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Seasaltwithfood: How To Make Crispy Pork Lard And Oil

Crispy pork lard and oil are used regularly in Chinese Malaysian cooking. It's great with Hokkien fried noodles, Wonton noodles, stir-fry vegetables, etc.

A taste of memories -- Echo's Kitchen: The making of Crispy Pork Lard (Chu Yao Zha/猪油渣)

A taste of memories -- Echo's Kitchen: The making of Pork Lard & Crackling (Chu Yao Zha/猪油渣)

A taste of memories -- Echo's Kitchen: The making of Crispy Pork Lard (Chu Yao Zha/猪油渣)

I wanted to make the good old Stir Fried Hokkian Mee (Dai Lok Mee) for the longest of time.

The Informal Chef: Red Fermented Beancurd Spareribs 南乳排骨

Simple yet tasty. Crispy and fragrant. My type of comfort food. Here's another suggestion for your everyday meal. Guarantee to satisfy.

Eat Your Heart Out: Recipe: Crispy-skin Chinese Roast Duck 烤鸭

So far this year, I have had great success in the kitchen trying to cook/make something for the first time, including Chinese roast pork (s.

Crispy Deep Fried Shallots, Shallots Garlic Oil and Minced Garlic Shallots (油葱酥, 葱蒜香油,葱蒜蓉)

Crispy Deep Fried Shallots, Shallots Garlic Oil and Minced Garlic Shallots (油葱酥, 葱蒜香油,葱蒜蓉)

Deep Fried  Shallots, Shallots Garlic Oil and Minced Garlic Shallots (油葱酥, 葱蒜香油,葱蒜蓉)    #guaishushu #kenneth_goh #shallots

Knusprig frittierte Schalotten, Schalotten Knoblauchöl und gehackter Knoblauch Schalotten (油 葱 酥, 葱蒜 香油, 葱蒜 蓉)

Fried Lard & Lard Oil Recipe

Easy, one-ingredient recipe for Chinese-style deep-fried lard and lard oil, secret ingredient to flavour many Chinese hawker delights!

自製蔬菜粉 ~ 南瓜、紅蘿蔔、紫薯【天然色素】Homemade Vegetables Powder

自製蔬菜粉 ~ 南瓜、紅蘿蔔、紫薯【天然色素】homemade vegetables powder

Natural pigments - homemade vegetable powder (Pumpkin, Carrots and Purple Sweet Potato) this is handy for making tinted lip balms

Chinese BBQ pork belly (char siu), your favorite Chinatown dish is super-easy to make at home with this no-fuss recipe! http://rasamalaysia.com

Char Siu

{ Hong Kong} Chinese BBQ pork belly (char siu), your favorite Chinatown dish is super-easy to make at home

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