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|Calories1730Calories from Fat1320|
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|Calories from Fat1320|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ian Burnett a month ago
Very sweet but very nice. I cooked the pork in the slowcooker for 7 hours instead but it gave the same results. I made the glaze at the same time I pit thr meat in the slow cooker and just left it all until the evening. All i had to do when we wanted dinner was take thr pork out of the slowcooker, fry the meat a bit and and put on the glaze for 5mins while in the pan. While the glaze was on I did micro rice. Easy no fuss in the evening I like! It might be too sweet for some so I'd suggest maybe turning this into something like duck pancakes with cucumber and spring onions. 🤔 Or steamed buns.
Richard Warwick a month ago
very tasty way of cooking belly pork, really simple to cook I found the addition of a sprinkle of fresh toasted sesame seeds just liift it , beautiful with brown basmati
Jen a month ago
Turned out brilliant whole family loved it! I left out lemon grass though as we don’t like that!
Joanne Molloy 2 months ago
Love this. Made for me and hubby and making again for friends when they come.
Birtalan 5 months ago
Too sweet but amazing nonetheless
Виктория Иванова 7 months ago
It was pretty good. Had some difficulties with the souse and I didn't use it in the end and it was still pretty good.
Mandi S. 9 months ago
the best pork belly recipe ever!
Diaz 9 months ago
Skipped the spicy, since we wanted something sweet. It turned out really good. I had to change pork belly for loin, since belly was nowhere to be found in my area. That made it a little dry. I would stick to belly if you can find it.
Lewis Jones 9 months ago
tastes lovely. sauce spits when cooking, ended up with a few small burns
Kamau Asad 10 months ago
Turned out great! Sweet and spicy with crunchy bite.
virginie commins a year ago
Very nice in taste but just a tiny dry?? Don’t know why?
Adrian C. a year ago
good, but seems like the sauce is missing a little bite
Theresa Singleton a year ago
was a hit. no modifications
George a year ago
Beautiful every time, add ramen noodles to the broth after and you’re in for a real treat.
Kevin Ayers a year ago
I didn’t have rice wine, but this turned out fabulous. Succulent, juicy, sticky, sweet.
Marie Cruse a year ago
Sooo tasty. I didn’t have some of the ingredients but it still tasted unreal.
Davidson a year ago
Devine! I slow cooked for two hours first.
LogisticMart a year ago
Delicious!! Easy to make it.
Leigh Swanepoel a year ago
Delicious!! Easy to make. I made the pork in the pressure cooker and it was simple and delicious.
Celia a year ago
Made it for hubby and I last night. Was delicious and will definitely be making again for whole family.
Mark Wiltsher a year ago
Very good and the left over broth was great for noodle soup
Ashleigh Lockwood a year ago
I have made this dish so many times missing out an ingredient that I couldn't get my hands on here or there. Made it this evening with everything included (might have gone to 2 supermarkets just to get it all 😂) and it was incredible, the best one i've made yet!
Stuart K. a year ago
Tasted amazing BUT it does not take 65 minutes!! You need to slow cook the pork first for 2 hours minimum!
Kendall Fraser a year ago
AMAZING. Everyone loved it
Theia a year ago
love it!!! it's so delicious! will definitely make this again!!!
Kaye a year ago
Great - loved by all the family
Michelle 2 years ago
Very tasty, had with boiled rice & veg 👍
Kate LeBon 2 years ago
It was much darker than in the picture, not golden at all. But it tasted gorgeous! Would have liked more sauce and I reccomend cooking the jasmine rice in beef stock.
Marie 2 years ago
Loved it, bit too salty. Definitely a feature of our next barbecue
Gerald Chappell 2 years ago
Very tasty. Would be interesting to mix this with a traditional crispy preparation.