Home make bak kwa 肉干 - By Fiona Lau

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Recipe credit to Hii Chai Fung
Homemade bak kwa (肉干)
Modified Ingredients by Fiona Lau
1 kg fresh minced pork
3 Tablespoons oyster sauce
4 Tablespoons soy sauce

1½ tbsp dark soy sauce
3 tbsp fish sauce   
raw sugar -180gm
Hua Diao wine -2 tablespoons
1 tsp red yeast powder - for coloring (can omit )
½ tbsp White or Black Pepper 
1/2 tbs five spice powder
2 - 3 tbs maltose / honey ( for glazing )

Directions:
1. Combine all ingredients above in a bowl and mix them evenly well combine. 

2. Set covered with the lids, and let sit in the fridge for at least 8 hours or overnight will be good

3. baking pan line with  Non Stick Cooking Liner, add the marinade pork covered with pieces plastic   film roll a thin layer with what you need or you can adjust your own technique .

4. Place marinade pork minced on baking sheet. Set oven at 200°C temperature, bake 25min each side, Pour away the excess water which will look like the one shown in the picture.,
 after brown, and tender and glaze with maltose / honey roast again  for another 15 minutes each side.

5. Pork Jerky is done ! Set aside to cool, shape using scissor, into slices and serve. You can also Sprinkle some white sesame make it taste and looks better!
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This is very presentable home-made rougan  肉干 for gifts to your love ones!

Enjoy and Happy baking with me Fiona Lau! Have a wonderful day! 2015

storage in the fridge can keep up to 14 days or more, and you can store it in the freezer can keep up to few months. Re-heat again, before serving..!

When you take out the pork jerky out from the fridge just re-heating in microwave for 30 seconds. For Freezer you can re-heating for about 1 to 2 minutes time.... Tadaaa

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