Nice Asian style marinated pork belly cooked to crispy perfection.
Best served with good fried rice or noodles.
Prep Time 30 minutesmins
Cook Time 20 minutesmins
Total Time 50 minutesmins
2tbsp.ketjap manissweet soy sauce
1bottle of dark beer
1cloveof garlicfinely chopped
1tsp.dried and grounded corianderketoembar
1tsp.Grounded cumin seedsDjintan
Salt n peppa
Pour soy sauce and two sips of beer in a flat oven tray and stir briefly(keep the rest of the beer, you will need it later) Rub sambal and turmeric on the pork belly and give them a spicy masage. Add some salt n peppa to the pork belly and put them in the soy/beer marinade. Let the pork rest for at least 30 minutes ( if you have the time let the meat marinade overnight. That’s da bomb!). Finish the beer you kept while waiting.
Put some oil in a frying pan and cook the pork belly Brown and crisp in about 15 minutes. Flip the bellies frequently while cooking for best results. When the belly is nice an crisp get them out of the pan and set aside.
Toss chopped onion and garlic in the same pan and stir briefly. Then add the grounded coriander and cumin seed and let it simmer for a couple of minutes.
When the onion is glaze toss the pork belly back in the pan and give them a swirl through the spicy mix. Add coconutmilk and let simmer on low heat for 3 to 4 minutes. Keep stirring to prevent the coconutmilk from splitting.
Serve with your favorite fried rice dish and you’re in for a crunchy and tasty meal.