What dish do you expect to eat today? In winter, many people try to find suitable dishes for eating with their beloved family. And for me, one of them is Braised Pork Chop with Sweet and Sour Recipe (Sườn Sốt Chua Ngọt). It is more delicious when you enjoy with boiled rice and hot soup. This dish comes from many stunning Vietnamese Pork Recipes. That is why I bet your family, especially your kids will fall in love with it.
Braised Pork Chop with Sweet and Sour Sauce (Sườn Sốt Chua Ngọt)
So, are you ready to make some noice before say hello to New Year 2013? If you want to cook one of amazing Vietnamese Pork Recipes like this dish, please follow our instruction below right now.
500gr pork chop
1 teaspoon tamarind sauce
Spices, sugar, pepper
Purple onion, garlic
1 tomato, cleaned and sliced into small cubes
1 teaspoon tapioca starch.
Step 1: Clean pork chop with water added a little salt in 2 – 3 times. Next, marinate with salt, pepper, minced garlic and wait about 15 – 20 minutes.
Step 2: Mince more garlic and purple onion and bring them to fry with hot oil until they are fragrant. Scoop away fried garlic and purple. Here is the important step to create the flavor for one of delicious Vietnamese Pork Recipes. Because you will use this oil to fry pork chop, fried garlic and purple onion will be burnt if we continue to fry them. Then, add pork chop into pan and fry until they turn brown yellow.
Step 3: Use another pan, add oil and wait to hot. Next, add sliced tomato into pan and fry until soft. Then, add more tamarind sauce + spices: salt, sugar, pepper to suit your flavor. Continue pour fried pork chop (in step 2) and fry quickly to absorb all spices. Mix tapioca starch with ½ tablespoon water and pour into pan. Cook until the sauce is thick, turn off the heat.
Finally, you finished one of amazing Vietnamese Pork Recipes and ready to serve for your beloved family. Eating with boiled rice and hot soup always is a good choice in Vietnamese family meal. If your daily meals are boring, i think here a good decision. Hope you love this dish. Good Luck for your Cooking and Happy Holidays.