#FromMeToYou – Sio Bak

2 hours 30 minutes

easy

10 pax

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Sio Bak Recipe Below

 

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Ingredients

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4kg of pork belly
2tbsp of salt
4cubes of fermented red beancurd
2tbsp of 5 spice powder
2tbsp of coarse sea salt
2tbsp of ground white pepper
2tbsp rice wine
Rice vinegar (for brushing over skin)
Metal skewers (4-6 skewers)
Meat pricker (alternatively a fork would do)

Directions

1.

Wash & dry the pork belly.
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2.

Rub the sea salt onto skin evenly.
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3.

Mix the fermented red beancurd, 5 spice powder, sea salt and pepper and apply the mixture on the underside of the meat.
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4.

Poke the pork belly over it's skin (you can use a fork, we got ourselves a pricker).
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5.

Skew the meat with skewers to keep the belly flat while roasting.
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6.

After skewing, put meat into the oven at 200 degrees celsius.
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7.

Take out the meat after 2 hours, and brush the skin once again with white vinegar.
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8.

Place the meat back in the over and place it in the top layer at maximum heat until skin chars.
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9.

Take the meat out, and scrape the charred bits off the top.
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10.

Remove the metal skewers, and rest the meat for 30 minutes.
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11.

Enjoy cutting THICK CHUNKS of delicious pork belly to savour!
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