Bak kwa recipe

Learn how to make mouthwatering Bak Kwa at home with this easy recipe. Impress your family and friends with this homemade delicacy that is perfect for any occasion.
Pork Jerky, Asian Cooking, Chinese Cooking, Taiwan Food, Pork Dishes, Chinese Food, Meat Dishes, Jerky Recipes, Pork Belly Jerky

The Best Homemade Pork Jerky aka Bak Kwa 自制猪肉干 - This is a tried & tested recipe to make pork jerky at home in your own oven. Many readers have tried and succeeded. Taste and texture is closed to store bought pork jerky. These are more hygienic and healthy with no preservative added.

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Piotr Romaniuk
Essen, Pork Recipes, Asian Pork, Chinese Cooking, Pork Dishes, Chicken Jerky, Bak Kwa Recipe, Pork Jerky, Asian Cooking

Pork jerky or Bakkwa (肉乾)is popular in Singapore and Malaysia where it is usually eaten during Chinese New Year. Last year I made a batch of Bakkwa using very lean meat and it turn out to be very dry and hard.(I thought I didn't want to take too much animal fat! Controlling cholesterol level hehe)). This time I used meat with some fat and it turn out nice. So forget about that cholesterol level for a while.... and enjoy eating first! BAKKWA Ingredients 1 kg ground meat(with some fat) 200 g…

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R Cheng
Pork, Pork Recipes, China, Pork Jerky, Pork Ham, Jerky Recipes, Pork Dishes, Barbecue Pork, Asian Pork

I have promised my colleague S that I would post the recipe for my homemade bak kwa for a long time but I never got a round to do it. Since I have a little bit of time tonight, I decided to write about it first among all the other things I want to blog about. Ever since I was a kid I had always been wondering how pork jerky is made. Pork jerky is pretty expensive if you buy them in a store so I was under the impression that the process of making it must be very complicated. It was until I…

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Geli Porter
Bak kwa Jerky Recipe @ Not Quite Nigella Asian Desserts, Recipes, Kochen, Jerky Recipes, Chinese Snacks, Asian Cooking, Jerkey Recipes, Smoked Food Recipes, Cant Stop Eating

Once you try Asian jerky or bak kwa you may never want regular jerky again. This pork based jerky (although you can also use beef) has seasoned meat and a caramelised honey top. Usually it is quite expensive when you buy it but you can make a version for much less at home. Not only that but it is straightforward to make!

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Mary Sangster