Sunday, 26 March 2006

Stir-fry Pork Liver With Rice Wine

Today is a lazy Sunday morning...... surprisingly my dear son wakes up around 8.30am.... which is an hour plus late than his usual timing. Since he is sleeping, I might as well continue peeling the skins off from the dried Walnuts to prepare his afternoon porridge. So this afternoon menu will be "Pork Mince, Walnuts and Mixed Vegetables Porridge" and "Stir-fry Pork Liver With Rice Wine"


I love to eat Pork Liver, especially stir-fry with ginger and sesame oil. Sometime I will also cook it with some rice vermicelli. This dish is especially good for woman to be taken during confinement or anytime after menstruation. It’s very easy to prepare and you need to cook it fast so that the pork liver will not be too tough to be consumed.

Ingredients:
$2 - $3 Of Pork Liver
2 – 3 Stalks Of Spring Onion
½ Brown Onion
3 Slices Of Ginger, shredded
Some Red Dates and Jizi
Seasonings:
½ Cup Rice Wine
2 Tablespoons Of Sesame Oil
1 Tablespoon Dark Soy Sauce
Salt To Taste
1 ½ Tablespoons Cornstarch Water

Methods:
1. Rub the pork liver with 1 to 2 Tablespoons of cornflour before washing it.
2. Sliced the pork liver thinly and set aside for later use.
3. Cut the spring Onion into 3 sections, then cut the brown onion into thick slices.
4. Soaked the red dates and jizi in warm water for about 5 minutes then set aside.
5. Preheat a pan or a claypot then add in the sesame oil, stir-fry the ginger and brown onion until fragrant then add in the red dates and jizi.
6. Continue to stir-fry for a few seconds then add in the pork liver and some spring onion sections.
7. Do a quick stir then add in the dark soy sauce and Rice Wine.
8. When the sauce starts to boil, stir in some cornstarch water then mix till slightly thicken.
9. Switch off the heat and add in the salt and extra spring onion and serve.

Notes: If you do not have rice wine, you can replace it with water.You can also used the same methods and ingredients to make Stir-fry Chicken With Rice Wine. For the above ingredients, you can cook around 3 drumsticks or 1/2 Chicken.Posted by Picasa

2 comments:

  1. Oh gosh! Ellena. You got me craving for pork liver. so yummy!

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  2. Hi Audrey thanks for dropping by :)

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