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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Stir fried Roast Pork with Garlic 蒜香烧肉

Today I am going to have 3 posts, one savoury dish, one sweet cookies and final round up & giveaway results of CNY delights event, what a busy day!
At first, i thought to delay this post and post it after the event..But yesterday i saw Angel also cooked the similar dish (she used raw belly pork), and i decided to share this super simple dish using leftover roast pork and i would like this dish to include in the round up.
Now my homemade crispy roast pork 脆皮烧肉 is very famous among my family and friends, hehehe..My SIL (my husband's elder sister) who left few teeth also waiting for me to bring my roast pork when we visit her on the CNY day ^_^

Just with two ingredients and two seasonings, still resulted a fragrant aroma dish !!
Best to enjoy it with porridge , rice or maybe just eat it with a glass of beer or wine..
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I use the roast pork that i made for Pai Tin Kong to cook this dish !!


Stir fried Roast Pork with Garlic 蒜香烧肉
(recipe source: by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

580g roast pork, sliced ( i use homemade roast pork)
4tbsp chopped garlic
IMG_8120 copy2tbsp light soy sauce or dark soy sauce (your choice)
1tbsp sugar

1. Heat 3tbsp cooking oil in a wok, sauté garlic till aroma.
2. Add in roast pork, season with soy sauce and sugar, stir fry till roast pork lightly brown.
3. Dish out and enjoy !!


Mel said...

It just make me droooooool looking at the pictures here! I guess no one would say NO to siew yoke, right? Your siew yoke is so much better than those shops selling!

Ling yuen chin said...

哗! 好好吃,我喜欢多多garlic的。打包,打包,配面包吃!!

Aunty Young(安迪漾) said...


Somewhere in Singapore said...

Yummy yummy

PH said...

Aiyo, banyak sedap! But my house sure got no leftover siew yoke. I must buy specially to try this dish :)

Caca said...

some add black sauce to it.

Artsylicious said...

Sonia, I made your 'sio-bak' too during CNY, it was very crispy and nice! thanks for another great recipe!

Ana Regalado said...

Sonia , your homemade sui yuk looks way better than the ones they're selling here ! It makes my mouth water :D No wonder your family loves it ;D They look drool-worthy !

Saraswathy Balakrishnan said...

drool-worthy dish..making me hungry now!!

kimmy said...

Hi Sonia, true simple enough. I'll try next time but my main problem is I hardly have any leftover homemade roast pork. Must make a point to keep some.

Sally said...


Jessie-CookingMoments said...

I don't need beer, I just want to grab this plate of pork belly, hahaha!

divya said...

Woww.. looks super yummy and perfect.. nice clicks too :)

Angel @ Cook.Bake.Love said...

Sonia, love this yummy dish. My mum also cooks this way but she use dark soya sauce so the pork is black colour haha.

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