Things you need, soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, Korean chili paste, corn syrup together with garlic, ginger and onion (which are not in the picture).
This is the Korean chili paste I used which can be bought from the Siam Store downtown.
Prepare the ingredients for marinate...
I usually marinate the pork for about 2 hours because I'm quite sensitive to the "porky" smell but if you're not as particular as me, you can just mix the ingredients together and get cooking straight away! First heat up the oil and put in the pork. I usually fry the pork till they are a little brown (not burnt ok!) and then....
......add in the onions and stir them around. And once the onions are soft...
.... then it's done! Easy right? ^.^
450g of very thinly sliced pork of any cut
Half of a large onion or 1 small one
3 tbsp of Korean chili paste
2 tbsp of Korean chili flakes (which I omit because we have 2 small kids who are not yet trained to eat spicy food)
1 tbsp of soy sauce
1 tbsp of sugar
2 cloves of finely minced garlic
1 tsp of fresh finely minced ginger or half a tsp of ginger powder
1 tbsp of sesame oil
1 tbsp toasted sesame seeds (which I also omit because the kids in our family get "freaked" out by white seedy stuff on anything they eat...)
1 tbsp corn syrup, optional
1 tbsp canola oil for stir frying
- In a small mixing bowl combine chili paste, chili flakes, soy sauce, sugar, garlic, ginger, sesame oil, sesame seeds, and corn syrup, mix well.
- In a large mixing bowl combine pork with the sauce, and mix well to coat all the pork slices with the sauce evenly.
- Drizzle 1 tbsp oil to the skillet and bring it over medium high heat. Place pork over the skillet and add the sliced onion on top. When they sizzle, start tossing everything to cook evenly all the way or until the pork is fully cooked and onions are soft, about 3 - 5 minutes.
- Serve hot with a bowl of rice.
Seems like this blog is turning into a food blog..... my crafting mode is totally turn off at the moment.... :(