nutmeg, sliced
100 ml of sweet soy sauce
A pinch of salt
2 teaspoons of salty soy sauce
1 tablespoon of cooking oil
3 tablespoons of water
Methods:
Pork belly stewed in soy sauce recipe
Prepare the skillet, turn on the stove, add cooking oil to the skillet, add garlic, nutmeg, pepper powder, sweet soy sauce, salty soy sauce, and salt, stir well. Add water, stir well.

Pork belly stewed in soy sauce recipe

Reduce the heat to 90 C, add pork, cook until one side is half cooked, then turn the meat over to cook the other side. Do this over and over until the pork is completely cooked. When it’s done, lift from the pan and serve it with warm rice.

Pork belly stewed in soy sauce recipe

Tips:
1. If you like the taste of the spices, cooking on low heat for a long time will make the spices more pervasive on pork.
2. This dish can also be cooked by using the Sous Vide method. To find out about how to cook sous vide properly you can read here.
What is your family's favorite food? 

 

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0 #4 Ladonna Batiste 2018-10-01 17:59
Your Pork Belly Stewed In Soy Sauce dish looks so yummy and all that s missing is the rice. I will be trying the recipe and I can't wait to taste it.
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0 #3 Gemille Sleweon 2018-10-01 15:58
This is a very interesting recipe. I actually stopped eating pork 6 years ago and meat altogether last year, but I'm sure I can substitute cauliflower for the recipe.
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0 #2 Annreeba Joy 2018-10-01 04:33
Wow..It looks delicious! I will try it soon.
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0 #1 kumamonjeng 2018-09-29 14:39
I love pork belly stew and dint know that nutmeg can be added in. I am going to try this out and I think it goes well with rice.
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