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Homemade Pork Jerky (Bak Kwa) In Sacramento

YES, MY SISTER REMEMBER THAT I DID PORK JERKY aka BAK KWA before Chinese New Year.... and she made me do some for her here, she just could not believe I could do that... LOL... And to prove that I "still" know how to do it without my mentor, we bought back a pound of minced meat.  With the pound of meat on the kitchen table, with my iPad opened to the recipe page here, the process began....
1 pound/453 gm of minced meat, 
100gm of brown sugar, 
1 tbsp light soy sauce, 
1 tbsp oyster sauce, 
2 tbsp honey,
1/4 tsp black sauce,
1/2 tsp fish sauce, (optional)
dash of five spice powder
salt to taste
dash of pepper
So busy I was that I forgot to take pictures until the meat was half baked.... 
In no time, the Pork Jerky are done!!
Admiring my own "masterpiece"
I could heave a sigh of relief.... now....
So...now they believe that Reanaclaire can really do this!
My brother-in-law likes them so much...
They were all consumed within a day...
And I was given a task... 
That I must do them again for a coming party!


Comments

  1. Wahhhhhhh!!!! You're such an expert now, eh? Do make some more when you get back to Ipoh...and send over to me to try, thank you so much! Hehehehehe!!!!!

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  2. The recipe sounds so very good, that I would eat them just barely cooked, not wait for the jerky!

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  3. Just looking at the pictures, I'm drooling. So I can imagine what a big hit they were! A big clap for u, Claire! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

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    1. Thank you Irene... Must learn to improve! hahaha...

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  4. When are you coming to Johor? Also make some more when you go Johor, no need to send over to Singapore as Johor and Singapore are neighbour, i can hop over to Johor, wink wink.... Haha...

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  5. Well done, Claire!! It must be good that they assign you the task to make again for the coming party. ^^

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    1. This time with beef.. I hope they turn out good if not better! hahahaa

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  6. Very good! You have proved that you can do it without your mentor. Now you can do it anytime, no longer need to pay so much for them during CNY.

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  7. Wah!!! Clap, clap, clap! You did it! Congratulations. They look very nice and delicious!

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  8. Soon you can start exporting liao.

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  9. Wow. Now you can sell during Chinese New Year. :)

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    1. No need wait CNY! Anytime also can! hahahaa..

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